The UNIVAPO-GYRATOR-Evaporation System is ideal forpreparationofsamples in variety of application in drugdiscovery,agrichemistry,mycology testing and environmental analysis. The GYRATOR processes large volume samples up to 10 timesfasterthantraditional centrifugal evaporation methodes, it isidealforpreparation of samples in variety of applications intoxicologytestingand biotechnology research. The Gyrator is compact, easy to program and accommodates interchangeable sample blocks.
Vortexing Evaporation System
Through the direct innovative heating of the rotor and the rotor chamber we reach a perfect heating transfer to the samples. Convenient, easy to program the Parameters of time, temperature and vortexing speed. They can be easily set with the touch of a few buttons on the control panel. Through the Vortex-movements big quantities can be evaporated in a short time. The UNIVAPO-GYRATOR-Evaporation System is ideal for preparation of samples in variety of application in drug discovery, agrichemistry, mycology testing and environmental analysis. The GYRATOR processes large volume samples up to 10 times faster than traditional centrifugal evaporation methodes, it is ideal for preparation of samples in variety of applications in toxicology testing and biotechnology research. The Gyrator is compact, easy to program and accommodates interchangeable sample blocks. Rotor: we design and customize rotors for every possible request. Vertical position of glass tubes spends higher content for better evaporation rate.
Specifications: External dimensions (wxdxh): 350x430x415mm. Max. temperature : max. 80°C. Heating power : 1100W. Chamber diameter: 295mm, Teflon coated chamber. Weight: 23kg. Max. capacity: 6 x 300ml tubes (optional adapter for 6 x 600ml). Speed up to: 1200rpm (in reference of rotor). Orbit: 6mm.
The Benefits of Vortex Motion
The vortex motion of the GYRATOR Vortexing Evaporation System optimizes evaporation and recovery of analytes. Each tube moves in a gentle orbital motion. A microprocessor controls the speed of motion desired. This agitation causes the liquid sample in the tube to form a vortex-like configuration which greatly increases the sample´s surface area and ability to evaporate. Vortex motion also helps to mix the components in the liquid sample so the end point sample better represents the pre-processed mixture. The vortexing feature allows solvent exchange and/or resuspension procedures to be performed while samples remain in the rotor-block, thus saving time and additional glassware handling steps. Finally, as the liquid forms the vortex shape, a centrifugal force is established which forces the liquid outwards against the tube walls. This force helps prevent bumping and potential loss of sample so recovery is enhanced.