Lyophilisation is a low-temperature dehydration process for preserving sensitive materials. During freeze-drying, or cryodesiccation, a sample is freeze-dried, the pressure is lowered, and ice is removed by sublimation. This creates an exceptional quality product that maintains its shape.
This crucial process is used in research and development by scientists working in various fields, including the pharmaceutical, biochemical, biological and food industries.
We recognise that you may need to lyophilise samples for different reasons, including making them stable or for sample analysis. If required, we may combine DSC with lyophilisation to successfully lyophilise your product. DSC is a powerful tool that is widely used to design and develop successful lyophilisation cycles.
Whatever your specific needs, we provide a bespoke lyophilisation service shaped around your research. We advise you to contact us and discuss your specific requirements.
We use LyoBeta Mini and a Telstar freeze dryer to perform a range of lyophilisation processes. This freeze-drying unit is designed to provide the entire freeze-drying process fully automatically and with accurate monitoring. There is a wide range of substances that can be freeze-dried. These include, but are not limited to:
- Plant extracts
- Blood plasma
Our system can support a shelf temperature range from -55 to +70°C, and the condenser can reach -85°C. There are temperature sensors inside the lyophiliser to monitor product temperature throughout the process.
Chemists at our advanced, ISO-accredited laboratories in Greece and Switzerland can lyophilise products to the highest standards at affordable prices.
We have developed strict protocols and processes, coupled with unrivalled industry knowledge to support your research project.
We aim to become a trusted partner to you and your organisation, becoming an integral part of your research team.
How to order
- We work closely with our customers to provide analytical processes and tests that meet exacting requirements.
- To begin the process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know which service you are interested in and any special requirements you have.
- We will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your needs and provide details on the next steps.