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Laboratory Automatic Freeze Dryer Lyophilizer Machine

Minimum Order Quantity : 1 PIECE Packaging Details : Wooden Box or Customized Packing
Delivery Time : 10-15 days Payment Terms : L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: Lanphan
Certification: CE ISO Model Number: ZLGJ-30

Detail Information

Product Name: Freeze Dryer Cold Trap Coil Temperature: <-75℃ (without Load)
Pumping Speed: 6L/s Water Catching Capacity: 6 Kg/24h
Cooling Method: Air-cooled Total Power: 4500 W
Main Power Supply: 220VAC, 50Hz Transportation Ambient Temperature: -40℃ To 50℃
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Product Description

Laboratory Automatic Freeze Dryer Lyophilizer Machine


Pilot Freeze Dryer Parameter


Freeze-drying area 0.4㎡
Cold trap coil temperature

<-75℃ (without load)

Ultimate vacuum

Below 10 Pa (without load)

Pumping speed 6L/s
Water catching capacity

6 kg/24h

Cooling method


Defrost mode

High-temperature defrosting

Main unit dimensions

880*735*1320 (mm)

Total power 4500 W
Material trays 4, with dimensions of 295*335*30 (mm)
Main power supply

220VAC, 50Hz

Transportation Ambient temperature

-40℃ to 50℃


Pilot Freeze Dryer Description


The principle of freeze-drying, also known as cryodesiccation or vacuum drying, involves the removal of moisture from a substance by controlling temperature and pressure to facilitate sublimation. The process operates based on the following key steps:


1. Freezing: The material to be processed is first frozen to a low temperature, typically below its freezing point. This causes the water within the material to form solid ice crystals, separating the water from the substance's solution.


2. Primary Drying: Under frozen conditions, a vacuum is applied to induce direct sublimation of the ice crystals into a gas phase without transitioning into a liquid phase. This process is known as primary drying. The water evaporates from the material as a gas, facilitated by reducing the pressure, which lowers the boiling point of the water and promotes sublimation.


3. Secondary Drying: After the primary drying process, there may still be residual adsorbed or bound water present within the material. To further reduce the moisture content, the temperature is slightly increased to facilitate the evaporation of these residual water molecules. This process is referred to as secondary drying.


The key objective of freeze-drying is the removal of moisture through sublimation without transitioning the substance into a liquid state. This helps preserve the structure and activity of the material, prolonging its stability and shelf life. Additionally, freeze-drying minimizes thermal and chemical damage to the material by operating under low-temperature and vacuum conditions.


Freeze-drying technology finds extensive applications in pharmaceuticals, food processing, biotechnology, and other industries for drying and preservation purposes. It allows for the drying and preservation of pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and food products without the need for heating, thereby avoiding degradation and preserving the activity and quality of heat-sensitive substances.


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