The RapidVap® system uses vortex motion, vacuum and heat to prepare samples for a variety of applications including drug discovery, agrichemistry, mycology testing and environmental analysis. Up to 110 samples may be processed at once. Exclusive features include microprocessor-controlled vacuum level; micro-processor controlled 1000-watt dry block heating system; micro-processor controlled vortex motion; maintenance-free microprocessor-controlled motor; phenol-free gasket; audible alarm. Other features include automatic vacuum release; PTFE-coated aluminum chamber and sample blocks; glass lid with Lexan shield; dual lid clamps; and easy-to-read LCD display. The cabinet base is epoxy-coated cast aluminum. The upper housing is solvent-resistant, smooth acrylic/PVC thermoplastic.
Models with the Lid Heater feature a 40-watt heater bonded to the glass lid that electrically connects to the RapidVap® via a receptacle on the back of the housing. Heating the lid helps eliminate condensation caused by evaporating high boiling point solvents.
Models with RS-232 link use vortex motion, vacuum and heat to prepare samples for a variety of applications including drug discovery, agrichemistry, mycology testing and environmental analysis. The RS-232 Link permits all front panel functions from a user-supplied personal computer. Functions which may be remotely controlled include preheat, vortex speed, temperature, time and vacuum. Two-way link allows RapidVap® to control incoming commands as well as provide outgoing status. Communications are in standard ASCII format.
Required Accessories: Vacuum Pump, Block, Glassware