Tablets Capsules

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Features • Full tooling inventory • Over compression warnings / tool repair & replacement prompts • Tracks key performance indicators: tablet quantity per batch / yield • Compatible with industry standard contact & non- contact measuring equipment • Eurostandard Educational suite embedded • 21CFR Part 11 Compliant • 64 Bit windows based application with touch screen • Flexible, user definable multi- lingual dictionary • User definable reporting • Accepts standard format documents (JPEG, PDF) Benefits • Tooling life cycle and rotation management • Allows for planned tool maintenance / replacement scheduling • Track cost per tablet output • Accurate assessment of tooling condition • Helps to troubleshoot tablet production problems • Complete document management / audit trail • Ease of use • Overcomes language barriers • Fits seamlessly within your current reporting / assessment methods • Access drawing and tool image archives* *with minicam system visit www.tablettingscience.com telephone 630.823.4700 toll free 1.800.420.2991 email tooling@iprinc.net IPR Inc., 1241 Hardt Circle, Bartlett, IL., 60103 I Holland Tool Management System IH-TMS The I Holland Tool Management System is an affordable stand alone tooling management system. It allows for proactive monitoring of tool rotations, tooling inventory and tooling maintenance and has the capability to archive tool images and drawings. IH-TMS will also keep record of tablet quantities by number of tablets, work order or batch information. The IH-TMS is easy to use with a simple touch-screen interface which will alert you if there is over compression, tooling replacements or scheduled maintenance required. It comes with the ability to accommodate several languages. IH-TMS can also be linked to measuring equipment for full tool measurement and management capability. For further information contact IPR Inc.

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