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Freeze dryers used for research projects need to possess flexibility, precision, and reliability to meet diverse experimental requirements and research goals. These characteristics aid researchers in conducting experiments and research work effectively.
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Product Advantage


1. Compact Size: Research projects are often conducted in laboratory or research settings, so freeze dryers need to have a small and compact design to save space and facilitate placement.

2. Versatility: Research projects may involve various types of samples and processing requirements, so freeze dryers typically feature versatility to accommodate different freeze-drying applications.

3. High Precision Control: Research projects often require high-precision temperature and vacuum control to ensure experiment accuracy and repeatability.

4. Data Logging and Monitoring: Research projects may require data logging and monitoring of the freeze-drying process, so freeze dryers usually have data recording and monitoring capabilities for researchers to track experiment progress.

5. Customizability: Research project requirements can vary greatly, so freeze dryers often offer a degree of customizability to configure and adjust according to specific needs.

6. Energy Efficiency: Research projects often involve long-running processes, so freeze dryers are typically designed with energy-efficient features to reduce energy consumption and improve efficiency.

7. Ease of Maintenance: Research projects often require frequent maintenance and cleaning, so freeze dryers are typically designed with structures that are easy to maintain and clean.


Technical Parameters


Model


SY-20F

Standard

SY-20F

Stoppering

Freeze Drying Area

0.3

0.2

Cold Trap Temperature

<-75 (no-load)

<-75 (no-load)

Vacuum Level

Pa

≤1 (no-load)

≤1 (no-load)

Shelf Temperature Range

-55-+70 (no-load)

-55-+70 (no-load)

Maximum ice capacity

kg/24h

≥6

≥6

Number of Shelf Layers

pcs

3+1

2+1

Material Tray

mm

400×270

400×270

Shelf Spacing

mm

70

100

Overall Power

kW

3

4

Weight

kg

300

300

Dimensions

mm

1033×781×1580

1033×781×1704

Loadable Materials

L

3

2

Defrost Mode

-

Electric Defrost

Electric Defrost

Safety Devices

-

Audible Alarm, Emergency Stop Switch, Overpressure Protection

Power Supply

-

Single-phase 3-wire, 220 volts

Single-phase 3-wire, 220 volts


Product Uses


1. Biomedical Research: Used for freeze-drying proteins, antibodies, cells, and other biological samples for laboratory research.

2. Pharmaceutical Development: Employed to prepare drugs, vaccines, biologics, etc., to enhance their stability and shelf life.

3. Food Science: Utilized to study novel food products, improve food texture, and preserve foods, such as freeze-dried fruits, coffee, and dairy products.

4. Materials Science: Applied for preparing nanomaterials, thin films, coatings, and porous materials for use in electronics, energy, and nanotechnology.

5. Environmental Science: Used to analyze and test organic compounds and pollutants in soil and water samples, contributing to the study of environmental pollution and ecosystem restoration.

6. Geology: Employed to prepare rock and mineral samples for analysis and geological exploration.

7. Textile and Pulp Industry: Used to enhance the performance of fiber materials, like pulp, textiles, and insulation materials.

8. Chemical Engineering: Utilized for freeze-drying chemicals, dyes, catalysts, etc., to improve their stability and ease of handling.

9. Archaeology and Cultural Preservation: Used to preserve cultural heritage, ancient artifacts, and archaeological samples.

10. Space Science: Employed for preparing spacecraft components, celestial samples, and cosmic dust for space research and exploration.

11. Agricultural Science: Used to research and improve crops, seeds, and soils to enhance agricultural production and food supply.

12. Virology and Microbiology: Applied for freeze-drying viruses, bacteria, and fungi samples for research and medical diagnostics.


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FAQ


In scientific research, the most common issues when using freeze-drying machines include:

Lack of Operational Skills: Being unfamiliar with the operation and control of the freeze-drying machine can lead to sample failure or poor results.

Improper Sample Preparation: Incorrect sample preparation, such as failure to pre-cool or freeze samples, can lead to issues during the drying process.

Vacuum Pump Problems: Malfunctioning vacuum pumps or inadequate vacuum levels can affect the effectiveness of freeze-drying.

Inaccurate Temperature Control: Problems with the temperature control system can result in overheating or overcooling of samples, affecting the drying process.

Improper Equipment Maintenance: Irregular equipment maintenance can lead to decreased performance of the freeze-drying machine, impacting work efficiency.

Addressing these issues typically requires training and operational experience to ensure the correct use and maintenance of the freeze-drying machine for reliable research results.



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