Versatile Evaporator Available in Different Optimised Configurations
Dec 06 2017 Read 350 Times
The compact benchtop EZ-2 Series evaporator from Genevac has been designed to meet or exceed the solvent removal needs of most laboratory scientists.
Using the most advanced proven technology in evaporation science, the EZ-2 Series has been designed specifically for solvent removal in many areas of scientific research, whether concentration of samples or complete drying is required.
For many applications an optimised EZ-2 evaporator is available to suit your solvent removal needs. The EZ-Envi is created specifically for concentration of volatile solvents prior to analysis, the EZ-Standard for drying water and volatile solvents, the EZ-2 Plus for working with solvents with higher boiling points up to 165°C and the EZ-2 Elite for more difficult solutions such as DMSO and NMP, or fast freeze drying. EZ-2 evaporators can be further modified for the most difficult and hazardous solvents, a special model exists for those working with potentially explosive solvents such as diethyl-ether. Alternatively, for laboratories who remove concentrated acids and acid chlorides, a corrosion resistant construction EZ-2 HCl is the system of choice.
Each EZ-2 evaporator is compatible with a wide selection of sample holders enabling evaporation from sample container formats including round-bottom flasks up to 500ml, tubes up to 150mm long, vials, and custom reaction blocks as well as shallow and deep-well microplates.
Running an EZ-2 evaporator is easier than a rotary evaporator. Just load your samples, select maximum safe temperature for samples, select solvent type and hit start. Offering true unattended operation through use of pre-programmed methods an EZ-2 Series evaporator requires minimal user training, even a beginner can competently use the system within 5 minutes.
For further information on the EZ-2 Series evaporator family please visit please visit www.evaporatorinfo.com/info9.html.
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