Small freeze dryer

Compact and efficient, our small freeze dryer is a game-changer for businesses. It rapidly preserves perishable items, retaining their quality and extending shelf life. With customizable settings and user-friendly controls, it’s perfect for small-scale operations seeking cost-effective preservation solutions. Ideal for food, pharmaceuticals, and more, this freeze dryer ensures product integrity and reduces waste, maximizing profitability for businesses of all sizes.


Introduction to small freeze dryer

  1. Compact Design: A small freeze dryer is designed to be space-saving, making it suitable for home use or small-scale operations.
  2. Preservation of Nutrients: It utilizes freeze-drying technology to preserve the nutritional value, flavor, and texture of food, ensuring high-quality dried products.
  3. Versatile Applications: Small freeze dryers are capable of drying a variety of materials, including fruits, vegetables, meats, herbs, and dairy products.
  4. Easy Operation: They are user-friendly with simple controls, making them easy to operate even for beginners.
  5. Energy Efficiency: Small freeze dryers are designed to be energy-efficient, reducing energy consumption during the drying process.
  6. Convenient Storage: The compact size of a small freeze dryer makes it easy to store when not in use, ideal for limited space environments like home kitchens.


Principle of small freeze dryer

  1. Freezing Stage: In the small freeze dryer, the process begins with freezing the product. This is typically done by lowering the temperature of the product to below freezing, which solidifies the water content.
  2. Vacuum Chamber: The frozen product is then placed in a vacuum chamber. The vacuum environment reduces the pressure, causing the frozen water in the product to sublimate directly from solid to vapor without passing through the liquid phase.
  3. Heat Application: Heat is applied to the vacuum chamber, usually through heated shelves or plates. This heat energy provides the necessary energy for sublimation, converting the frozen water in the product to vapor.
  4. Condensation: The water vapor sublimated from the product is then collected and condensed back into a liquid state in a separate condenser unit. This condensed water is removed from the system, leaving behind the freeze-dried product.
  5. Desorption: During the process, volatile substances and moisture are desorbed from the product, resulting in a dry and stable final product with preserved flavor, aroma, and nutritional content.
  6. Packaging: Once the freeze-drying process is complete, the dried product is ready for packaging. Packaging options may include vacuum-sealed bags or containers to maintain the product’s quality and shelf life.

Advantages of small freeze dryer

  1. Preservation of Nutrients: Small freeze dryers preserve the nutritional content of food and other materials by removing moisture without affecting their structure or properties.
  2. Extended Shelf Life: Freeze drying increases the shelf life of perishable items like fruits, vegetables, and meats, allowing for longer storage without compromising quality.
  3. Retention of Flavor and Texture: Freeze drying maintains the natural flavor, aroma, and texture of foods, resulting in a superior taste compared to other preservation methods.
  4. Minimal Loss of Quality: The freeze drying process minimizes the loss of color, shape, and nutritional value, ensuring high-quality end products.
  5. Versatility: Small freeze dryers can be used for a variety of materials, including food, pharmaceuticals, biological samples, and artwork, making them versatile for different applications.


Technical Parameters

Dry area0.1m20.4m20.6m2
Layer size140*278mm200*450mm300*400mm
Barrier layer3 layers4 layers4 layers
Vacuum degree15Pa15Pa15Pa
Temperature of cold trap-40℃-40℃-40℃
Voltage220V/50Hz220V/50Hz220V/ 50Hz
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