Thomas Processing’s production tablet coating machines are fully integrated with inlet and exhaust air handling systems, wash-in-place capabilities, and solution prep systems. Our pharmaceutical tablet production line includes everything you need for small, mid-sized, and large-scale tablet production, taking up the same facility footprint as other batch coaters while doubling productivity and efficiency.
Thomas’s ACCELA COTA, featuring a fully perforated coating drum, set the standard for the tablet coating process when it was introduced in 1969. Today, we continue to raise the bar with our pharmaceutical tablet production line. Our many different types of tablet production machines come with a variety of features designed to improve your production yields and simplify coating processes.
Designed and manufactured with the latest tablet film coating technology, Thomas’s pharmaceutical tablet production line equipment offers manufacturers an improved good manufacturing process (GMP) that prevents material waste and reprocessing during start-up and shutdown. Our engineering experts follow the latest GMP guidelines when designing and manufacturing our machines, including using fewer screws, implementing removeable equipment parts to improve cleanability, and manufacturing smaller equipment to reduce production plant GMP space requirements.
When you purchase a production tablet coating machine from Thomas, we pair it with unmatched expert solutions to ensure your equipment maintains its efficiency.
For more than 60 years, Thomas has built our production tablet coating machines on the tradition of innovation. Our expert engineers design and manufacture high-quality equipment based on modern, innovative advancements in coating technology. As the tablet coating industry identifies new coating techniques and best practices, we implement them into our systems to give you the best coating solution the industry has to offer.
At our new location in Elgin, Illinois, we have a state-of-the-art testing facility where tablet manufacturers can comfortably observe their new or existing machinery in action.