Sample Safe Concentration of Extracted Samples

SP Scientific has chosen Pittcon 2010 (Orlando, USA) for the global launch of its new company name at well as exhibiting a range of exciting new innovations for its Rocket Evaporator.

Visitors to Booth 2429 will be able to see the Puck - a new accessory that extends the sampling versatility of the Rocket Evaporator to simultaneously accommodate up to 18 Accelerated Solvent Extractor (ASE®) tubes. This new development makes the system ideally suited to environmental, food and agricultural scientists that commonly employ solvent extraction techniques and require concentration of extracted samples prior to analysis. Benefiting from a patented low temperature, low pressure steam heating technology - the ASE Compatible Rocket Evaporator is able to uniquely achieve the dual goals of very fast evaporation with very precise temperature control thereby accelerating the safe concentration of extraction samples. Evaporation of ASE tubes is fast, safe and provides excellent recoveries of even the most volatile analytes. In addition proprietary Dri-Pure® technology prevents solvent bumping and cross contamination inherent with rotary evaporator and other vacuum evaporation systems.

Mark Shon, Vice President Sales and Marketing commented, "We have chosen Pittcon - the world's premier analytical instrument show - to also launch our new SP Scientific company name". He added "The focal point of our worldwide business is scientific instruments including freeze dryers / lyophilizers, centrifugal evaporators and concentrators, environmental control chambers, thermal control system, glassware washers and dryers. Through our existing brands - Genevac, Virtis, Hotpack and FTS Systems - SP Scientific will continue its strategy of innovative product development, maintaining close consultative cooperation with its customers and offering international benchmark quality products, service and support".

For further information please visit Pittcon Booth 2429 or contact SP Scientific Inc. on +1-845-687-5303 or email

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