What is Freeze Dryer?
The lab freeze dryer (also known as lyophilizer) originated from the vacuum freeze-drying technology in the 1820s. It refers to a process in which solid materials are directly sublimated into a gaseous state under vacuum conditions without going through the liquid phase. During the freeze-drying process, the original chemical structure and morphology of the solute will not be destroyed. In addition, the biologically active material can still restore the conformation and biological function before freeze-drying after being re-dissolved. Compared with other drying methods, vacuum freeze-drying technology has incomparable advantages, so this technology is increasingly widely used in biology, medicine, food, environment, etc.
Features of Freeze Dryer
- Heat-sensitive substances will not be denatured or inactivated.
- Greatly reduce the loss of some volatile components in the substance.
- The growth of microorganisms and the action of enzymes are eliminated, so the original characteristics can be maintained.
- Keep the original structure without concentration.
- Avoid surface hardening caused by general drying methods.
- The product can be stored for a long time without deterioration.
- Each model is available in 4 types： Ordinary, Top-Press, Ordinary Multi-Manifolds, and Top-Press Multi-Manifolds.
Types of Freeze Dryer
Silicone Oil Heating Freeze Dryer
Applications of Freeze Dryer
- Biological specimens and biological tissues: For example, the production of various animal and plant specimens, dry preservation of skin, bones, aorta, heart valves and other marginal tissues used for animal xenograft or allogeneic transplantation.
- Environmental protection: freeze-drying of soil and sludge samples.
- Food drying: such as coffee, tea, meat, fish and eggs, seaweed, fruits, vegetables, seasonings, tofu, convenience foods, etc.
- Biopharmaceuticals: vaccine powder injection, interferon, orally disintegrating tablets, serum protein and plasma, enzymes, cosmetic skin tissues, etc.
- Scientific research: freeze-drying samples of drug research and development, polymer synthesis, nanomaterials, soil testing, food testing, etc.
- Disease prevention and resistance: freeze-drying of bacteria, viruses, etc., pretreatment of physical and chemical laboratory samples.
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