Top press Pilot Freeze Dryer PTPQ 2700

Top press Pilot Freeze Dryer PTPQ 2700 is a top press type unit with a condensing capacity of 6 kg / 24 h at a temperature of -70 °C. Sensor calibration function and fuzzy control system facilitates high accuracy slop control of shelf heating and cooling temperature. Low viscosity medium circulation provides uniform, high precision temperature control and drying effect. Equipped with a flexible manual and automated control mode for easy operations.

Freeze drying area 0.2 m2
Shelf temperature -50 °C to 70 °C
Condenser capacity 6 kg / 24 h
Condenser temperature -70 °C
Stoppering mode Manual
Trays 2
Shelves 2 + 1
Shelf temperature accuracy ± 1 °C
Vacuum degree ≤ 10 Pa
Vacuum pump flow rate 4 L / S
Defrosting mode ( optional ) Electrical defrosting
Cooling mode Air cooling
Refrigerant CFC free refrigerant
Bulk loading capacity ( 10 mm thickness ) 2 L
Vial capacity (Φ 22 mm) 440
Vial capacity (Φ 16 mm) 868
Vial capacity (Φ 12 mm) 1554
Power consumption 3.0 kW
Power supply 220 V / 50 Hz
110 V / 120 V / 60 Hz
Product material SUS304 Stainless steel
Shelf size 400 x 270 mm
Inter-shelf height 70 mm
Tray size 395 x 265 mm
Product dimensions 770 x 750 x 1520 mm
Weight 350 kgs
  • LCD touch screen panel ( shelf temperature control, freeze drying curves )
  • PLC controller with multiple built-in programs ( 36 segments each )
  • Pre freezing and drying on same shelf to speed up process
  • Optimum ice capture condenser function
  • Login facility with multi-level password protection for sample security
  • Transparent acrylic door for easy process observation
  • Integrated inert gas inflation valve
  • SUS304 stainless steel composition ( optional SS316 material composition )
  • Checking, storage and modification of historical curves and records in real time
  • Alarm system ( elevated temperature, vacuum degree error, operation completion )
  • USB interface to export data

Used in medicine, pharmacy, biology, pharmaceutical and food industry, research institutes, archaeological conservators, food and beverage industries