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Multiple Flask Evaporator Enhances Productivity

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The ROCKET high speed evaporator from Genevac uses the most advanced technology in evaporation science to safely remove solvent from multiple flasks in parallel enhancing your labs productivity. Designed to quickly process larger volumes of solvent in parallel and without supervision, the ROCKET can dry or concentrate six flasks, each containing up to 400ml of solvent.   Alternatively a special holder or "Puck" can replace the flask and carry 3 large vials in each position.  Free of the need to constantly monitor the evaporation process - users are free to focus on other tasks, confident that the ROCKET will achieve perfect, reproducible results every time.  If you are running 3 or more rotary evaporators at the same time, then the ROCKET is for you.

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