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Entry-level acid resistant evaporator

1st April 2013


The EZ-2 HCl Evaporator from Genevac provides laboratories with a highly efficient and safe means of routinely removing strongly acidic chemicals from their samples.

Incorporating Genevac proven market-leading centrifugal evaporation technology in a compact and easy-to-use benchtop model, the EZ-2 HCl can routinely handle 6N HCl solutions. The innovative design of the EZ-2 HCl presents real advantages for all chemists faced with removing both regular solvents and strongly acidic chemicals. Intuitive controls and large LCD display provide ease of use comparable to a typical rotary evaporator yet the EZ-2 HCl can process many more samples per unit time. Smart evaporator software provides true walk-away automation so simple and sample safe that anyone can use it with confidence. The proprietary pump technology combined with a visible glass condenser trap and easy access solvent drain valve make the EZ-2 HCl probably the most compact and reliable sample evaporator available.

The EZ-2 HCl uses inert and corrosion proof materials to enable high concentrations of hydrochloric acid and acid chlorides to be removed without any loss of performance or long-term deterioration in the system. These include a PTFE coated evaporation chamber, a glass condenser with FEP tubing and all metallic parts coming into contact with removed solvent manufactured from highly durable and acid resistant Hasteloy C steel.

For further information on acid resistant evaporators visit http://www.genevac.org/en/Technology.asp?S=4&V=1&Page=51 or contact Genevac on +44-1473-240000 / +1-845-687-5000 or email salesinfo@genevac.co.uk.

Genevac, a SP Industries company, was founded in 1990. Today the company employs around 85 people, with manufacturing, R&D and marketing headquartered in Ipswich, UK. Genevac today offers a comprehensive portfolio of evaporators to suit almost any solvent removal application, purchasing budget or productivity requirement.





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