Our engineers can also assist with highly specialized equipment for pharmaceutical R&D, such as our microencapsulation system that generates reproducible microspheres, and can be scaled from pilot through to production capabilities, helping you to more quickly develop drug delivery system formulations. We strive to be an inspiring conversation partner for our clients and we are continuously on the lookout to spot new trends and innovations. We work closely with a select network of international partners. Our engineers are periodically trained in formulation technologies for the pharmaceutical industry. We help production facilities to improve the efficiency of their existing formulation operations, and to assist in the development of new and improved formulations. We look forward to learning more about your challenge so that we can connect you with the right expert!
Why is Granulation Necessary? The Granulation Process allow particles to stick together more firmly. It increase the particle size of the continues used, which are mostly very fine powders. The greater the particle size of constituent, greater will be compressive or binding ability. In this section there are two types of Granulation Process.

1. Dry Granulation

2. Wet Granulation.

Wet Granulation Processing Machinery. In wet Granulation technique, following steps are involved, Sifting: Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) and excipients are sifted, usually through a 40 Mess or 60 Mess sieve. When API & excipients are sifted they mix together. Mixing: In order to mix them up more thoroughly, the dry mixing process is utilized. Once the mixing is complete, granulating fluid is added to Rapid mixer Granulator or RMG. Drying: The Material are then dried in a dryer, usually a fluid Bed Dryer Machine. When the constituents have dried, they are then milled using 16 mess or 20 Mess sievs wit Multi Mill/Cone Mill etc.