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Welcome to Powder Systems Limited. For more than 30 years, we have been supporting our industry partners overcome their most challenging manufacturing processes by remaining at the forefront of technology and continuously developing of our products and services. Let’s see how we can take your process further, together.
The MicroSphere Refiner (MSR™) is the flagship process technology of Powder Systems Ltd (PSL). It is disrupting the way microsphere drugs are traditionally developed and manufactured around the world.
Microspheres or micro-particles are complex drug formulations combining an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) with an FDA-approved polymer such as PLGA. Microsphere drugs enable the sustained release of APIs into patients over prolonged periods of time, varying from weeks up to several months.
Filtration and drying
PSL’s Agitated Nutsche Filter-Dryers (ANFD) are internationally renowned for their quality design developed to efficiently wash and isolate solids even within the most complex synthesis processes and challenging production environments.
Our filter-dryers provide optimum levels of safety and quality and can be manufactured to comply with various industry practices (cGMP, GAMP, etc.), directives (ATEX, etc.), regulations (21 CFR Part 11, etc.) and initiatives (PAT, etc.) from industry regulators such as the FDA.
Over the last three decades PSL has been earning the trust of our industry partners by delivering precision-built containment solutions to protect the precious health of their workforce.
Our high containment systems guarantee operator protection and operate under negative pressure HEPA-filtered atmosphere. PSL isolators have been used globally to process highly potent compounds requiring extremely low Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL), such as 20ng/m3. These compounds can include High Potency Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (HPAPI), cytotoxic and various hazardous substances.
Our PSL gloveboxes can be manufactured to comply with various industry practices (cGMP, GAMP, etc.), directives (ATEX, etc.), regulations (21 CFR Part 11, etc.) and initiatives (PAT, etc.) from industry regulators such as the FDA.