TNO’s printed-droplet drying technology prevents overdosing and underdosing medication

22 Jun 2017

A more controlled release of drugs’ active substances to prevent overdosing and underdosing. TNO’s printed-droplet drying technology makes it possible. A study will commence in mid-2017, in which experts will test existing formulations. Any companies that want to find out whether this technology is applicable to their own products have until 1 September to join the consortium.

Compared to conventional spray drying, printed-droplet drying is a real innovation. In a very controlled process, the print head at the top of the drying tower ejects uniform droplets, which dry as they fall. The resultant particles have uniform properties in terms of size, sphericity, and density.

Read more about this innovative new and how to join the consortium on TNOTIME.


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