looking for suitable laboratory equipment?

Our professionals are available 24*7. You can call us any time.

To understanding
Rotary Evaporator - The Laboratory Store

Rotary Evaporator - The Laboratory Store

A rotary evaporator (or rotavap [1] / rotovap ) is a device used in chemical laboratories for the efficient and gentle removal of solvents from samples by evaporation. When referenced in the chemistry research literature, description of the use of this technique and equipment may include the phrase rotary evaporator, though use is often rather signaled by other language (e.g., …

More Product
Rotary Evaporator - Built For Visionaries

Rotary Evaporator - Built For Visionaries

A rotary evaporator, or rotavap, is a piece of equipment that efficiently and gently removes volatile solvents from your product through evaporation. The main components of a rotavap are: An evaporation flask, which contains the sample material. A motor that rotates the flask. A vacuum-sealed vapor pathway, which draws vapor off the sample.

More Product
What is a rotary evaporator? - Kalstein

What is a rotary evaporator? - Kalstein

Aug 20, 2021 A rotary evaporator is a laboratory device used for the removal or recovery of solvents at low pressure. As its name indicates, it evaporates substances through the process of distillation, to later be condensed and later its components separated one by one. These equipment have existed in laboratories around the world since the 1960s, when the ...

More Product
Rotary Evaporators Fisher Scientific

Rotary Evaporators Fisher Scientific

Bump Trap, 250mL, Rotary Evaporator, Modified, 24/40 Top Outer, 14/20 Lower Inner. Similar to CG-1320, but with the addition of two 4mm drain holes at the base of the inner tube to allow solvent to drain back into the evaporation flask. Traps have a 24/40 top outer joint and the listed size of lower inner joint.

More Product
Rotary Evaporator: Solvent Removal Cheat Sheet

Rotary Evaporator: Solvent Removal Cheat Sheet

Dec 06, 2018 An easy concept to remember for solvent removal via rotary evaporation is the 20/40/60 Rule. These numbers refer to the D20C principle. 20/40/60 Rule Use the 20/40/60 …

More Product
How to Clean Your Rotary Evaporator Blog

How to Clean Your Rotary Evaporator Blog

Dec 16, 2019 Many manufacturers will provide advice about cleaning a specific rotary evaporator’s components, but these are the basic steps: Ensure parts are adequately cooled …

More Product
How to Clean Your Rotary Evaporator Blog

How to Clean Your Rotary Evaporator Blog

Dec 16, 2019 The proper way to clean your rotary evaporator is to take it apart and wash each piece separately. Removable and washable parts include the evaporation flask, condenser, collection flask, and vapor tube. Many manufacturers will provide advice about cleaning a specific rotary evaporator’s components, but these are the basic steps:

More Product
How To Clean a Rotary Evaporator - USA Lab

How To Clean a Rotary Evaporator - USA Lab

Dec 22, 2020 The easiest and quickest way to clean a rotary evaporator is to simply flush the machine with acetone (or another solvent of your choice). While this is not the most thorough cleaning method, it is ideal for situations where time is limited. To flush a rotary evaporator with acetone, fill up a small two-neck flask around halfway with acetone.

More Product
What is a Rotary Evaporator? -

What is a Rotary Evaporator? -

Feb 14, 2022 Rotary evaporators (rotovaps) are devices employed for removing solvents efficiently via the process of evaporation. The rotary evaporation process is one of the most …

More Product
Rotavaping DMF - MJLPHD

Rotavaping DMF - MJLPHD

Jan 10, 2014 To rotavap DMF, Dow Corning high vacuum grease must be freshly applied to the joins and Keck clips used to hold the flask onto a non-reversible splash-guard. With the water bath at 55 C the vacuum will need to be lowered to 25 Torr; at 70 C the required vacuum is only 25 Torr. A 100 mL pre-weighed flask and a 500 mL non-reversible splash ...

More Product
 The Largest Selection of Rotary Evaporators!

The Largest Selection of Rotary Evaporators!

