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Evaporation of residual solvents is a most significant step involved in many sample preparation methods, e.g. for solid phase extraction in the analytical laboratory or when employing new technologies, such as combinatorial chemistry or HTS (High throughput screening). The efficient processing of large sample series requires a method that is quick, flexible, able to be automated, reproducible, gentle and ecologically friendly. The CombiDancer is the perfect solution whether you want to evaporate hundreds of milliliters or just a few microliters. It does not matter either what you want to evaporate, from the light volatile ether
derivative to aqueous or high boiling solvents, such as dimethylformamide (DMF) or dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO). Boiling delay phenomena that are often observed when freezing sensitive samples such as Acetonitril-water solutions now belong to the past.
The new ZentriMix 380R is a powerful "dual centrifuge" in which the samples are rotating very fast around their own axis during centrifugation. The forced, fast ...
The Automated Genotox solution, AUREA gTOXXs, rapidly identifies candidates with genotoxic potential utilizing human 3D tissue or cells.
AUREA gTOXXs provides additional ...
The qCell Opto combines 3T’s advanced QCM-D technology with up to 600X simultaneous microscopic observation of the sensor surface. Moreover, it features a microfluidic ...
HettCube incubators provide stable temperature uniformity allowing up to 30 % more validated usable space than a traditional incubator with the same internal volume. ...
Since the introduction of the first robotically integrated centrifuges over 25 years ago, Hettich is still setting the benchmark in centrifuge automation technology. ...