Pharmaceutical Grade Freeze Dryers
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Freeze Dryer Features

Temperature Ranges
-53°C, -85°C, -75°C

Condenser Features
Capacity
Condensing Rate (Liters/24 hours)
Internal vs External
Exposed Coil vs Smooth Wall
Coil vs Plate

Shelf Assembly
Bulk vs stoppering
Bottom Up vs Top Down
Latching

Refrigeration Systems
Temperature range
Compressors
Hermetic vs Scroll
Reciprocating vs Screw
Air vs Water Cooled

Vacuum pumps
Rotary Vane
Oil-Free
Roots Blower
Manifold Style
- Great for non-critical applications.
- Typically used in universities.
- No control over product
temperature or freeze drying rates.
- Product must be prefrozen.
- Condenser: -48°C or -85°C
Laboratory Shelf Style
- Shelves are cooled and heated.
- Vacuum levels are controlled.
- Typically used in research, protocol
development and small scale
production.
- H2O2 sterilizable.
- Condenser: -48°C or -85°C
Pilot and Production Scale
- Shelves are cooled and heated.
- Vacuum levels are controlled.
- Steam sterilizable (SIP) option.
- Clean in Place Option (CIP).
- Often installed in clean rooms.
- Condenser: -75°C
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Doors
Acrylic
Stainless Steel
Pizza Style Loading Door

Instrumentation
Pirani Gauge     
Capacitance Manometer
Moisture Sensor
Isolation Valve

Production features
Sterilization
-H2O2
-Steam
Clean in Place