Freeze Dryers

Freeze drying, also known as lyophilization or cryodesiccation, is a low-temperature dehydration method that entails freezing the product, reducing the pressure, and then sublimating the ice. All lab goals can be virtually realised with three models with temperatures ranging from -110°C to -55°C and ice condensing capacities ranging from 3 to 8 kg.


  • High chemical resistance

  • Fast freeze drying of any sample

  • Wide choice of accessories

  • Saves time

Best by design, performance and flexibility

Water can cause issues in many chemicals and products that must be tested and analysed, thus it must be removed as soon as feasible. The undeniable benefits of freeze drying over other processes are the high quality of the end product due to the low temperature utilised throughout the process, the preservation of the product’s original shape, and the great quality of the d/rehydrated product.