Dry Ice Benchtop Freeze Dry System, -75°C, -103°F
For the laboratory with occasional lyophilization requirements, the Dry Ice Benchtop Freeze Dry System provides a simple, economical means of freeze-drying. Since dry ice cools alcohol or other heat transfer solutions to approximately 75 degrees C or -103 degrees F, the Dry Ice Benchtop Freeze Dry System is ideal for processing materials with low eutectic points. The Dry Ice Benchtop Freeze Dry System is equipped with a center well for dry ice and solvent that serves as a water vapor collector and doubles as a convenient pre-freezing bath. Flasks, serum bottles and ampules may be frozen by dipping and rotating them in the well. Type 304 stainless steel with twelve valves and a single run capacity of 1 liter. Valves accommodate either 1/2" or 3/4" flask adapters. Includes dry ice/solvent center well with 1.92 liter capacity and cover, 1/2" outside diameter port for connection to vacuum pump and 3/8" outside diameter port or connection to vacuum gauge.
• Rotary vane direct drive vacuum pump with a minimum displacement of 144 liters/minute, 0.002 mBar ultimate pressure and fitting suitable for 3/4" ID vacuum hose
FreeZone Freeze Dry Systems Catalog
Contains a selection guide, features and benefits, specifications and ordering information on the complete line of FreeZone Freeze Dry Systems, with collector capacities from 1 to 18 liters; FreeZone Triad Systems; FreeZone Stoppering Tray Dryers; FreeZone Bulk Tray Dryers; drying accessories; glassware and rotary vane vacuum pumps.
Catalogos de Sistemas de Liofolización FreeZone
Troubleshooting Vacuum Leaks in Labconco Lyophilizers
Learn to troublesoot vacuum leaks in Labconco FreeZone Freeze Dry Systems
Labconco Vacuum Pump Setup
Video describing the process of preparing a vacuum pump for installation and use with a Labconco FreeZone Freeze Dry System. Explains how to add oil, install exhaust filter, and more.
People in the lab often contact us with the question, “How long will it take to freeze dry my samples?” We wish we could give a definitive answer to this question, however the answer we have to give is: It depends. Given the numerous potential applications and conditions, the length of the freeze dry process will vary...