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Genevac Rocket 4D Synergy

  • High speed evaporation
  • High volume evaporation - Sample volumes from 50ml to 100 liters
  • Autofeed
  • Autostop
  • Unique Rocket low pressure steam heat transfer technology

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Fullly automated evaporator

Rocket 4D Synergy is a fully automated system for drying or concentrating very large volumes with no user intervention and in complete confidence. Designed primarily to evaporate large sample volumes (of 5 litres and above), with autofeed if required, the Rocket 4D Synergy can also be fitted with a removable flask rotor to accommodate the full range of Rocket Sample handling solutions such as flasks, tubes and SampleGenie.

Now you don't need to choose between flask, batch or feed evaporation. The Rocket Synergy evaporator will accommodate your process, whatever the volume. Each is capable of replacing several rotary evaporators and saving valuable bench space.

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Specifications

Specifications

Maximum rotor speed
1760rpm

Maximum G-force
700g

Drive system
Direct drive

Maximum sample load
6 x 450ml / 100 litres

Maximum inbalance
50g

Vacuum system
Pressure display: 0-1200mbar
Pressure control: Automatic, 0.5mbar to atmosphere
System ultimate vacuum: <1mbar
Bumping/foaming protection: Dri-Pure®

Temperature and control
Control range Ambient: +7°C to 60°C
Control accuracy: ±1°C
Temperature sensing: Via thermistor
Display range: 0°C to 60°C
End of method: Time or automatic
Process visualisation: Strobe & Delta T

Solvent compatibility
Boiling point range: 40°C to 160°C at ambient
Includes: Alcohols, DCM/methylene chloride, DMF, ethyl acetate, water
HCl: Not compatible

Feed configuration
Feed: 6mm OD PTFE hard wall tube
Drain: 8mm OD PTFE hard wall tube
Rinse solvent for feed system: 1 litre of compatible solvent for every 20 litres fed product
Liquid sample recovery: Via port or 3/8” or 1/2” hose barb

Dimensions
780 (W) x 640 (H) x 530 (D) mm

Weight
65 kg

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