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Caleva Mixer Torque Rheometer


“I am particularly keen on how the MTR can enhance reproducibility among formulations. As with all research work, this is crucial for validating. This can be helpful for making many samples from mixing diverse materials easily while still simultaneously analysing some pre-formulation parameters”
Dr Francis Brako |   |  Lecturer |  Chemistry and Drug Delivery
Medway School of Pharmacy


Quantify the characteristics of your formulation

  • Would it help your work to reduce your formulation development time?
  • Do you need to optimize the characteristics of your formulation?
  • Can you confirm that the same product from different suppliers behaves differently in your formulations?
  • Would it be useful to be able to quantify the characteristics of samples taken from your granulator?

Description

The Caleva Mixer Torque Rheometer is well established as a valuable formulation development, formulation research and production quality control tool.

It will uniquely provide you with quantitative and reproducible measurement of the rheology of a wet mass.

Having this information will enable you to optimize your formulations in the least possible time. It will enable you to investigate product and excipient quality issues in a quantitative and meaningful way.

You will obtain reproducible data regardless of whether you have simple or complex formulations, with different binders and different mixing times. The reproducible figures generated can be incorporated into formulation development and production quality control saving both time and cost.

The data can be used as part of scale-up and the instrument can also be used for quality control in production. The MTR-3 is designed to enable the user to quantify the consistency properties of a wet mass.

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Improve your formulation development
  • Increase the speed of your formulation development.
  • Quantify the effect of different excipients and binders to solve formulation problems in less time.
  • Optimize your formulation parameters to compensate for batch variations between excipients.
Information that can be used in scale–up programs.
  • Quantitative data about the rheology of you product is available.
  • Use this data in a structured scale up program.
  • Remove uncertainty from your process development.
Production quality control within the granulation process.
  • Small batches can be taken from the granulator for assessment.
  • You will need just a minute to have reliable data to give you confidence about your granulation.
  • Testing takes about one minute and give a quantitative result in which you can have confidence.
  • Quality control without production delays.