5L rotary vacuum evaporator has an advanced temperature control mechanism to ensure accurate and stable heating conditions. With a wide temperature range and precise adjustment, it can achieve the best evaporation effect for many kinds of samples.
|Speed Adjustment Range
||-0.095 MPa or less
|Temperature Adjustment Range
||Room temperature -99/180°C
|Temperature Setting Display
||Key input, digital display
|Speed Setting Display
||Button setting, digital display
||Vertical double serpentine condenser
||PTFE+Teflon combined seal
|Water Bath Size
|Applicable Smbient Temperature
|Power Supply Voltage
- PTFE and fluororubber dual sealing ensure high vacuum degree.
- The exhaust nozzle of the condenser is positioned below for safer connection with the vacuum tube.
- The rotary vacuum evaporator has a modular design with strong scalability.
- Convenient lifting operation to avoid movement of the glass parts, ensuring safety and ease of use.
- The rotational speed and bath temperature are displayed digitally and controlled by PID for high temperature control accuracy.
- The bath is separated from the 5L rotary evaporator, allowing flexible configuration.
Rotary evaporators are commonly used in laboratories and industries for efficient solvent evaporation and concentration processes, such as in pharmaceutical research, chemical synthesis, and essential oil extraction.
Tips: Can a rotary evaporator be used for vacuum distillation?
Yes, a rotary evaporator can be used for vacuum distillation. In fact, vacuum distillation is one of the primary applications of a rotary evaporator.
A rotary evaporator is a laboratory instrument that allows for gentle and efficient evaporation of solvents by lowering the boiling point of the liquid under vacuum conditions. It consists of a rotating flask that is partially immersed in a heated bath, which facilitates the evaporation of the solvent. The vapors produced are condensed and collected in a separate flask.
When performing vacuum distillation with a rotary evaporator, the vacuum is applied to the system to reduce the pressure inside the apparatus. By lowering the pressure, the boiling point of the solvent decreases, allowing for distillation to occur at lower temperatures, which helps preserve heat-sensitive compounds. The vacuum also helps to remove volatile solvents more effectively, enhancing the efficiency of the distillation process.
In summary, a rotary evaporator is an effective tool for performing vacuum distillation due to its ability to create a controlled environment of reduced pressure, enabling distillation at lower temperatures and improved separation of volatile compounds.