Pharmaceutical Quality Dextran 150 is available from Pharmacosmos as active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) as excipient for final formulation, drug product, for medical devices, for production of solutions for injection and infusion and much more.
Specifications for Dextran 150
Pharmacosmos supplies Dextran 150 complying with The European Pharmacopoeia, except from molecular weight (only Dextran 1, 40, 60 and 70 are described in EP).
Product Normative Mw Specification
Dextran 150 150.000 Pharmaceutical Quality (EP*)
*Dextran 150 complies with the European Pharmacopoeia, except from molecular weight. We also offer Dextran 150 based on USP or other specification. Please contact us for additional information on customization.
Pharmaceutical Quality Dextrans from Pharmacosmos are packed and stored in safe and clean conditions.
Pharmaceutical Quality Dextran 150 is available in the following pack sizes:
|5510 0150 8006||100 g.||500 mL wide neck, polyethylene (HDPE) container with tamper proof closure|
|5510 0150 8007||500 g.||1500 mL wide neck, polyethylene (HDPE) container with tamper proof closure|
|5510 0150 8001||5 kg.||Polypropylene container. Dextran powder sealed in double polyethylene bags|
|5510 0150 8005||50 kg.||Fiber drum with the dextran powder sealed in double polyethylene bags and alu bag
Pharmacosmos supplies Pharmaceutical Quality Dextrans to all countries. The product packing meets all national and international regulations.
WE SELL & SHIP WORLDWIDE
For larger volumes above 5 kg pr. item place request for quotation below.
Pharmacosmos is the only dextran manufacturer holding certificates from the US FDA and European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines (EDQM)
Pharmacosmos delivers a unique dextran quality through a production technology that completely avoids the use of organic solvents and a quality system that meets the strictest cGMP standards for human medicines
Pharmacosmos sells and ships directly to clients everywhere in the World. We deliver Pharmaceutical Quality Dextran of the highest standards, including those of the European Pharmacopoeia (EP), the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), and the Japanese Pharmacopoeia (JP).