The versatile tablet hardness testing devices in the P-Series offer you the latest technology, space-saving design and maximum flexibility.
You can tailor the basic tablet hardness testers (P2, P3, P4 and P5) to your needs with the practical 'Plug & Play' extension modules. This allows you to upgrade the semi-automatic basic devices to a fully-automatic testing systems at any time.
HC6.2 - THE SIMPLE HARDNESS TESTER
The clear display and buttons make them easy to use, allowing you to operate the device safely even when wearing gloves and protective clothing.
Measure the hardness, length and width using the standard device. Print your test results directly to an external printer by using the USB port.
You can manage up to 99 products externally and load them via a USB memory stick. An integrated product memory is available as an option.
The abrasion and friability testing device consists of two test stations. If required, test drums can be equipped to test for wear due to rolling and falling or to test the abrasion of tablets, tabletcores, granules etc.
The tester meets all the latest requirements of the European & US Pharmacopoeia, GMP and GLP.
The DISI-M tablet disintegration tester offers user-friendliness in a tried and tested design.
The manual DISI-M disintegration tester is a cost-effective alternative to the automatic DISI-A model. The DISI-M fulfills all EP/USP requirements.
The testing baskets can be attached and removed quickly thanks to the magnetic coupling.
As each station is powered separately, you can examine up to four different products at the same time. The softstart function ensures that the testing basket is immersed in a controlled manner.
With DISI-A, you control all operation and data analysis safely and easily via computer and PH21 software.
The system fulfills the requirements of FDA 21 CFR Part 11. All operation procedures are password-protected and monitored continuously by the system. All relevant procedures, e.g. amendments to master data, calibration and much more, are automatically recorded in the log book (audit trail).