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Small, simple, and scalable

Achieve reliable scale-up, reduced time to market, and controlled, continuous processing using Thermo Scientific™ compounders and extruders. Our twin-screw compounders offer flexible compounding configurations for small batches for either pilot scale production or low volume manufacturing and are well-suited for research and development in the polymer, pharmaceutical, bioscience, and nanotechnology sectors. Pharmaceutical manufacturers rely on our twin-screw extruders to create uniform material blends for the preparation of various dosage forms for low solubility APIs. Our instruments cater to a broad range of process requirements for even the most challenging drug formulations.

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Critical rheological results can be thrown off by some easy slip-ups in handling food samples or in your test method itself. 

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