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Freeze-Drying Vial System

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Freeze Drying Vial SystemThe Freeze-Drying Vial System (FDVS) platform from Linkam Scientific Instruments Ltd. is a lyophilisation system to replicate large-scale freeze-drying processes.

The chamber system features the capability to house up to seven lyophilisation vials. By incorporating vials, the FDVS works with greater sample volume and uses enough material to better simulate large-scale industrial processes while minimizing sample wastage. The unit is supplied on an ergonomically designed table housing the controller units with the stage, optical microscope and imaging system mounted on top. By keeping the system compact, it conserves vital benchtop space.

The optical system can be controlled in the X, Y and Z axes with a 10× darkfield lens mounted in line with the freeze-drying stage to meet the needs of developing freeze-drying protocols within the pharmaceutical industry.

Apr 2017

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