When Is Specialty Tableting Right for Chemical Products?
Specialty tableting is the complex method of manufacturing tablets made from a formulation that consist of multiple chemical components. Often times the blending and mixing portion of the process is a crucial step in ensuring the final product meets performance specifications. For example, in order to ensure final product consistency, two or more ingredients may need to be blended together in-line, and then co-granulated prior to tableting. If not done in-line, then the tablet may not have a good uniform distribution of each chemical component, and could result in inconsistent performance properties. Essentially, specialty tableting is critical any time a product is made from two or more components which need to be carefully balanced.
At Stellar Manufacturing we have comprehensive specialty tablet manufacturing capabilities to support a wide variety of chemical products. We can support complex chemical formulations requiring specific blending, compaction granulation, tableting and packaging criteria. Some of our capabilities include:
- Specialty blending and mixing equipment (ribbon, v-style, paddle, dual-cone, continuous)
- 50, 75, 150 & 300 ton Bepex MS Roll Compaction equipment
- Particle size reduction and selection equipment
- 45 mechanical, hydraulic and rotary presses capable of exerting 5 to 650 tons of pressure
- Tablet sizes from 250 mg to 1200 grams
- Controlled environment ensures proper temperature and humidity control
- Custom tablet shapes available
Want to find out how your chemical product can benefit from specialty tableting? Contact us at (618) 337-1700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Stellar Manufacturing
Stellar is a contract manufacturer with 25 years of experience helping companies manufacture consumer and industrial products. Stellar is a leader in solid particle and bulk material processing for products requiring unique safety and handling procedures. Our services include compaction granulation, briquetting, blending, tableting and packaging of chemicals and materials for use in a variety of applications by Fortune 500 and 1000 companies.