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Blow-off evaporator

Blow-off evaporators direct inert gas (e.g. nitrogen) through needles onto samples in tubes, vials or on microtiter plates, thus removing solvents. In doing so, they often must be operated at 60°C or higher temperatures to concentrate samples in a relatively short time. For many laboratories, dissolving samples in low boiling point solvents is not always feasible. To effectively remove water and other high boiling point solvents, vacuum concentration is widely considered the only effective method.

Blow-off evaporator

Blow-off evaporators direct inert gas (e.g. nitrogen) through needles onto samples in tubes, vials or on microtiter plates, thus removing solvents.
In doing so, they often must be operated at 60°C or higher temperatures to concentrate samples in a relatively short time. For many…

Blow-off evaporators direct inert gas (e.g. nitrogen) through needles onto samples in tubes, vials or on microtiter plates, thus removing solvents.


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