Pharma Coating

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Pharmaceutical Coatings Systems.

Will take you to the future of nature.

Products.

Farbe Pharmaceutical Coating Systems has an important role in the industry as well as in the development and manufacture of innovative coatings and colors for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries. Our patented, regulatory-compliant coatings define and protect brands while delivering application and production-efficiency benefits.
Our coatings, excipients, and imprint inks offer visual and functional attributes necessary for brand definition, product identification, and trademark protection.

FARBECOAT-BLEND I

FARBECOATBLEND is a customizable, fully formulated film coating system that consists of trusted, standardized polymers, plasticizers, and colorants, allowing for dual sourcing. FARBECOATBLEND hydrates rapidly for use in an hour and offers batch-to-batch consistency, excellent adhesion, high tensile strength, and sharp logo definition.

  • Customizable
  • Pre-blended color
  • 12% – 18% solids
  • Fully formulated film coating system
  • Ready for use in an hour
  • Rapid Hydration
  • Batch-to-batch consistency
  • Excellent adhesion
  • High tensile strength
  • Sharp logo definition
  • Reduced processing time

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FARBECOAT-BLEND FB

Coating for moisture protect.

  • Significantly reduces moisture uptake compared to other coating systems
  • Extends product shelf life significantly
  • Delivers high slip for increased swallowability and packaging ease
  • A PEG-free alternative to traditional PVA coating systems
  • Customizable for your application, providing unique color and visual appeal for brand definition, product identification, and trademark protection
  • Coating Systems.

    Pharmaceutical film coating is a complex process that requires technical expertise and an advanced understanding of market drivers. Not only do coatings visually identify products and make them more aceptable for the client, they also make tablets easier to swallow, mask unpleasant tastes and odors, and control the release of the drug into the body. 
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