At Resodyn Acoustic Mixers, we’re frequently asked to discuss the litany of benefits provided by our innovative line of mixing technology. It is even more gratifying, however, when well respected industry professionals do so, very eloquently, on our behalf.
In the attached video, Gus Bassani, Pharm.D. | VP Consulting/ R&D/ Formulations for PCCA describes to over 500 pharmacists gathered at their annual meeting in Houston Texas, how the PCCA RAM constitutes the next evolution in mixing technology that will produce fast, quality, reproducible, and game-changing results for their members. As you’ll see, words do not do this product launch justice.
The PCCA RAM Mixer is a development of our Resodyn Acoustic Mixer Platform specifically geared towards the Pharmaceutical Compounding Industry. PCCA oversaw the development at Resodyn Acoustic Mixers, and will exclusively sell the PCCA RAM Mixer to its members of independent community pharmacists.
For its 3,900 members of independent community pharmacists in the United States, Canada, Australia, and other countries around the world, PCCA is the resource for equipment, devices, fine chemicals, flavors, ACPE-accredited training and education, pharmacy software, marketing, business and also provides pharmacy consulting assistance.
Resodyn Acoustic Mixers and PCCA will continue to pave the way in game-changing innovative solutions for the Pharmaceutical Compounding Industry.
For more information about PCCA & the PCCA RAM, visit their website at http://www.pccarx.com/ .
If you are not a PCCA member, ask a RAM sales representative how you can put the power of ResonantAcoustic® Mixing to work for your customers.60
Butte, MT – Resodyn Acoustic MIxers announce the addition of Matthew Karsh to the field representation group as Sales Engineer.
Mr. Karsh will cover most states west of the Mississippi River, including the Mountain and Pacific states representing Resodyn Acoustic Mixers to all accounts and industries, and his arrival is an important milestone in the company’s expansion of the North American sales force.
An industrial material science veteran with high level expertise, Mr. Karsh’s doctoral research focused on novel and innovative techniques for the development of engineered materials. Further, his experience in technical journalism and public relations reflects his in-depth experience in industrial and commercial markets.
Matthew Karsh can be reached via telephone at 406-497-5249, via email, at email@example.com, or via USPS at Resodyn Acoustic Mixers, 130 N. Main Street, Suite 600 Butte, Bt 59701
Resodyn Acoustic Mixers is pleased to join over 30,000 pharmaceutical professionals and 2,200 exhibitors from 140 countries from October 22nd – 24th 2013 in Frankfurt Germany for the CPhI P-MEC exhibition and tradeshow.
Pharmaceutical professionals from across the globe are discovering the revolutionary benefits of RAM mixing, making CPhI P-MEC Worldwide 2013 the logical next step in the company’s aggressive expansion plans into Europe.
Knowledgeable representatives will be on hand during this exhibition to answer specific questions about ResonantAcoustic® Mixing or your specific application. Be sure to visit us at Booth 41L30, or email our experts in advance to pre-schedule a meeting during our time in Germany. Emails can be directed to CPHI2013@resodynmixers.com
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Butte, MT – Resodyn Acoustic Mixers today announced the development of a transformational continuous chemical reactor technology. This technology, termed “Continuous Acoustic Reactor” (CAR), relies on a unique ResonantAcoustic® agitation platform that has the promise to outperform traditional continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) and other state-of-the-art continuous reactors with a more versatile reactor system.
The CAR device uses acoustic streaming to induce a uniform energy dissipation field throughout the reaction vessel for improved mass transport. Within the reactor the acoustic waves create chaotic motion at a micro-scale resulting in a mixing condition that is manifested as elongational flows or stretching flows. The gas-liquid regime that is developed is essentially a transient, highly-chaotic mixing process that maximizes a dynamic gas/liquid interface, while constantly breaking down and re-forming to maintain fresh gas and liquid at the interfaces. Moreover, the CAR technology has applications for multiphase systems, such as solid-liquid, liquid-liquid (immiscible liquids). In addition, features of the CAR technology can also beneficial for applications with highly exothermic reactions, especially for those when temperature control may help increase reaction selectivity.
In order to illustrate that the CAR produces an aggressive mixing condition, some preliminary tests were conducted. These non-optimized tests resulted kLa values of 0.5 sec-1, exceeding the kLa values of CSTR’s, which typically range from 0.01 to 0.05 sec-1.
