With interchangeable dies and a useful 3.1 kN of pressure, the TDP 0 makes it easy to produce high-quality tablets for use in universities, hospitals, laboratories, and research institutes in the pharmaceutical, food, and chemical industries. It is also ideal for any user who needs to make a small number of tablets or to create tablets on an ad hoc basis.
Exceptionally cheap to run, as it uses no electrical power, and is simple to maintain, the TDP 0 is a fast and flexible way to produce small quantities of tablets.
Main benefits at a glance:
- Small and lightweight, making it far more portable than electric powered tablet presses
- Advanced engineering makes it easy to produce high-quality tablets without electricity
- Up to 10 mm diameter round tablets
- Easy to use and maintain
- Interchangeable dies
- No running costs
- Well engineered, reliable machine for a wide range of applications
The striking features of the TDP 0 are its lightweight, compact size, easy portability, and advanced design that make it possible to produce good quality tablets without an outside power source.
With no ongoing expenses beyond the occasional drop of lubricating oil, the TDP 0 is highly cost-effective. Yet it can take a wide range of dies, and produce properly compacted tablets of a high standard.
TDP 0 Tablet Press in Use
Before using the TDP 0 you might imagine that it would require a lot of effort, but nothing could be further from the truth. Once you have installed the die and filled the machine with powder you simply crank the handle. It only takes a modest amount of effort, yet produces first-rate tablets. It is simple enough to turn out twenty tablets a minute, and with a little practice you can easily manage up to fifty a minute.
If you want to adjust the tablet thickness or hardness, both are easy to achieve with just a couple of movements.
That really is all there is to it. The machine itself weighs under 26 kg and is small and compact enough to lift without too much difficulty. Compared to many hundreds of kilos in weight for most large commercial machines, the TDP 0 is a very lightweight solution. Certainly, it is light enough to move around a hospital, laboratory, or university faculty as needed.
The TDP 0 is a clever piece of engineering that makes it exceptionally easy to churn out tablets at a low cost and in almost any location that has a flat working space. The design is compact and eminently storable when not being used, yet it is highly effective in operation. Stable, surprisingly efficient in its conversion of manual energy into tableting pressure, and simple to maintain, this is the ideal tablet press for small-scale tableting where the cost and space associated with larger machines cannot be justified. Yet it produces excellent tablets that are strong and durable.