Ultravap blowdown evaporators
Ultravap blowdown evaporators have been designed for workflows that require consistent, reliable solvent evaporation or sample concentration. The nitrogen drydown process is ideal for lower boiling point organic solvents such as methanol, dichloromethane, hexane and acetonitrile.
The Ultravap Mini blowdown evaporator is purpose designed for low usage research and development departments where low numbers of individual plates or vials need drying. The Ultravap Mini is simple to operate and maintain. Installation requires only connection to a gas supply and standard mains socket. With manual control of the needle depth, gas temperature and flow rate, it allows fine control and quicker drying times than other standard methods. More info...
The Ultravap Gemini evaporator brings together for the first time in our range two individually temperature-regulated evaporation positions with a wide choice of head styles and configurations. This means you can dry down a 96-well deep well plate at the same time as 48 HPLC vials. More info...
The Ultravap Levante is an ideal starter evaporator for the efficient concentration of samples. The standalone instrument is designed to consistently and reproducibly evaporate organic solvents from samples. Precisely engineered to ANSI/SLAS standard, the Ultravap Levante evaporator is designed to securely fit all microplate formats and tube racks for glass vials up to 45 mm. More info...
The Ultravap Mistral, with its new flat front profile and platform shuttle, enables greater interfacing with liquid-handling robots for increased automation efficiency. Reproducible sample throughput is achieved by recent advancements in gas injection technology to directly and consistently deliver heated gas in each well and tube. More info...
Ultravap Mistral XT150
The Ultravap Mistral XT150 blowdown evaporator is designed to remove the traditional laboratory 'bottleneck' of solvent evaporation from glass tubes. The new flat front profile and platform shuttle enables greater interfacing with liquid-handling robots for increased automation efficiency. Reproducible sample throughput is achieved by recent advancements in gas injection technology to directly and consistently deliver heated gas in each tube. More info...