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High Capacity Nitrogen Evaporator Quickly Dries Large Sample Batches

Sep 06 2022

Organomation has been manufacturing nitrogen blowdown evaporators for sample preparation since 1959. Sample preparation – specifically sample dry down – is a crucial process for a range of industries, including that of toxicology.

The Indiana State Department of Toxicology (ISDT) uses nitrogen blowdown as a part of their blood and drug analysis for criminal cases. Processing nearly 1,000 samples per month, the lab requires a high capacity nitrogen blowdown evaporator that can quickly dry down their large sample batches – the 100 Position MULTIVAP they purchased from Organomation has been able to do just this.

The 100 Position MULTIVAP offers the highest capacity of all Organomation evaporators and is designed to accommodate large batches of similar sized samples. The manifold has a toggle switch for every row of 10 samples, allowing each row to be shut off when evaporating batches of less than 100 samples. Its compact size allows it to take up minimal fume hood space, which is often a valuable resource in many labs.

The overall efficiency of the instrument is what attracted ISDT to it most. Water bath MULTIVAPs, like the 100 position, have some of the fastest heat up times and are able to maintain even temperatures up to 100°C. The removable sample racks allow for your samples to be pre-loaded while waiting for the bath to heat up or another batch to be evaporated. This minimizes time between batches and increases productivity.

Learn more about how the Indiana State Department of Toxicology utilizes their nitrogen blowdown evaporator for drug screen testing in criminal cases.

Since 1959, Organomation has been a leading expert in benchtop evaporation. The company specializes in parallel evaporation of small samples of up to 50 mL each. Organomation’s sample concentrators are used in laboratories worldwide.

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