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RV 8 Rotary Evaporator

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The IKA Rotary Evaporator range gets a new family member - the RV 8. This new distilling system completes the existing series by adding a functional basic model. The manual lift, with ambidextrous design, allows for precise positioning of the glassware. Digital displays for rotation speed and heating bath temperature allow for optimal control of all distilling processes. New clamp mechanism to simplify the changing of evaporation flasks. 

  • Manual lift with integrated safety “lift-out-function“
  • Water/oil heating bath with integrated ergonomic carrying handles
  • Key-button with locking function for the heating bath temperature
  • Adjustable immersion angle
  • Digital displays for rotation speed and heating bath temperature
  • Single-hand operation; ambidextrous design
  • Speed range 5 - 300 rpm
  • Additional user safety through reduced 24 V power requirements within the unit
  • Compatible with the complete range of IKA RV 10 glassware
  • New clamp mechanism

Product RV 8 Rotary Evaporator
Company IKA®-Werke GmbH & Co. KG
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IKA®-Werke GmbH & Co. KG
Janke & Kunkel-Str. 10 79219 Staufen Germany

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