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Fluidized Bed Dryers and Finger Bags – Step by Step

Fluidized Bed Dryers and Finger Bags – Step by Step

Pharma
We are going to discuss fluidized bed dryers, their construction, working, FBD finger bags, finger bag MOC, and their features and application in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Drying in pharmaceutical manufacturing involves removing water and other liquid solvents from granules or other materials using heat and a stream of air. A fluid bed dryer is used to dry granules in pharmaceuticals using FBD finger bags. The principles of Fluidized Bed Dryer (FBD): Now we look at The principles of Fluidized Bed Dryer (FBD): In the fluidized bed dryer, hot high-pressure air is passed through a perforated bottom of the container containing the granules to be dried. FBD finger bag. The granules are lifted from the bottom and suspended in the air stream, this condition is called fluidized st...
Humidity vs Relative Humidity and What’s the Difference

Humidity vs Relative Humidity and What’s the Difference

Pharma
Often Pharmaceuticals related people are confused about the definition of Humidity and Relative Humidity. It is not a minor difference basically Relative Humidity affects the quality of a pharmaceutical product. In order to maintain accurate quality of product, we need to know Humidity vs Relative Humidity and what is Difference between both. Introduction: Humidity and relative humidity measure the amount of water present in the air, but they both have a difference in the measurement method. The humidity of the air depends on the atmosphere of the area and the season of the year. In dry areas like the desert, humidity remains very low while in the area near the ocean and tropical rainforests it remains very high. It also remains higher in the rainy season than in the summer. The air c...