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September 2019

Three Roll Mill Process

What does an ointment mill do?

By | Pharmacy

An ointment mill utilizes high shear force to disperse active ingredients, and homogenize viscous materials.

Shear force is created by three horizontally positioned rollers rotating in opposite directions and at different speeds relative to each other.

The product is pulled through the gaps between the rollers. Active ingredients and powder clumps are broken up and homogenized, which removes grittiness and results in a high-quality topical.  This gives your customers a pharmaceutically elegant and effective ointment.

 

 

 

Designed For The Pathology Laboratory

By | Pathology

Problem:

Labs are using equipment originally designed to cut wood, stained glass, and even butchered meat. This has led to poor quality samples and extremely dangerous working conditions.

Solution:

EXAKT’s 312 Pathology Saw was specifically designed for the path lab after years of experience and cooperation with hospitals and universities.

Results:

High-quality gross samples with little or no destruction of the tissue, soft or hard. Designed to be safely operated by the PA or Resident without risk of cutting themselves or breathing in aerosolized bone and tissue matter.

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Three Roll Mill Process

What does a three roll mill do?

By | Dispersion

A three roll mill utilizes high shear force to disperse agglomerates, and homogenize viscous materials.

Shear force is created by three horizontally positioned rollers rotating in opposite directions and at different speeds relative to each other.

The product is pulled through the gaps between the rollers. Agglomerates and powder clumps are broken up and homogenized.