Fault Finding

Some of the ways in which one can find a fault in a freeze drying system is to analyze data from previous cycles, manually obtained data such as refrigeration pressures, compare operational temperatures against norms, and then make corrections to the freeze dryer based upon these findings.   In most cases finding faults is a deductive process which makes use of data of some kind that is usually readily available in the historical trends, on maintenance screens, and from data taken from SOPs which may be in place.

Expertise is needed  to extract the necessary trends and gather the data.  Should your company lack this expertise, or if you need some training to assist setting up a program to act as the basis for capturing and interpreting the data please contact us for assistance.

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