Let us help you find the perfect rotary evaporator for your lab! Call or email our team! We’re happy to answer any questions you might have. +1 603-652-1395 [email protected]

More Product
What does a rotary evaporator remove? - MakTechBlog

What does a rotary evaporator remove? - MakTechBlog

Nov 29, 2021 Rotary evaporators are the head devices used in chemical effects for the removal of the solutions. They come in various sizes and pieces to fit different projects.

More Product
Ethanol Removal in Cannabis Applications Blog

Ethanol Removal in Cannabis Applications Blog

Oct 31, 2019 One popular method to remove the ethanol is to use a rotary evaporator, although other distillation methods may be used. What is left is a high-purity cannabis oil. However, there will still be some residual solvent, even after evaporation. This is often removed by drying the oil in a vacuum oven.

More Product
Rotary Evaporation to Remove Solvent Protocol

Rotary Evaporation to Remove Solvent Protocol

Rotary evaporation is a technique commonly used in organic chemistry to remove a volatile solvent from a non-volatile compound of interest. Invented by Lyman C. Craig in 1950 the rotary evaporator, or rotovap, gently removes solvents from compounds using heat combined with reduced pressure to evaporate, dry, and purify samples for further ...

More Product
Rotary Evaporator (Rotovap) - Dartmouth College

Rotary Evaporator (Rotovap) - Dartmouth College

Rotary Evaporator (Rotovap) Even though the rotary evaporator (or rotovap for short) looks pretty complicated, it's really pretty simple. The purpose of the rotovap is to remove low boiling organic chemicals, usually solvents, from a mixture of compounds. The rotary evaporator is the method of choice for solvent removal in the modern organic ...

More Product
Rotary Evaporator Fact Sheet - UMass Amherst

Rotary Evaporator Fact Sheet - UMass Amherst

Rotary Evaporator Fact Sheet . What are Rotary Evaporators? A rotary evaporator (also called as “rotavap” or “rotovap”) is a device used in labs for the efficient and gentle removal of solvents from samples by evaporation. The picture on the right shows what a typical rotary evaporator includes. What are Potential Hazards?

More Product
Rotary Evaporator Systems 2l - 50l Rotovap USA Lab

Rotary Evaporator Systems 2l - 50l Rotovap USA Lab

Rotary evaporators are scientific instruments that effectively remove solvents from reaction mixtures. Our catalog includes rotary evaporators, auxiliary condensers, flasks, oil seal sets, and more relevant equipment. We carry several 50-liter rotary evaporators, as well as evaporators with volume capacities ranging from 2l rotovap to 50l ...

More Product
Solvent Removal - Organic Chemistry at CU Boulder

Solvent Removal - Organic Chemistry at CU Boulder

Rotary Evaporators. Rotary evaporators, or rotovaps, are standard equipment in most organic chemistry research labs. These evaporators are designed to remove solvent rapidly from solutions. In the Organic Chemistry Teaching Labs at CU Boulder, we have 5 rotovaps on carts so that we can move them to where they are needed.

More Product
Key Principles of Rotary Evaporation

Key Principles of Rotary Evaporation

Sep 30, 2021 Rotary evaporation is most often used to remove a volatile substance from a liquid mixture and is carried out using a rotary evaporator. This article will outline how rotary evaporation works, some key principles, and its applications. ... Enhanced Sustainability at the University of Oxford with the Ecodyst Hydrogen Rotary Evaporator March 21 ...

More Product
Rotary Evaporators Rotary Evaporation -

Rotary Evaporators Rotary Evaporation -

Since its invention in 1950, the rotary evaporator has been a ubiquitous scientific tool for the use of solvent removal. The rotary evaporator enables the removal of solvent in a controlled manner under vacuum. Rotary Evaporators purge the solvents from the finished product and recovers them, making the oil exceptionally pure. ...

More Product
Rotary Evaporation - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Rotary Evaporation - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Thin films of lipids are prepared by rotary evaporation from solutions in dichloromethane (CH 2 Cl 2).The lipid film is rehydrated with an aqueous solution of the reactant and/or other additives and agitated at a temperature above T c until the film has completely detached from the flask (Fig. 12.4).This results in the separation of the lipid sheets, which close on themselves to form a ...

More Product
Latest News
X

CONTACT US

If you are interested in our products, please contact us, your satisfaction is our eternal pursuit!