Rotary Evaporators Datasheets

Heating Bath
from BUCHI Corporation

The essence in Rotary Evaporation. Evaporation by using a rotary evaporator is the most commonly used method to separate solvents. Every student or trainee in chemistry will sooner or later learn how to operate a rotary evaporator and estimate its simple operation, reliability and robustness. The... [See More]

  • Type: Rotory
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Application: Research & Development
Hei-Vap Precision Rotary Evap ml/HB/G1B -- 4AJ-9812459
from Carl Stuart Co.

230V. 50/60 Hz. G1 Diagonal condenser. Motor lift. Coated Glassware [See More]

  • Type: Rotory
  • Operation: Laboratory
  • Application: Distillation
23012C110 - Rotary Evaporator, Safety-Coated Dry Ice Condenser, Advanced Controller, 220V -- GO-23012-26
from Cole-Parmer

bull; Renowned systems with advanced features for ease of use. • Quick-action jack makes raising and lowering easy. • Small footprint takes up minimal lab space Includes advanced vacuum controller. Use these evaporators with flasks from 50 mL to 4 liters. Chemical-resistant PTFE and... [See More]

  • Type: Rotory
  • Tank Capacity: 1.06
  • Heat Energy: 4435
  • Equipment Size: 50 mL to 4 L
Acid Resistant CentriVap Centrifugal Vacuum Concentrator -- 7310022
from Labconco Corporation

The Acid-Resistant Refrigerated CentriVap Centrifugal Concentrator is designed to rapidly concentrate multiple small heat-sensitive samples, such as RNA and proteins, using centrifugal force, vacuum and controlled temperature. This exclusive concentrator combines a refrigeration system that cools to... [See More]

  • Type: Rotory
  • Materials of Construction: Up to 12" Diameter Centrifugal Chamber
  • Application: Chemical; Temperature-sensitive
  • Power Source: Electric