For tablets, capsules and powders in pharmaceutical applications
METTLER TOLEDO Safeline pharmaceutical metal detector systems are designed to offer maximum flexibility in process areas. A compact footprint enables systems to be inserted into areas where space is restricted. Robust, low profile, fully rotating castors provide ease of mobility, enabling the system to be used in multiple locations.
METTLER TOLEDO Safeline Tablex 2 and Tablex-PRO systems are designed to inspect pharmaceutical tablets and capsules for any possible metal contamination encountered in manufacturing processes. Our Pharma GF-Pro metal detector provides efficient inspection of powdered and granular pharmaceutical products under free-fall conditions. All Safeline pharmaceutical metal detectors can be easily integrated with other inline processing equipment and OEMs such as tablet de-dusters to support productivity and efficiency aims.
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1. What is a metal detector for pharmaceutical tablets?
Ans - During the pharmaceutical manufacturing process, a device known as a "pharma tablet metal detector" is used to check for the presence of metal contamination in tablets or capsules. In order to find any potential metal particles in the tablets or capsules, the detector makes use of electromagnetic fields.
2. How do metal detectors for pharma tablets operate?
Ans - Electromagnetic fields are used by pharma tablet metal detectors to find any potential metal particles in the tablets or capsules. An alternating magnetic field is emitted by the detector and travels through the tablets or capsules to perform its function. Metal particles will disrupt the field if they are present, sending an electrical signal to the detector where it can be detected.
3. What kinds of metallic particles are frequently found?
Ans - Metal detectors for pharma tablets are most frequently used to find iron, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, and brass.
4. How frequently ought the detector to be examined?
Ans - To make sure the detector is accurate and reliable, it is advised that tests be conducted frequently. It is also advised to test the detector after making any adjustments to the manufacturing process, such as changing the recipe or adding new ingredients.
5. What advantages come with utilising a metal detector for pharmaceutical tablets?
Ans - The improved quality and safety of the finished product is the key advantage of utilising a pharma tablet metal detector. By ensuring that any metal contamination in the tablets or capsules are found and eliminated before the product is issued, the detector helps to lower the potential of consumer injury.