New Parsum probe - fit for purpose PAT for granulation particle size monitoring

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00:00:00 Welcome
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00:01:56 Spatial Filter VelocimetryChord Length and Velocity Distribution Analysis
00:02:06 PARSUM Probe
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00:04:49 Fluidized Bed ProcessingWurster Coating
00:05:43 Wurster-Coating Process
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00:12:19 Fluidized Bed ProcessingTop Spray Granulation
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00:15:02 Redo Audio
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00:16:06 Comparison of several batches (X50, Q3)
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00:17:36 High Shear Granulation
00:18:05 High Shear Granulation in pictures
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00:20:54 High Shear Granulation
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00:24:21 Methods used to evaluate granulate
00:24:59 New Parsum IPP80PAT for Pharmaceutical Granulation
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00:26:04 Integrated system components
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00:30:35 Questions?
00:32:19 Contact Information

Particle size distribution is one of the key parameters in pharmaceutical powder processing.

Granulation – a common method for improving powder flow properties and reducing segregation is often not easy to develop, scale-up and control.

  • Fluid Bed top spray granulation – monitor granule growth
  • Wurster Coating – measure coating thickness
  • High Shear granulation – track progress and end point

Getting timely information during these unit operations can be challenging. Erratically moving particles, varying temperatures, high moisture and sticky binders make in-situ particle size measurement…interesting!

The new Parsum IPP80 probe to be introduced in this webinar is specifically designed to meet these challenges and help Pharmaceutical Development Scientists and Process Engineers better understand process dynamics and granulate with confidence!