Fluid Air's low-temperature spray drying technology outperforms traditional heat drying methods by preserving the bioactivity and potency of active ingredients.
Fluid Air has introduced new spray drying technology to a range of Australian manufacturing industries, including pharmaceuticals.
Biotage has launched its TurboVap 96 Dual evaporator — a second-generation system with two separate and independently controlled evaporation compartments.
There is a clear need for continuous, non-batch commercial-scale drying technologies that maintain a product's thermal integrity.
It is important to identify the most appropriate sample reduction method for your application to ensure sample integrity.
When it comes to fluid beds, the Magnaflo and Mangnacoater systems are designed with high-quality elements to optimise the process and ensure quality output.
The CT50 Single OLÉ cold trap from Huber is said to offer direct, rapid cooling to temperatures as low as -50°C as well as low operating costs. Its compact design takes up minimal space on the laboratory bench.
Fluid Air has developed an electrostatic spray dyer — PolarDry. The concept utilises electrostatic technology that works by driving water/liquid to the outer shell.
Electrostatic spray drying — manufacturing heat-sensitive biomaterials and special dairy ingredients01 May, 2020 by Tiago Oliveira, Spraying System Co Pty – Fluid Air Australia, Melbourne, Australia.
PolarDry is specially designed to fulfil a gap within the powder manufacturing marketing: the processing of heat-sensitive products in a continuous regime.
PolarDry electrostatic spray drying is a novel technique developed to meet the demands and challenges associated with conventional spray and freeze drying.
Fluid Air's PolarDry Electrostatic Spray Dryer is an electrostatic system that lowers evaporation temperature and helps to eliminate active ingredient loss, degradation and denaturalisation.
Genevac has announced the second generation of its miVac centrifugal sample concentrator range. The product incorporates an improved pressure controller with intuitive programming and graphical display, making it even easier to use.
The latest version of Genevac's autostop when dry control software allows the company's EZ-2, Rocket and HT-Series evaporators to automatically detect when the samples are dry and then shut down, safeguarding valuable samples from potential thermal degradation.
The rotary evaporator Rotavapor R-300, from BUCHI, evaporates liquids for separation. The modular concept offers many options for upgrades and customisation.
UK researchers have used a Genevac miVac DNA concentrator for efficient sample preparation in a forensic method to detect residues of diclofenac in vultures and livestock animals.