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Five questions to ask when sourcing an R&D freeze dryer

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May 2015 Freeze dryers can be complicated pieces of specialised equipment, with controlled heating, cooling and vacuum interacting with each other to provide the best drying conditions. They are used for many different types of product and there are therefore a variety of different types of syst...Read more

Five questions to ask when sourcing an R&D freeze dryer

by biopharma-admin in BPS News, BPS Right Sidebar Content

May 2015 Freeze dryers can be complicated pieces of specialised equipment, with controlled heating, cooling and vacuum interacting with each other to provide the best drying conditions. They are used for many different types of product and there are therefore a variety of different types of syst...Read more

Vapour Pressure of Ice

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The driving force behind freeze drying is the pressure differential between the product chamber and the condenser: the greater the difference, the faster the flow of vapour away from the drying product. The condenser must be significantly colder than the product for effective freeze drying. The t...Read more

Five questions to ask when sourcing a laboratory freeze dryer

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January 2015 Freeze dryers can be complicated pieces of specialised equipment, with controlled heating, cooling and vacuum interacting with each other to provide the best drying conditions. They are used for many different types of product and there are therefore a variety of different types of ...Read more

Common Misconceptions in Freeze Drying: Part 1

by biopharma-admin in Application Notes, BPS News, BPS News Cat 1, BPS Right Sidebar Content

March 2012 Freeze drying can be a complex process to handle effectively but despite improvements in analytical and process science a number of misconceptions persist. Below we look at a selection of those we encounter most often. 1.  Colder condenser temperatures mean faster freeze drying It...Read more