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Solid Dosage Sourcebook 2020 | 47 Specialty Measurements Inc. SMI's Compacta II is designed for research and pilot scale applications. 10 Ton compression and the 21 station interchangeable turret feature is ideal for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries. The "NEW" Standard Tooling MiniPress is the perfect single pre- formulation tool to characterize your potential products. The Minipress along with the Director will provide upper, lower punch compression force data, ejection and displace- ment data allowing porosity curve, Heckel plots and work curves. The 5 ½ Ton Piccola Tablet Press and Director Software are designed for development studies including compaction profile studies nor- malized for tooling size and tablet geometry, lubricant optimization, strain rate tests to study the effects of different compression loading rates and direct comparison of industry standard production size tablet presses. Specialty Measurements Inc. 2420 Emrick Blvd. Bethlehem, PA 18020 Tel: 908.534.1500 Email: sales@smitmc.com Website: www.smitmc.com Corporate Description SMI is a technology driven Measurements Engineering Corporation dedicated to the science of precise measure- ments. SMI offers the Riva line of tablet presses ranging from development, scale up to manufacturing. Systems are integrated with the Director Data Acquisition system. Company also offers the Adamus HT tablet compression tool- ing, automatic tool polishing machine, tool inspection machine and industry spare parts. SMI has been providing industry solutions since it was founded in 1982. Services With over 30 years of industry experience, SMI provides non-commercial training sessions in classroom and laboratory environments. SMI is also an external faculty instructor for the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy and the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Technologies

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