The World’s Most Advanced Tablet Coating Systems
We believe your organization deserves the maximum ROI from your pharmaceutical machinery parts and equipment. Our coaters offer a long lifecycle, consistent performance across multiple batches, and a uniform level of coating on your tablets. However, it was not enough just to make our coaters effective. We also had to make them user-friendly.
We offer training and control upgrades to make your operations more productive and keep you on the cutting edge of the pharmaceutical industry.
Our personnel train your employees on the equipment they will be using in your facility. We offer multiple course options, and Thomas supplies your training course materials. This education is classroom and hands-on training that can be conducted in multiple shifts depending on your needs. Thomas also will be there in the future for your ongoing needs such as equipment maintenance, spare machine parts, and process optimization.
Pharmaceutical Industry-Leading Tablet Coaters
Our proprietary Accela-Cota coating system is one of the many aspects of our organization that set us apart. This technology features a fully perforated drum design. We first introduced it back in 1969, and the process continues to set industry standards for unrestricted air handling, thermodynamic efficiency, and flexibility. The drum rotates on a horizontal axis with the spray bar positioned in the center of the drum. The drying air flows to the drum and passes through the tablet bed before escaping through the perforations in the drum.
This action is the ideal environment for mixing and coating. Accela-Cota is another cornerstone of Thomas Engineering’s commitment to excellence.
It delivers the maximum coating quality while balancing the need for high-speed coating at the same time. Whether you’re focusing on R&D or moving into production tablet coating, we have the coating system for your facility and the services to support them. To learn more about pharmaceutical machinery and other services, reach out to Thomas Engineering today.