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Latest series of evaporators launched

13th January 2020


SP Scientific has announced the launch of the HT Series 3i Evaporators, the updated replacements for the successful HT Series 3 evaporator range. Already established as a popular tool in solvent removal technology, the new HT Series 3i evaporators have been developed to be even more user- and environment-friendly, while enabling enhanced evaporation and lyophilisation results.

Designed for high-throughput, high-speed performance, the HT Series 3i evaporators simplify and optimise the evaporation process. Dri-Pure anti-bumping technology prevents foaming and bumping to eliminate cross-contamination and sample loss, especially ideal for scientists working with problematic samples in synthesis and purification. The high-performance dry vacuum pump, and F-Gas compliant -75°C auto-defrost and draining condenser with R449A and R170 refrigerants, ensure the fastest, controlled evaporation of all sample types, yet with the lowest environmental impact and Global Warming Potential (GWP).

The new evaporators have been designed to accommodate a wide range of options and accessories. These include sample holders for tubes, vials, flasks and 96 well plates, and options for HCl resistance, Inert Gas Purge (IGP), and exalt controlled crystallisation. The system is therefore compatible with corrosive acids, explosive solvents, and common organic solvents including high boiling point solvents such as DMSO and NMP. These extensive options ensure that the HT Series 3i range is ideal for many different applications including post-purification handling, parallel synthesis, crystallisation, compound storage and more.

For users, the intuitive touchscreen controls streamline the monitoring and review of the whole evaporation process. Simplified help screens, and improved pre-set routine and automatic programming, allow the most complex, multi-stage evaporation methods to be performed quickly and easily, even by occasional users. The compact and sleek design is unmistakably robust, and a new door actuator ensures error-free access even when in constant use.

 





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