||Comply with U.S., European and Japanese
||Within 30 minutes (BP 1980 and USP
XX test methods: 37°C water and specified apparatus).
||Gelatin is a
macromolecular protein and is physiologically inert. Gelatin is
considered pharmacologically relatively inert with the exception of:
aldehydes, strong acids or bases and materials with significant free
|Capsule Sizes &
(without color) in 7 sizes ranging from 3ml to 26ml. Special
colors, custom size, wall thickness and dissolution time made to
||Capsules may be filled with dry
materials in any form, and non-aqueous liquids or pastes, parts or even
foam sponges. Aldehydes, strong acids or bases may react with the
||Filling machinery for capsules is
available from Torpac. Capsules can also be filled using powder
filling machinery suitable for filling vials.
||Air tight containers are
»Plastic bag in a cardboard box or
»Blister or strip packing.
dissolves in aqueous (water) solutions above 37C. At temperatures
between 30-37C dissolution may occur due to presence of enzymes,
bacteria or acids. Special capsules with thin walls or holes may