With the smallest footprint available, the new CentriVap micro IR Vacuum Concentrator fits in tight spaces and is ideal for small throughput in molecular biology, proteomics, genomics, genetics, cell biology and drug discovery labs.

Weighing in at only 20 pounds, this personal-sized concentrator may be easily transported from lab to lab.

Everything about the CentriVap micro IR is small except its many features. Its transparent infrared (IR) glass lid directs heat to the samples to speed evaporation and reduces cross contamination from condensation. It also includes a rotor for twenty-four small samples, a CentriZap micro IR strobe light to view samples while the rotor is spinning, a built-in diaphragm pump and glass trap — everything you need to start concentrating. Plug it in and it’s ready to use.

Features and Benefits:
• Ideal for small throughput and sample sizes
• Smallest footprint available at 8.8” wide x 10.4” deep x 8.9” high
• Teflon-coated chamber
• IR-emitting glass lid adds heat to the chamber to speed evaporation while helping to prevent condensation
• CentriZap micro IR strobe light enables the user to shine the strobe light into the chamber to easily view samples while the rotor is spinning. Samples appear to be standing still. Save time necessary to stop the rotor and lift lid to check sample dryness.
• Built-in Teflon-coated diaphragm pump resists corrosion and achieves ultimate vacuum of 160 mBar
• Microprocessor-controlled 300-watt heater speeds evaporation by supply a controlled amount of hear from 5° C to 65° C in 0.1 degree increments
• Centrifugal motion of 1700 rpm eliminates bumping and foaming
• Fast evaporation • Vacuum gauge indicates pump function
• Easy-to-read LCD display shows actual temperature during “Standby” and “Run”

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