New Cold Trap for Fast Evaporation Tasks in the Laboratory
Jan 07 2021 Read 342 Times
The Huber CT50 cold trap offers direct, rapid cooling to temperatures as low as -50°C as well as low operating costs. Its compact design takes up minimal space on the laboratory bench. Thanks to the natural refrigerant, the cold trap works in an environmentally friendly manner. It is also robust and durable due to the high-quality materials used in its manufacture. The evaporator is made of stainless steel, and on request can be coated with resistant polytetrafluoroethylene, ceramic polymers etc. The cold trap comes with a drip tray, and a glass accessory set is also available to order.
The CT50 Single OLÉ cold trap means that evaporation tasks in the laboratory are now even easier and cheaper. It has been specially developed to offer highly efficient solvent recovery in laboratory conditions. The CT50 cold trap can be connected to rotary evaporators or any other application requiring low temperatures for solvent recovery.
Operating the cold trap is easy and convenient thanks to the modern OLÉ controller. The controller facilitates everyday tasks through practical features such as its bright OLED display with menu navigation, plus USB and RS232 connections for data transfer.
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