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Free Application Note – Net Weight Control of Prepackaged Goods and Drugs

publication date: Aug 9, 2021

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author/source: Sartorius Group

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Checkweighing of Products by Average Weight Control and of Pharmaceutical Drugs by Uniformity of Dosage Units

To protect consumers and patients, the filling weight of finished goods and drugs must be checked gravimetrically. Uniformity of dosage unit measurements ensure that the mean weight meets the specified nominal package contents and is within permissible tolerances in order to avoid over- and underdosing. Average weight control prevents underfilling of prepacked goods.

Software applications for our CubisĀ® II balances enable testing of solid drugs (Tablet Checker), liquid drugs (Vial Checker) and measurement of prepacked goods (Average Weight Control). These applications help ensure that required tests are carried out in a timesaving, highly precise, and regulation-compliant manner and offer statistical features to analyze and optimize the filling process. 

Download our new application highlight and learn how the Tablet and Vial Checker software and Average weight control QApp for CubisĀ® II balances offer an advanced but user-friendly solution for meeting the process and quality requirements.

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