Freeze Dryer for Multi-User Labs

1st April 2013

Combining versatility, affordability and ease-of-use - a Virtis Benchtop K Series Freeze Dryer from SP Industries Inc. is the ideal system for busy multi-user University laboratories.

Compact Benchtop K Series Freeze Dryers are available with a choice of condenser temperatures from -55ºC to -105ºC - thereby providing an optimised tool for freeze drying all aqueous and most organic based samples. With condenser sizes ranging from 3 to 9 litres, you are able to efficiently process just a few samples or undertake multiple user applications. A wide selection of manifold accessories allows any shape or size sample container to be processed. The Benchtop K brings fast and efficient freeze drying within the budget of almost any laboratory.

Benchtop K Series Freeze Dryers are extremely efficient and easy to operate. The Sentry 2.0 Microprocessor Controller provides a user-friendly interface with full function control. Even novice operators can productively use a Benchtop K Series Freeze Dryer using single button start-up that activates all operating parameters in the correct sequence. For advanced users - powerful workstation software provides complete data collection and historical trending of freeze drying cycles.

All Benchtop K Series Freeze Dryers employ environmentally friendly CFC-free refrigeration systems.

SP Industries is a leading manufacturer of laboratory to production scale freeze dryers / lyophilizers, centrifugal evaporators and concentrators, environmental control chambers, thermal control system, glassware washers and dryers. The company sells its products under well-known brands including Hotpack, VirTis, FTS and Genevac. SP Industries has ISO 9001:2000 registered production facilities in the USA and Europe. The company continues to invest heavily in validation and commissioning competencies. With the ongoing requirements of 21 CFR Part 11 and the emergence of GAMP 4, SP Industries is uniquely positioned as a leader in compliance and GAMP 4 commitment.





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