- Patented vortex shearing technology
- Patented sensor endpoint detection
- Operators are freed to perform other tasks, further improving lab productivity
- No “bumping” means no re-working of samples, saving you money every week
- Solvent vapor recovery system - laboratory emissions can be greatly reduced
- User-friendly displays and diagnostics
- Convenient bench top size—no hood space required
- No need for fume hood
- Portable—no gas required applications
- Agrochemical samples
- Forensic and crime samples
- Drugs of abuse samples
- Food and beverage analysis
- Pharmaceutical biotech compounds
- Clinical samples
- Remote locations
TurboVap® 500 can evaporate volumes up to 500 mL down to complete dryness with flat bottomed vessels or to a selectable endpoint at 0.5 or 1 mL. A water bath is used to maintain stable temperature, while the cooled glassware condenser collects the solvent. The condenser technology allows for efficient and cost effective collection of hazardous waste. It also prevents losses of samples and allows for analysis to detect cross-contamination issues.
The “helical flow” of air is created by a motor-driven fan. The solvent vapors rise and enter the condenser, condense on the side walls, then run out the drain into a suitable waste or reclamation container. The two position unit accommodates 500 mL vessels with either 0.5 mL or 1.0 mL endpoint stems. Biotage delivers the most efficient and rapid solvent evaporation systems for chemistry laboratories around the world.
In environmental laboratories, concentration of large samples is often a time consuming process. TurboVap 500 efficiently concentrates organic solvent extracts to 0.5 or 1.0 mL and sounds an alarm when finished. This "load and leave" capability frees the analyst for more important work.
TurboVap® 500 is also an excellent alternative to traditional rotary evaporators used in organic synthesis. With a 500 mL solvent capacity and water bath temperatures up to 95 ºC, synthesis mixtures are processed quickly. The unique vortexing action maintains the components of interest in the solvent during evaporations and minimizes the “plating” of the compounds on the vessel walls. The open top cylindrical design of the sample tube, with a small stem at the bottom, provides an easy way to recover the products of interest when the evaporation is completed.