Hardness tester TabCheck 4S

hardness tester
hardness tester
hardness tester
hardness tester
hardness tester
hardness tester
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The fully automatic working TabCheck 4S (IPC) can be integrated into our Futorque® and RoTab tablet press line, guaranteeing a continuous precise measuring of tablet weight, height, diameter and hardness. Measures tablet weight, height, diameter and hardness Intuitive handling Integrated operation with tablet press Suitable for all common tablet sizes and shapes About the product Its worldwide use in international pharmaceutical companies shows it proven reliability. The tablet tester is designed in such a way as to permit integrated operation with tablet presses such as the Futorque X-1 or a RoTab T/Bilayer. The measurement results are transmitted directly to the tablet press. This allows production parameters to be adjusted automatically and for time-intensive tablet tests to be carried out in as short a time as possible. Broad range of application Properties such as the weight, thickness, diameter/length and hardness of the test specimens can be reliably monitored and inspected. Thanks to its SmartRake® tablet transport rake, the TabCheck 4S is designed for flexible use with all common tablet forms and sizes – including for special forms such as diamond-shaped tablets. The tablet tester is produced by Pharmatron AG | Dr. Schleuniger and meets all requirements of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) and the European Pharmacopoeia (EP). Efficient and parallel The TabCheck 4S can carry out parallel tests on up to twelve different products or batches. The tests are carried out automatically. This allows a team to work quickly and efficiently using the testing protocols.

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