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Supplier for sublimation/desublimation apparatus

Supplier for sublimation/desublimation apparatus

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Hello everyone,

I'm looking for a supplier of equipment for sublimation/desublimation in kg/day-scale.
Unfortunately googling isn't really helpful (also because most results refer to sublimation printing, not the chemical process).

Does anyone know any supplier of such equipment (preferably in Europe)?!

Thanks in advance
BR
viktor

RE: Supplier for sublimation/desublimation apparatus

My company has done sublimation on the gram scale. It was extremely slow as we had to do it at pressures near 1 mmHg.
However List Dry Processing looks like they have done it large scale.
They have some technical articles about it utilizing a piece of equipment they call the Discotherm B

RE: Supplier for sublimation/desublimation apparatus

(OP)
Thanks for your advice.
I'll contact LIST.

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