First slotted coating drum in 2009
Unfortunately, miniature tablets are often very fragile. Due to the strong fluidization that is required in the fluid bed system, they can rub off and break easily. This is why in 2009 L.B. Bohle conceived its first slotted coater drum which treats small cores more gently. This drum comes with an appropriate perforation in which not only normal sized cores but also extremely small cores with a diameter of 1.5 millimetres can be coated. As a result, the system offers maximum flexibility and can be used for processing different particles. In contrast to our competitors who want to sell this technology as a novelty, we have already built numerous systems with perforated coater drums on a laboratory and process scale and successfully installed them in the production shops of international manufacturers,” Tim Remmert points out with a view to Bohle’s competitive edge.