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Catalogue excerpts

Topping-out ceremony   in Sassenberg Inline Raman measurements

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This year we will reach the maximum construction limit for our new commercial property in Sassenberg. The expansion will allow for the production of machines worth up to EUR 50 million per year over the next two years. Dear readers, “If you don’t go forward, you go backward” said the former Veba CEO Rudolf Bennigsen-Foerder. Today, this general statement is ever more significant to all manufacturers of investment goods. With fierce competition for the best products and processes, this is no time to sit back and relax. In order to have sufficient capacity in 2014, however, we are currently buying...

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Topping-out ceremony in Sassenberg A topping-out ceremony was held in plant II of L.B. Bohle Maschinen + Verfahren GmbH in Sassenberg on June 21st. This building is set to offer premises for engineers who will be relocating to Sassenberg with the entire handling development and production. On June 27th, only a week later, District Administrator Dr. Olaf Gericke presented Lorenz Bohle a building permission to extend the company‘s production at the Sassenberg site. With this permission the space for the production of handling equipment can be more than doubled. The District Administrator visited...

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Schoolchildren show their skills Ennigerloh, July 2011. Special works of art decorated the service center at Westkirchener Strasse from mid July to end of August. The uniqueness of this new exhibition is its artists: a group of ninth-grade schoolchildren at Anne Frank School in Ennigerloh taking elective classes. The young creators of the secondary school shared their imaginations of machines and modern life through pictures and sculptures entitled “Engineering meets art“. Lorenz Bohle expressed sincere delight when opening the exhibition. “I am amazed. I did have some expectations, but I didn‘t...

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Over 170 years of experience Employees with a long work record distinguished Ennigerloh, August 2011. Another occasion for celebration: the anniversaries of several employees who have been working more than 10 or even 25 years at L.B. Bohle Maschinen + Verfahren GmbH. CEO Lorenz Bohle handed anniversary certificates of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce to four of his employees who had faithfully stood by the company from the very beginning. Carsten Keller, Head of Process Engineering, Hubert Fartmann of the Technical Internal Sales Department, industrial mechanic Klaus De Bock and machine engineer...

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Bohle presents its new fluid bed system BFS 3 presented Bohle‘s fluid bed series has been extended with lab system BFS 3, the most compact fluid bed version. This system can dry up to three kilograms of granules. The BFS 3 can certainly be used for layering and pellet coating as well. The system has four filters installed and can be easily cleaned. As usual with systems of other sizes, the entire filter surface in the lab system can be easily cleaned at regular intervals by using compressed air. Furthermore, this most compact design of the fluid bed system can be equipped with an online humidity...

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A continuous coater   consumes less suspension   and improves quality Ennigerloh, September 2011. Continuous coating processes have been nearing their limits due to stringent quality requirements in the pharmaceutical industry. Consequently, Bohle’s engineers have developed a semi-continuous coater made of the company’s proven coating components. The process was optimized by using modified drums, more nozzles and increased drying air. This allows quick and high-quality reproduction of all coating applications using the Bohle KOCO . In addition, the coater is filled and discharged automatically...

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The suspended coater During the summer, Bohle’s engineers delivered a coater at a record-breaking pace. Our specialists were able not only to convince through early commissioning, but also provide an excellent solution to a challenging installation. A Bohle BFC 600 film coater was supplied to the Salutas Pharma GmbH in Barleben to be installed on the second floor of the production facility. For this purpose, our employees “packed” the BFC 600 into a frame that was specially manufactured for the building’s architecture in order to transport the coater. The standard handling equipment was altered...

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Reduction of process time by 25 % Interview with Marco Schröder and Fred Wulfgramm of Salutas Pharma GmbH Since 1996, Salutas has been producing generic drugs at the Barleben and Osterweddingen sites near Magdeburg. In 1996, Bohle delivered basic systems for the installation of the first production line. With its expansion in summer 2011, the pharmaceutical manufacturer relied again on Bohle quality. Innovativ interviewed Marco Schröder (Operating engineer for production technology) and Fred Wulfgramm (Head Engineering Barleben and Osterweddingen): Your company already uses Bohle systems. Which...

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processes as well as a reduce the batch time. To this end, we agreed on a reduction of the batch process time by 25 % vs. the previous coater. through further optimization processes. Furthermore, we had fewer suspension losses which, however, they cannot be measured at present. How were your first experiences with the system? Can you describe them? Fred Wulfgramm: Currently, we are focusing on the optimization of cleaning processes. However, we anticipate that the optimization potential can be significantly increased after completing the project. Marco Schröder: The initial results revealed that...

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Inline Raman measurements   as a PAT method for coating   processes in a drum coater Institute of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, Heinrich-Heine University, Düsseldorf Introduction Tablet coating is a frequent basic operation in the production of solid dosage forms. Tablets are coated for various reasons (see the table). Coatings with active ingredients are particularly critical for quality requirements. It must be ensured that during the coating process a precisely defined amount of a substance is applied evenly onto each tablet. Therefore, procedures for identifying Reasons for tablet coating:...

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