The chemical process industry (CPI) is under significant pressure to improve conventional chemical processing technology. This movement is characterized by the development of Process Intensification (PI) equipment. The generally accepted metrics for success of PI systems are: 1) Reduced size and quantity of chemical plant equipment, 2) increased efficiency of chemical processes and chemical reactions, 3) reduced energy consumption, 4) reduced environmental impact, and 5) increased safety. The CAR is being developed as a core Process Intensification technology that will have great versatility across many applications throughout the CPI.
This new continuous chemical reactor technology will be unveiled at the 2013 Resodyn Forum: Industrial Outcomes in ResonantAcoustic® Mixing, to be held August 14 -17, 2013, at Resodyn headquarters in Butte, MT.
For more information on the Forum, visit www.redoynmixers.com, or call 406-497-5333.2062
BUTTE, MT – Resodyn Acoustic Mixers has announced the dates for a demonstrations of their line of innovative industrial mixers. Demonstration appointments are available from May 13 though 24th in Minnesota, Illinois, and Texas pharmaceutical, technical, research, and industrial corridors.
Resodyn manufactures non-invasive mixers for processing, materials applications in both production and laboratory environments. Demonstrating substantively faster mixing times and exceptionally high levels quality and dispersion, Resodyn sales engineers’ appointments include on-site prrof of technology uses both generic and customer-supplied materials. Demonstration reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 406-497-5333. Resodyn Mixers are manufactured in the United States.1971
Recently completed testing from a jointly developed project performed by Resodyn Mixers and the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA) provides independent and compounding pharmacists with welcome results from the much anticipated performance data. These data are posted at http://www.resodynmixers.com/pharmaform
Nine months of joint research & development, coupled with Resodyn’s expertise in pharmaceutical mixing applications, produced a RAM mixing device customized to PCCA member needs. Pharmacy compounders prepare personalized medications for patients .by mixing individual ingredients in the exact strength and dosage form required by an individual patient. This method allows the compounding pharmacist to work with both patient and prescriber to customize a medication to meet the patient’s critical needs.1908
BUTTE, MT – Resodyn Corporation and The Ganson Group have announced their strategic partnership in South Asia. Resodyn’s line of innovative industrial mixers will be represented in the region by Ganson’s technical sales force, and the companies will cooperate in development of applications and installations of this new mixing technology. At the November CPhI India trade fair in Mumbai, Ganson featured Resodyn’s LabRAM mixing technology with equipment and demonstrations to high levels of interest. South Asia’s expanding pharmaceutical and processing industries are specific targets for Resodyn’s acoustic mixing technology that results in faster mixing times and exceptionally high levels quality and dispersion. For more information, visit www.gansons.com or www.resodynmixers.com.1902
Pharmaceutical Technology recently published a study by key Pfizer scientists that evaluated the Resodyn LabRAM resonant acoustic mixer as a potential tool for dry powder coating. Efficient mixing is accomplished creating a homogeneous shear zone throughout the mixing vessel without the aid of mixing media or impellers. The study concluded that the LabRAM was effective at applying dry powder coatings with higher bulk density and superior powder flow. Please read this article at:
In an effort to support our customers’ interest in various applicaton data, Resodyn Acoustic Mixers is proud to announce the release of a paper on the use of ResonantAcoustic® Mixing (RAM) for blending materials used in the formation of Li-ion battery electrodes. The experiments demonstrated that the mixing process is rapid, and post-mix analysis showed that the mixture was very uniform, fully meeting the product specification. Moreover, this complex mix formulation demonstrated that the RAM technology was capable of powder-powder mixing, powder coating, and powder-resin blending in the same mixer without the need for any system modification.
This work confirmed the efficiency and flexibility of ResonantAcoustic® Mixing as a technology that is well suited to manufacturing of Lithium-ion battery materials. Finally, the dramatic reduction in ResonantAcoustic® Mixing time, compared to traditional approaches, offers Li-ion battery manufacturers a means to significantly reduce manufacturing costs.
Click here to read this encouraging case study, or contact any member of our team by emailing email@example.com with questions on how you may able to put the power of ResonantAcoustic® Mixing to work in your facility.1402
In recognition of Earth Day, Resodyn Acoustic Mixers is proud to share a few key examples of how RAM mixers can increase your energy efficiency and reduce or eliminate your use of toxic solvents in the mixing process.
Click here to read this encouraging data sheet or contact any member of our team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with questions on how you may be able to lower your cost of mix while becoming more environmentally friendly in the process.1384