Evaporators for parrallel chemistry
Genevac has developed an option for its EZ-2 and HT Series II that provides resistance to acidic materials.
The group’s reactors are used in a range of parallel chemistry applications including removal of reaction solvents between stages of a multi-step synthesis and removal of strong acids of bases when changing salt forms.
Genevac has developed a special option for their EZ-2 and HT Series II evaporator that provides a high level of resistance to acidic materials including trifluoracetic acid, concentrated hydrochloric acid and concentrated nitric acid.
Other applications include:
- Removing purification solvents following normal phase, reverse phase or chiral separations.
- Drying a large volume directly into a small storage container.
- Reverse phase HPLC fractions may also be safely dried into weighable solids using FastLyo.
The EZ-2 and HT Series II evaporators are designed for working with smaller samples in plates, tubes and vials.
When working with large volume samples in flasks - then the ROCKET evaporator is the most suitable, productively concentrating or drying up to six 450ml flasks or 18 ASE tubes in parallel.
The group’s latest evaporators are designed to be resistant to highly corrosive acids in chemistry labs.
The miVac concentrator claims to have operational benefits compared to ’blowdown’ evaporation systems.
The Rocket evaporation system claims to provide a better alternative to rotary evaporators for drying of natural product extracts.
SampleGuard temperature control enables evaporators to automatically detect when samples are dry.
Genevac, a supplier of solvent removal technologies, offers a range of evaporator systems optimised for environmental analysis.