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TSAR (Tabletting Science Anti-Stick Research)

I Holland will be exhibiting some of it most innovative products at ACHEMA, and will showcase a number of new products, which will be launched exclusively at the show. more

18 May 2015 00:00 News

TSAR Predict service solves age-old 'sticking' conundrum in hours

It is a year since I first spoke to I Holland Ltd’s research, development & quality systems manager Rob Blanchard about I Holland and the University of Nottingham’s School of Pharmacy’s TSAR (Tabletting Science and Anti-Stick Research) project... more

22 Apr 2014 13:08 Editor's Blog

I Holland has introduced the new service TSAR Predict, which will put an end to time-consuming and expensive field trials by offering a solution to stop tablet tooling sticking problems. more

3 Feb 2014 15:07 Technology

Designed to offer advice and expertise on tabletting problems, global tablet tooling specialist I Holland will host the webinar ‘Solving your Sticking Problems with Tableting Science’ on 6 February 2014. more

9 Jan 2014 15:17 Technology

Global tablet tooling company for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical markets I Holland launched its newest coating products to the industry at the company’s recent international seminar. more

31 Oct 2013 13:50 Technology

Formulation sticking to the punch tip face is a renowned issue in tablet manufacturing and one that I Holland has worked hard towards solving. One way of combating tablet sticking is with the use of coatings. more

25 Oct 2013 15:44 Technology

In January 2012, I Holland and the University of Nottingham’s School of Pharmacy launched the two-year TSAR (Tabletting Science Anti-Stick Research) project to investigate and solve the most common tabletting issue of formulation ‘sticking’ to... more

11 Apr 2013 13:52 Technology

Nottingham-based I Holland has won the prestigious HSBC Global Connections initiative, winning the regional final against six other Midland based companies out of a total of 400 entrants. more

5 Mar 2013 11:51 Technology

I Holland is currently undertaking a two-year research programme to solve a common ‘sticky’ situation in tablet manufacture with the assistance of Nottingham University’s School of Pharmacy. more

14 Jan 2013 11:20 Technology