Pharmaceutical Coils | Rayon Coils | Cotton coil- polyester coil

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Pharmaceutical coil is used for tablet packaging to provide a safe, nontoxic, aesthetically pleasing, easy to use, traditional filler.

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Pharmaceutical Coils SAFETY BELTS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS

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Packaging has been defined as the means economically Providing: Presentation Identification Protection Convenience Storage Packaging

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Selection of Packaging Material The material selected must have the following characteristics: They must protect the preparations from environmental conditions Must not reactive with the product Must not impart odor/taste to the product Must Be Non – Toxic Must Be FDA approved

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Pharmaceutical Fillers Fillers are for tablet packaging to provide a safe, nontoxic, aesthetically pleasing, easy to use. Pharmaceutical light weight Fillers ensures freshness and stability in shipping and storing of ethical and generic pharmaceuticals, vitamins and food supplements. Extensively used in the pharmaceutical industry to fill void or as a packing material for pill bottles. Types: >> Coils >> Foam Plugs >> Caps With Spring Extensions

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Pharmaceutical Coils Purpose : To prevent rattling in the Bottle packaging . What are they? They are Cotton, Rayon, Polyester Fibers . Why use them ? When products like tablets and capsules are packed in the bottles, the rattling causes damage these products, result in their breaking sometimes. These coils fill the head space in the bottles and prevent the occurring damages due to rattling.

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COTTON FIBER Natural fiber Cuts easily Moisture content is 8.0% Creates a dry environment inside the bottle Most commonly used in bottling of tablets and capsules Biodegradable

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Rayon Fiber Man-made fiber (cellulose) Uniform fiber length Cuts or tears easily Moisture content is 11% Most commonly used in bottling of tablets Biodegradable

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POLYESTER FIBER Man-made fiber (petroleum derived) Uniform in fiber length Non-fluorescent Moisture content is 1% Most commonly used in bottling of soft-gel capsules

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Polyester/Rayon

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Shelf life? This is to confirm that there is no shelf life or expiration date for the pharmaceutical coil, ‘Puritan Cotton’ supplied by Carolina Absorbent Cotton provided it is stored in unopened cases under standard warehouse conditions.

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