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Genevac Reveals Flexible Solution for High Throughput Evaporation
Series 3 HT evaporators from Genevac provide an ideal solution for evaporation bottlenecks in high throughput medicinal chemistry, natural product and production laboratories that generate large numbers of samples for processing.
Compact in design and offering a very high capacity for a wide range of sample formats including microplates, vials, and fraction collection tubes, Series 3 HT evaporators offer the versatility and productivity to assist chemists tasked with drying large numbers of samples. The high-throughput design of a Series 3 HT evaporator allows up to 48 shallow-well microplates to be dried down at the same time, while capacity for standard 16 x 100mm fraction collector tubes is an outstanding 288 tubes per run. To increase throughput further several Series 3 HT evaporators may be run in parallel on an Infinity trolley system. Infinity is a modular trolley, designed to accommodate multiple Genevac evaporators in the optimum configuration to minimise the footprint of the supported system, freeing valuable bench or fume hood space and allowing the system to be moved easily for service access.
Available in HT-12 and HT-6 configurations, Genevac Series 3 HT evaporators are the system of choice for high throughput sample drying because of their high sample capacity, unique technology that eliminates cross contamination due to sample bumping and automated monitoring of temperature and pressure to prevent sample degradation. Benefiting from Genevac’s 25+ years of designing centrifugal evaporators, Series 3 HT systems are easy to use, reliable, robust and safe to both operator and sample integrity.
Genevac, now part of SP Scientific, was founded in 1990. Today the company employs around 65 people, with manufacturing, R&D and marketing headquartered in Ipswich, UK. Genevac offers a comprehensive portfolio of evaporators to suit almost any solvent removal application, purchasing budget or productivity requirement.