Tablet compression training

Tablet Compression Resource, a division of Natoli Engineering Company, Inc., has announced the launch of new training courses in 2017 at its Long Island facility.

These opportunities include a full-day tablet manufacturing seminar, as well as no-cost open houses for formulation troubleshooting, and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) creation and optimization.

During 2017, the Holbrook, New York, location of Tablet Compression Resource will hold three new opportunities for those who work in tablet manufacturing.

June 8th – Documentation Day

The one-day, no-cost open house invites participants to bring in current Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) for review, or receive instructions on creating new procedures.

Talk with industry experts Stephen Natoli and Rosario Palminteri to discuss the inspection, cleaning, maintenance, and handling of tablet compression tools and production tablet presses.

July 27th – Tablet Manufacturing & Troubleshooting Seminar

The full-day seminar includes hands-on learning experiences including basic tablet press set-up and operating a press.

Attendees learn how to identify and prevent tablet defects, inspect and maintain their tablet compression tooling, and identify and repair common tooling wear. Tooling Technicians, Tablet Press Operators, Tablet Press Maintenance Technicians, and more will benefit from the comprehensive seminar.

September 14th – Bring Your Blend

Run new or troublesome formulation on a Natoli NP-400 tablet press or the single-station Natoli NP-RD10. Receive instant feedback from on-site experts, along with suggestions for improving tabletability and other common tablet compression issues.

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Workshop on Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

L.B. Bohle is hosting a Workshop on Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: From powder to the coated tablet

The workshop takes place from September 19th-21st, 2017 and will be offering a practical and theoretical introduction to continuous processing of oral solid dosage forms. It will take place at the company's state-of-the-art modular continuous production line in Ennigerloh, Germany. Experience how its unique unit facilitates the continuous production of film-coated tablets via direct compression, dry or wet granulation.

Learn how to
·         start-up and shut-down a continuous manufacturing system
·         operate a continuous system in state-of-control
·         influence critical quality attributes of intermediates and the finished dosage form
·         visualise process- and PAT-data and how to use this information to control your process
Featuring speakers from academia, the pharmaceutical industry and equipment providers, who will share their expert knowledge in continuous manufacturing.

Each day will feature an interactive mixture of practical hands-on demonstrations of one dedicated continuous production route, each, and lectures from experts in this field.

Rates: €985 (excl. VAT).

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Lab Innovations 2017

Lab Innovations – the UK’s only dedicated showcase for laboratory technology, analytical and biotech equipment – returns for its sixth consecutive year on 1st and 2nd November 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK.

With the largest gathering of laboratory suppliers in the UK, this free-to-attend show has lots on offer for professionals across a wide range of sectors, from pharmaceuticals to food and drink.

Lab Innovations continues its strong links with the scientific community, with partners including GAMBICA, the Science Council, the Royal Society of Chemistry, Innovation DB and UKSPA for 2017.

The packed schedule will cover the latest trends in laboratory science across three live theatres, including the all new Insights and Innovations theatre, which will feature debates about the latest advances in food and drink technology, life sciences and pharma.

The Royal Society of Chemistry theatre will focus on the analysis of illicit substances – including cannabis and so-called ‘legal highs’ and counterfeit pharmaceuticals – as well as laboratory automation, in-process analysis and, new for this year, sessions from the Royal Society of Chemistry’s careers service.

New exhibitors for 2017 will include Microlit, Thermo Fisher Scientific, VWR International, GS Biotech, Alphatech and LabVantage Solutions, and there will be more than 150 exhibitors in total – such as Eppendorf, Shimadzu and Scientific Laboratory Supplies (SLS) – meaning the show is not to be missed.

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