Parallel Evaporation in Heating Blocks

DrySyn Spiral Evaporator

Asynt
Nov 4, 2015

Asynt in conjunction with Biochromato (Kanagawa-ken, Japan) have developed the new DrySyn Spiral Evaporator which enables scientists to evaporate tubes directly in DrySyn synthesis blocks up to 12 samples at a time.

Many chemists in laboratories worldwide use DrySyn heating blocks to perform syntheses in parallel in flasks, tubes and vials. Combining this proven high performance labware with patented spiral plug evaporation technology from Biochromato - the DrySyn Spiral Evaporator offers fast and effective parallel evaporation in tubes without solvent bumping. The spiral air flow generated by this unique evaporation technology allows the DrySyn Spiral Evaporator to rapidly concentrate even high boiling solvents, such as DMSO, DMF and water in tubes, without heating to high temperatures.

The simple, robust design of the DrySyn Spiral evaporator uses a standard laboratory hotplate stirrer to gently heat the samples during evaporation, vacuum is provided by a regular laboratory vacuum pump.

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