NEUTRAL SPHERES / DUMMY PELLETS
180-250 μm, 250-300 μm, 300-425 μm, 425-600 μm, 600-825 μm
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Lactose, a type of sugar found in milk, is used to make lactose spheres, which are tiny, spherical particles. Usually, a spray drying procedure is used to create them, which entails atomizing a lactose solution and drying the resulting droplets to create tiny, uniform spheres.
Numerous applications for lactose spheres exist, most notably in the pharmaceutical sector. They are frequently used in solid oral dosage forms, like tablets and capsules, as fillers or bulking agents to increase the powder's flowability and guarantee consistent dosing. Active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) can be transported by lactose spheres, which can help poorly soluble drugs become more soluble and more bioavailable.
In the food and beverage industry, lactose spheres are also used as a flavour carrier and as a bulking agent in low-calorie or sugar-free products. Lactose spheres can be used in cosmetic formulations as a mild exfoliant or as a carrier for active ingredients.
- Better drug solubility and bioavailability
- Reduced calories
- Improved flavor delivery
- Gentle exfoliation
- Improved palatability
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Cosmetics Industry
- Food and Beverage Industry
- Standardized particle sizes
- Controlled release formulations