5 ways dust collectors help ensure a controlled environment when tableting APIs

April 5, 2024
During tableting processes, APIs become airborne. These dust particles can harm workers, reduce air quality, contaminate products and cause explosions. Learn how dust collectors safely capture and contain airborne API dust before it causes problems.

Although these airborne dust particles are often invisible to the eye, they can harm workers, reduce air quality, cross-contaminate other products and create fire and explosion hazards.

To maintain a clean and safe work environment, dusts must be captured and contained before they can be inhaled by workers, spread to other products or cause combustible dust explosions.

Learn about:

  • Cartridge-style dust collectors that are designed for tableting applications
  • Protecting people and facilities
  • Safely collecting and disposing of API dust

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