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Labconco™ RapidVap™ Vetex+ ™ Dry Evaporators

Speeds evaporation of up to 50 samples at the same time using dry heat and nitrogen blow down

Manufacturer: labconco™  LCN7320040

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Aluminum block, Sample tubes, Nitrogen source with flow rate of at least 6.5 CFM

Catalog No. 10-269-675

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Description & Specifications


Voltage 230V
Height (English) 13 in.
Height (Metric) 33cm
Width (English) 20.4 in.
Width (Metric) 51cm
Wattage 900w
Hertz 50/60Hz
Amperage 4A
Certifications/Compliance ETL, ETL-C
Material Epoxy coated Steel
Electrical Requirements 230V 50/60Hz
Display LCD
Includes Temperature probe, built-in exhaust fan with blower, 6 ft. or 2 in. I.D. Polyethylene exhaust hose with clamp and 6 ft. of flexible Polyethylene tubing for Nitrogen supply with John Guest™ fitting
Run Time 1 to 999 min.
Pressure Range 0 to 3.1
Total Count 50.0
Weight (English) 35 lb.
Weight (Metric) 15.9kg
Plug Type North American
Warranty 1 Year

Key Features

  • Dry heat eliminates a potential source of cross contamination and reduces maintenance compared to water baths
  • Nitrogen blow down reduces the partial pressure directly over the liquid to speed evaporation and help remove solvent as it evaporates
  • Five nitrogen control valves with on/off switches; each valve controls a row of 10 nozzles allowing nitrogen to be conserved during partial runs
  • Front-mounted pressure regulator with analog display of pressure from 0 to 45 psi in 2 psi increments
  • Microprocessor-controlled heater supplies heat to the block and is programmable from 30° to 100°C in 1°C increments
  • Timer may be set from 1 to 999 min.
  • Memory stores up to 10 programs

Additional Features

  • Touchscreen programming
  • LCD display
  • Epoxy-coated steel exterior
  • Glass lid provides visibility of samples and is resistant to chemicals
  • Small footprint

Ideal for preparation of samples in a variety of applications including drug discovery, clinical analysis, environmental testing, agrochemistry, and forensic evidence processing.