Technology of coating substances with another material at various sizes to form nanocapsules or microcapsules is called encapsulation. Encapsulation increases the stability and shelf life of the product being encapsulated, helps the manipulation of the product, and enables controlling delivery of products at a particular site and time. The ingredient inside the capsule is called the core, and the outer wall is called the shell. The diameters of the capsules may vary from a few micrometers to a few millimeters. This technology finds applications in various sectors such as healthcare, construction, personal care, paints, oil and gas, and food and beverages.
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Keywords: Hard gelatin capsules, encapsulation, active ingredients, microspheres
Advances in Encapsulation Technologies
- Coni-Snap Hard Gelatin Capsules for Encapsulation
- Microencapsulation Technology Developed Using Food Grade Ingredients
- Unique Encapsulation Technology That Allows Enclosure of Multiple Active Ingredients
- Microspheres That are Highly Compressible
- Comparative Analysis of Innovations and IP Trends
- Strategic Insights