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New Small Volume Evaporator

Published: Thursday, November 08, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, November 08, 2012
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New Centrifan™ PE evaporator/concentrator for synthetic and medicinal chemists.

The new Centrifan™ PE Evaporator/Concentrator provides a low cost, safe, small volume evaporator for synthetic and medicinal chemists, as well as pharmaceutical, biotech, and university researchers.

The Centrifan™ PE dries solvents directly in the vial, increasing evaporation efficiency in users laboratory.

Proprietary self-generated blowdown technology (SBT) eliminates the potential problems with common evaporation systems such as vacuum centrifuges, rotary evaporators, nitrogen blow-down, and freeze dryers.

Synthetic and medicinal chemists will save time because the Centrifan™ PE dries samples without the monitoring required by a rotorvap.

The system also works well for processing fractions collected from flash liquid chromatography.

Pharmaceutical and university labs working with radioactive and other highly toxic compounds will appreciate the advantage of the green chemistry design.

In the Centrifan™ PE samples are dried in 20ml scintillation or other common vials and there is no need for a vacuum pump or a large supply of blow-down gas. This protects samples from loss and captures toxic vapors and materials in a closed system.


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