Tablet Section[Total 5 in 25 Categories]
Tablets are made by compression. The compressed tablet is the most popular form of dosage in use today. Ancient solid dose forms were prepared by rolling a soft mass into a round shape known as pills. Now-a-days these are manufactured in the form of tablets which are designed to dissolve or disintegrate by highly Sterile Process without Human Touch and Latest Technological Compression Machines. About two-thirds of all prescriptions are dispensed as solid dosage forms, and half of these are compressed tablets. The tablets are just one of the many forms that an oral drug can take such as syrups, elixirs, suspensions, and emulsions. Tablets are often stamped with symbols, letters, and numbers, which enable them to be identified by Specialized Tools known as Dies & Punches. Sizes of tablets range from a few millimeters to about a centimeter.
Capsules Section[Total 2 in 13 Categories]
The capsules are made in two parts by dipping metal rods in molten starch or cellulose solution. The capsules are supplied as closed units to the pharmaceutical manufacturer. Before use, the two halves are separated, the capsule is filled with powder (either by placing a compressed slug of powder into one half of the capsule, or by filling one half of the capsule with loose powder) and the other half of the capsule is pressed on. The two main types of capsules are hard-shelled capsules, which are normally used for dry, powdered ingredients, and soft-shelled capsules, primarily used for oils and for active ingredients that are dissolved or suspended in oil. Starch or cellulose Capsules are available in a range of sizes with designations 000, 00, 0E, 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4. The respective volumetric capacities are 1.37ml, 950µl, 770µl, 680µl, 480µl, 360µl, 270µl, and 200µl. Encapsulation refers to a range of techniques used to enclose medicines in a relatively stable shell known as a capsule, where the highly reproducible filling process helps ensure each Softgel and Hard Shelled Capsules have the same drug content, and the operators are not exposed to any drug dust during the manufacturing process in a highly Sterile Environment involving Hi-end Manufacturing Machines / Equipment.
Liquid (Oral) Section[Total 2 in 15 Categories]
Liquids are formulations of non-sterile drugs administered by any route in the form of solutions (monomeric and multimeric), suspensions (powder and liquid), drops, extracts, elixirs, tinctures, paints, sprays, colloidons, emulsions, aerosols, and other fluid preparations.
Injectables / Sterile Section[Total 0 in 18 Categories]
A Process of Sterile manufacturing and Sterile Filling is under two stages - Terminal sterilisation (which is done under Clean conditions, filled into the final container, then sterilised by heat or gamma irradiated) and Aseptic processing (The product is sterilised either by gamma irradiation or is made up as a liquid and sterile filtered into a sealed gassed isolator then processed/filled into the final container).
Dry Syrup / Powder Section[Total 0 in 15 Categories]
Dry powder formulations have the twin advantages of environmental-friendliness and ease of use.
Ointment / Cream Section[Total 0 in 13 Categories]
Ointments / Creams are viscous semisolid preparations. Ointments are homogeneous, semi-solid preparations intended for external application to the skin or mucous membranes.
Packaging Machineries and Equipments Section[Total 0 in 28 Categories]
GMP Compliant Specialized and Customized Hi-end Technological advanced Machines and Equipments are available for End of Line Packaging, compatible with the Outputs of the Existing Lines.
Packing Materials Section[Total 0 in 27 Categories]
Innovative healthcare and pharmaceutical packaging solutions enhance products by making them more engaging, secure and easier to administer. Customized compliance packaging enhances adherence, maintains senior-friendly access and often attains the highest possible child resistance ratings. The manufacturing is managed through statistical process control methods in cGMP plants that practice Lean Six Sigma methodologies to ensure continuous process improvement from clinical trials to commercialization.
Laboratory & Analytical Equipments Section[Total 0 in 0 Categories]
Environment Control Equipment & Services Section[Total 0 in 0 Categories]
Utilities / Utilities Services Section[Total 0 in 26 Categories]