Tablet Hardness & Friability Tester


PJ-2D tablet 2-in-1 tester, LCD display

Multi-function to test tablet hardness and friability

Tablet for hardness test is pressed automatically

Hardness testing in compliance with the EP and USP Pharmacopoeia.

IQ/OQ documents included free of charge.

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  • Smart, automatic control, automatic detection, automatic diagnosis and automatic alarm.
  • Two drums and automatic control of friability and high control precision for cylinder rotation speed and number of turns.
  • Hardness testing is with high-precision pressure sensor, LCD display of hardness value.
  • Continuous measurement of tablet hardness value, manual tablet feeding, and automatic compression.
  • Automatic display, automatic latching, automatic reset and automatic cyclic test.
Model PJ-2D
Testing Parameter Hardness, Friability
Drum 2
Drum’s Radius Dia. 286 mm
Drum’s Depth 39 mm
Tablet Falling Height 156 mm
Rotation Count 10-900 r
Rotation Speed 25 rpm
Speed Regulator Accuracy ±1 rpm
Hardness Range 2~199.9N (50Kg, 499.9N is optional)
Probe Procession Range 3~40 mm
Power Supply 220V/ 50Hz, 110V/ 60Hz
Power 500W
Dimension 360×450×350 mm
Weight 15 Kg

Why do we measure hardness of tablets?

Tablet hardness can serve as a guide for product development and as a quality-control specification. The tablets should not be too hard or too soft, as a hard tablet could prevent the dissolution of the tablet, which is needed for an accurate dosage.

How to test tablet hardness?

Compression testing and 3 point bend testing. For compression testing, the analyst generally aligns the tablet in a repeatable way, and the tablet is squeezed between a fixed and a moving jaw. The tablet hardness tester continually applied force with a spring and screw thread until the tablet started to break. When the tablet fractured, the hardness was read with a sliding scale.

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Tablet Hardness & Friability Tester
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