A rotary evaporator (or rotavap/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”, through use is often rather signaled by other languages (eg, “the sample was evaporated under reduced pressure”).
Rotary evaporators are also used in molecular cooking for the preparation of distillates and extracts.
– Solvent-resistant PTFE and Viton gaskets ensuring long time operation.
– Specialized motor with extremely compact, intermeshed worm and worm gear provides precise driving for very quiet, vibration-free operation.
– Easy, straight-forward visual operation with digital speed and temperature display.
– PID temperature controller ensures accurate temperature control is maintained.
Rotary vacuum evaporators are efficient laboratory distillation units for applications like standard solvent distillations, concentration of reaction mass or solutions, separation of solvents from extracts, crystallization and powder drying. It always used in several big industrials, including but not limited to: Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, chemicals, cosmestics and many more .