Machines for smaller throughputs for use in the laboratory, made completely of stainless steel. For the pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries.
|Adjustable roll gap||no||yes, during maintenance with fixed spacers||yes, electromechanicallyduring operation|
|Weights of rolls||Ø200, 50 mm width:approx. 25 – 27 kg||Ø200, 50 mm width:approx. 35 – 40 kg||Ø250, 50 mm width:14 kg|
|Flake Crusher||optional||optional||yes, integrated|
|Feeding||vertical screw||vertical screw||vertical &horizontal screw|
|Option-Isolator||flexible isolator||flexible or fix isolator||flexible or fix isolator|
With the Kompaktor type L active substance mixtures are processed into granules.
This process is known as compaction, dry granulation or just granulation.
Through a special roller arrangement it is possible for the Pharmapaktor L to be cleaned easily, coupled with high press force. Roller changes can happen in less than 5 minutes!
By concentrating on the essentials the Pharmapaktor L offers a particularly good price-performance ratio.
The Kompaktor K is mainly used for powder processing in the chemical industry. However, this Kompaktor is also used in the pharmaceutical industry. Here active ingredient mixtures are processed into granules.
For this the powder is first pressed into flakes/pellets. These are often crushed with a Flake Crusher or Screening Granulator into granulate.
The Kompaktor K offers a stable, parallel roller gap over the whole press force.
A one-sided excess compression is avoided because of this. Therefore this machine is particularly suited to pressure-sensitive products.
The Kompaktor K is equipped with a press force control as standard. The quality relevant press force can be continually logged and controlled. Therefore the process can be validated.
With the Pharmapaktor C active substance mixtures are processed into granulate. For this the powder is first pressed into flakes/pellets. Crushing to granulate takes place in one or two stages with integrated Flake Crusher.
The Pharmapaktor C 250 has gap and screw control. Gap control takes place electromechanically and therefore is particularly low-maintenance.
The rollers are easily accessible and can be disassembled at the front for cleaning.
For the R&D sector, as little as 50 g can be used to achieve reproducible results.