FreeZone 6 Liter Console Freeze Dryers with Stoppering Tray Dryers are designed for lyophilizing moderate to large loads and stoppering vials or serum bottles under vacuum. The console features a front viewing window and interior space for a vacuum pump (sold separately).
The console's upright stainless steel collector coil holds 6 liters of ice before defrosting. A single 3/4 hp HCFC/CFC-free refrigeration system cools the collector to -50° C (-58° F), suitable for aqueous samples.
The Stoppering Tray Dryer features three 16.5" x 12" processing shelves. A single 1 hp HCFC/CFC-free refrigeration system and 1000-watt electric heater cool and heat the fluid medium circulating through channels in the shelves.
Lyo-Works™ OS provides a real time display of freeze dryer and tray dryer parameters on a 5" full color, capacitive touch screen. Models with PTFE-coated collectors that can withstand corrosive compounds are available.
Vacuum pump and freeze dry glassware (if not bulk freeze drying) are required (not included).
Required Accessories (Not Included)
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Know as soon as your samples reach dryness. Set up your End-Zone™ End Point Detection System to alert you when the primary drying phase is complete for up to 5 samples in 600ml or larger flasks. This video shows how to install and operate the system.
The Lyo-Works Operating System makes freeze drying easy. The large, full color touchscreen display offers clear, intuitive interactions. Learn to use these features that help you get the lyophilization results you want every time.
Take these steps to set up your new FreeZone Freeze Dryer Console. The video includes instructions for installing a multi-port manifold or a chamber with valve ports. A separate video shows how to install the benchtop version, and other videos and instruction manuals will help when installing other accessories.
Learn to troublesoot vacuum leaks in Labconco FreeZone Freeze Dry Systems
This video will walk you through all the steps to make sure everything is connected correctly the first time.
Here are some simple tips to get the best results when freeze drying. These tips can also help you avoid breaking glassware, and help you select the best method of freeze dry preparation.