Mixing, drying, pellets, granules and water soluble strips are typical technologies required in the production of ceramics and Umang Pharmatech® has unique equipment capable of multi-stage processing in one unit to deliver real efficiencies of time, energy savings, storage and handling.

  • High fineness and high purity are characteristic demands for process equipment required by the ceramics industry. Our processing systems are designed to reduce the risk of iron contamination with various linings available dependent on material characteristics.
  • For the production of nano-ceramics, where fine particles need to be kept loose, an active freeze/drying system is also available. Uniform size granules and pellets are used for processing.

API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) manufacturing requires that special attention be paid to processing equipment design, hygiene and safety.

Pellet processing is accomplished with several of our products, including the Axial, cone, Radial, Die roller, mixer cum extruder, basket models.

UMANG PHARMATECH® advanced pellet technology and superior engineering provide unparalleled processing efficiency exceptional product quality

Successfully scaling up to full production means replicating your pilot results. How do you do this? The key is to use lab milling equipment that exactly

Particle size is a critical parameter in material properties. Monitoring and measurement of grain size distribution during processing is critical to successful product.

High shear granulator is the new mixer range that builds on the proven Umang technology and its benefits. Similar design of process bowl, mixer and chopper ensures that process

Twin Screw extruder is widely used for making pellets of different sizes starting from minimum 400 microns to maximum 2000 microns.

Integrated Mixer & Extruder is a compact design equipment with production capacity of 150 kgs of pellets per hour on continuous basis.

Die Roller Extruder as two rollers one is perforated and the second is knurling roller both are horizontally placed with minimum gap of 0.3mm.

The process involves the deposition of successive layers of an active compound onto nonpareil seeds resulting in the formation of uniform size pellets.