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Measuring Fines Precipitation to Improve Solid/Liquid Separations

Poor filtration and bulk density are often related to the number of fine particles present in a system. Inline particle size and count measurements identify the exact moment and conditions when fine particle formation occurs. By pinpointing the source of the inconsistency, the root cause can be identified, and a smarter process may be developed with improved solid/ liquid separations. Continue reading

Best Practice For Inline Particle Size Characterization

 Chemists, engineers, and biologists are often challenged by processes involving particle or droplet systems. Solid or liquid dispersion, homogenization, agglomeration, or precipitation can create variability in product stability and manufacturing throughput. To develop and manufacture world class products at competitive costs, scientists and engineers use inline particle size measurements to optimize process conditions and consistently meet product quality specifications, at the bench or in manufacturing. Continue reading

PAT & Particle Size Analysis at IFPAC 2011

Three speakers from the 2010 In-Process Particle Forum will present at IFPAC [International Forum Process Analytical Technology] on January 21, 2011 in Baltimore, MD.  Steve Mehrman  of Johnson & Johnson and James Butz of Merck & Co. are scheduled to present during the Particle Characterization/Analysis-Ultrasound Spectroscopy Friday AM V session at IFPAC.  Kevin Macias of Bristol-Myers Squibb will present during the Control Strategies for Drug Product Development and Manufacturing Friday AM VII session. Continue reading