New Product: Labconco CentriVap® micro IR Vacuum Concentrator
Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Location: Kansas City, Missouri, USA
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LabX Member since October 2005.
In business since 1925.
Labconco Corporation, or Laboratory Construction Company as it was first named, was founded in 1925 by Ralph Callaway and Phil Goldfisch. The company's first product was a Kjeldahl Nitrogen Determination Apparatus which agricultural laboratories used to test the protein content of feeds and grains. To our customers, we look forward to bringing you closer to discovery by providing innovative and reliable products to protect your laboratory environment.
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CentriVap® micro IR Vacuum Concentrator uses infrared heat to speed sample evaporation process
The CentriVap micro IR Vacuum Concentrator has the smallest footprint available so it fits in tight spaces and is ideal for small throughput in molecular biology, proteomics, genomic, genetics, cell biology and drug discovery labs. Weighing only 20 pounds, this personal-sized concentrator may be easily transported from lab to lab.
Its transparent infrared (IR) glass lid directs heat over the samples to speed evaporation and reduce cross contamination from condensation. It includes a PTFE-coated aluminum rotor that holds 24 small 1.5ml microcentrifuge tubes, but 4 other rotors for different sized vials are available. The 300-watt heater functions in IR, IR & Heat, or Heat only with temperature ranges from 35°C (95°F) to 65°C (140°F) in 0.1 degree increments. Also included is a PTFE-coated aluminum chamber and a built-in PTFE-coated diaphragm pump with ultimate vacuum of 160 mBar and displacement capacity of 5.5 liters/minute. There is a built-in 75ml glass trap, an analog vacuum gauge, and a CentriZap micro IR strobe light to view samples while the rotor is spinning.
This petite concentrator has everything needed to start concentrating—just plug it in and begin processing.
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