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Laboratory dryer simulates production steps

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Heinkel Drying and Separation Group

Heinkel Drying and Separation Group

The fully equipped laboratory dryer BS-miniDRY (photo) has a mobile and compact design. It is easy to install and enables “plug-and-play” operation. The BS-miniDRY can simulate complex processes and production steps, such as drying under vacuum. Because it is identically designed as a larger, production-scaled conical screw dryer, the BS-miniDRY is especially suitable for scaleup and processing of, for example, bulk solids and active pharmaceutical ingredients. It is characterized by gentle product handling, reliable operation, and works with very small amounts of product. — Heinkel Drying and Separation Group, Besigheim, Germany

www.heinkel.de

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