Thermo Scientific 16-Port and 24-Port Glass Block Vacuum Manifold

Thermo Scientific 16-Port and 24-Port Glass Block Vacuum Manifold
Thermo Scientific
16-Port and 24-Port
Glass Block Vacuum
Manifold
Users Guide
24-Port Vacuum Manifold 60104-233
16-Port Vacuum Manifold 60104-232
Introduction
Table of Contents
Thermo Scientific HyperSep Glass Block Vacuum
Manifolds come in 24-port and 16-port configurations.
Use with a variety of SPE columns for sample
preparation.
Product description
2
Principle of operation
2
Getting Started
3
Assembling the Manifold
6
Software Installation
9
Electrical Connection
9
Initial Setup
9
Specifications
9
Computer Requirements
9
Safety Information
10
Troubleshooting
11
Contact Information
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Product
Description
Thermo Scientific HyperSep Glass Block Vacuum
Manifolds come in 24-port and 16-port configurations.
Use with a variety of SPE columns for sample
preparation.
The system is supplied with: Glass Block, Corian Mainfold
Lid, Cover Gasket, Vacuum Gauge and Valve Assembly,
Teflon Tips, Plugs, Adjustable Collection Rack and
Manifold Safety Tray.
Principle of
Operation
2
The HyperSep Glass Block Vacuum Manifolds is an easy
way to automate solid phase extraction in a number of
different format SPE columns (1mL, 3mL, 6mL, 15mL,
25mL, and 75mL).
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Getting
Started
Unpack the HyperSep Glass Block Vacuum Manifold. The
box should contain the following items:
Figure 1: Glass Block (A)
Figure 2: Manifold Lid (B)
Figure 3: Vacuum Gauge and Valve Assembly (C)
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Figure 4: Safety Tray (D)
Figure 5: (2) Collection Rack, Top (E)
Figure 6: (2) Collection Rack, Bottom (F)
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Figure 7: Collection Rack Legs (G)
Figure 8: Collection Rack Clips (H)
Figure 9: Manifold Lid Legs (I)
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Assembling
the Manifold
Thermo Scientific HyperSep Glass Block Vacuum Manifold
is assembled as follows:
STEP 1
Insert vacuum gauge and valve assembly (C)
into the glass block (A)
illustrated in Figure 10.
Figure 10: Step 1
STEP 2
Place glass block in safety tray (D)
illustrated in Figure 11.
Figure 11: Step 2
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STEP 3
Assemble collection rack by attaching the
three collection rack legs (G) to bottom
collection rack (F - small threaded holes).
Using the collection rack clips (H), place the
second bottom collection rack (F – larger,
unthreaded holes) on to the collection rack
legs. Using the remaining clips (H), attach
the collection rack top (E) and place the
entire collection rack into the glass block (A).
Illustrated in Figure 12.
Figure 12: Step 3
STEP 4
Attach the four manifold lid legs (I) to the
manifold lid (B) in the four holes located at
the corners of the lid. Illustrated in Figure 13.
Figure 13: Step 4
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STEP 5
Complete by placing the manifold lid (B) on
top of the glass block (A). Illustrated in Figure
14.
Figure 14: Step 5
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Software
Installation
No software is required for the use of this product.
Electrical
Connection
No electrical connections are required.
Initial Setup
Once the system is installed 1mL, 3mL, 6mL, 15mL,
25mL, or 75mL SPE tubes are required for use.
Specifications
System supplied with assembled manifold lid, adjustable
collection rack, vacuum gauge and valve, and glass
block. Vacuum source required for operation.
Computer
Requirements
A computer is not required for use of this equipment.
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Safety
Information
The 16-Port and 24-Port Glass Block Vacuum Manifolds
(60104-232/233) were designed for proper function,
reliability and safety. This manual contains important
safety information. Read this manual carefully and
understand its contents before using this equipment.
Warnings:
· Do not allow the vacuum level to exceed 500mmHg.
· Care should be given when pulling wash solutions. A
liquid trap must be used to prevent liquids from reaching
the vacuum source. Direct ingestion of liquids will
damage most vacuum sources, including the oil-free
vacuum pump.
· Always wear safety glasses when working with
equipment under vacuum.
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Troubleshooting
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Finding Vacuum Leaks:
If you notice a slow flow rate or if the vacuum strength
seems weak, you may have a leak in your system. Check
the following to determine if there is a leak.
Are all of the ports being used? If you are not using all
of the ports on the vacuum manifold, you should either
cap them or use stopcocks to close them.
Are all the tubes connected? Loose or cracked tubing
are common sources of vacuum leaks.
Are all stopcocks and cartridges firmly inserted into the
ports? Twist each cartridge slightly while providing
downward pressure will seat them more firmly.
Is the manifold lid seated properly on the glass block? A
worn or torn lid gasket, damage along the rim of the
glass block, or an obstruction between the lid and the
glass block can contribute to a vacuum leak.
Is your vacuum source functioning properly? Check to
make sure your vacuum source is pulling vacuum at
levels you are expecting.
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Contact Information
To Place an Order:
USA & Canada
T +1 800 332 3331
Japan
T +81 45 453 9220
United Kingdom
T +44 (0) 1928 534 110
Switzerland
T +41 (0) 56 618 41 11
France
T +33 (0) 3 88 67 53 20
Germany
T +49 (0) 6103 408 0
China
+86-21-68654588
or +86-10-84193588
India
1800 22 8374 (toll-free)
+91 22 6716 2200
All Other Enquiries
T +44 (0) 1928 534 054
For Technical Support:
USA & Canada
Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America & Middle East
T +1 800 532 4752
E chromatography.ts@thermo.com
T +44 (0) 1928 581000
E techsupport.columns@thermo.com
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Thermo Scientific HyperSep 16-Port and 24-Port Glass Block Vacuum Manifold User Guide v1.
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