Pharmaceutical solutions are liquid preparations containing one or more substances dissolved in the molecular state, in a solvent or mixture of solvents. When the final drug is an injectable, WFI is commonly used as the solvent.
BRAM-COR is able to provide the most appropriate process solutions for the production of
The long experience of BRAM-COR in pharmaceutical processing has enabled the development of a wide range of tanks and filtration systems dedicated to
BRAM-COR range of tanks offers a variety of customizable options based on the required process, regulatory requirements and production technology.
Dispersions are biphasic systems with two substances, one called dispersed/discontinuous phase that is distributed in the form of particles or droplets throughout another substance called continuous, dispersant, or external phase.
BRAM-COR emulsifiers are engineered to manage the particle size distribution (in both productions), specifically for parenteral and ophthalmic suspension where stability is a determining factor. Our high shear mixers are also used to obtain finer particle sizes processing emulsions to avoid phenomena such as sedimentation and aggregation of particles.
Semi-solid pharmaceutical forms are suitable for the treatment of skin disorders and are mainly designed for topical use. The following are the main groups of semisolid preparations
The homogenization and micronization of the product particles play a crucial role in the manufacturing process of semi-solid drugs. The two processes provide better dermal absorption at the time of application.
The manufacturing process of semi-solid products generally consists of the following steps:
BRAM-COR’s experience in pharmaceutical processing has ensured the development of a wide range of process equipment dedicated to handle these types of viscous preparations