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Charles Ischi showcases P-Series Tablet Hardness Tester at Pharmacosmetech 2020
Zuchwil, Switzerland: – Charles Ischi AG Testing Technology will showcase its new P-Series – Semi-Automated Tablet Hardness Tester at the upcoming Pharmacosmetech show in France.
Charles Ischi will be represented at the event by its local distribution agents, Keyser & Mackay, on their stand at Booth C30 at the Chartres Parc des Expositions.
CFR Part 11 compliant
The display will include various models of the P-Series Semi-Automated Tablet Hardness Testers, with ‘live’ demonstrations of their advanced features and capabilities, including full compliance with FDA 21 CFR part 11 requirements.
Technical guidance will be provided on the stand by Hamid Darkaoui, long-term sales specialist for pharmaceutical equipment at Keyser & Mackay.
Automated testing solution
“Pharmacosmetech provides us with an excellent platform to connect with professionals working in the pharmaceutical or nutraceutical industries who are developing oral solid dosage forms,” said Jürg Wüthrich, France Area Sales Manager for Charles Ischi AG.
“For those concerned with manufacturing efficiency, quality control, in-process control and faster track R&D, we can present a solution that is highly efficient, connected and fully compliant with all the latest regulations and guidelines and that can automate all tablet testing processes,” Mr. Wüthrich added.
About Charles Ischi
Charles Ischi AG – Testing Technology are a Swiss-based specialist manufacturer of testing equipment for tablets and capsules and in-process control solutions for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industry. Supplying testing equipment, specializing in oral solid dosage testing technology for research, development, quality control and in-process control.
From its headquarters in Zuchwil, in the central Swiss canton of Solothurn in the heart of Europe, the company maintains an international sales and service network for Kraemer Elektronik tablet and capsule testing equipment and Charles Ischi solutions, which include a revolutionary In-Process Control (IPC) turnkey add-on solution that can upgrade in-process control tablet testing procedures in-line to all makes and model of tablet press and capsule filling machinery.
Charles Ischi has grown and developed over more than two decades by maintaining a rigorous focus on driving new technology introduction and customized solution to ensure customer satisfaction, excellent sales advice and after sales service support.
The company’s key strength is a committed sales force providing support through its international sales network, with individual customer care, support for installation and qualification, training, service and repair.
Its product focus is on tablet breaking force testers, multiparameter tablet testing systems, capsule weighing systems, disintegration testers and friability testers.
Further information at: https://www.ischi.com/
About Pharmacosmetech 2020
The Pharmacosmetech exhibition caters for pharmacists, maintenance managers, technical, QHSE, new works, logistics, design, process, formulation and laboratory professionals working across a wide range of related industries, including Pharma, Fine Chemicals, Perfumery and Cosmetics, Fine Chemicals, Biotechnology, Homeopathy, Animal Health, Body Hygiene, Medical, Para-Pharmacy, Dietetics, Food Supplements, Baby Food, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical and Nutraceutical Ingredients.
It is located in Chartres, at the heart of France’s ”Cosmetic Valley” and the pharma/biotech cluster centered on Dreux, Chartres and Rouen, and on the Rouen / Orleans axis accounting for more than 42% of French hi-tech industrial activities.
Pharmacosmetech 2020 is a three-day event rescheduled from March to now open on September 15, at the Parc des Expositions, close to Chartres Airport. The event is organized by Even Pro with further information available at: http://www.pharmacosmetech.com/.
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