RapidVap Evaporation Systems Catalog

RapidVap Evaporation Systems Catalog
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RAPIDVAP
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E VA P O R AT I O N S Y S T E M S
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RAPIDVAP® EVAPORATION SYSTEMS
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An Overview
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An Overview
RapidVap Evaporation Systems are multiple-sample
evaporators that use a combination of gentle forces —
RapidVap® Vacuum
Evaporation Systems
vortex motion and heat with either vacuum or nitrogen
Features and Benefits
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Control Panel
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Evaporation Rates
6
Specifications
7
Accessories
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blow down — to quickly reduce samples to dryness or an
end point volume. These systems have sleek styling and
robust programmability. Up to 9 different protocols may
be entered into memory so exact test parameters can be
easily repeated.
RapidVap® N2 and N2/48
Evaporation Systems
Features and Benefits
10
RapidVap Systems are built to resist attack from strong
Control Panel
12
chemicals. The chamber and sample block are Teflon*-
RapidVap N2 Evaporation
Zone™ and Cool-Zone™
13
RapidVap N2
Evaporation Rates
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RapidVap Systems are offered; to accelerate evaporation,
RapidVap N2 Specifications
15
one utilizes vacuum and the other utilizes nitrogen
coated and all mechanical components such as bearings
blow down.
RapidVap N2/48
Evaporation Rates
16
RapidVap N2/48
Specifications
17
Accessories
18
RapidVap® Recovery Data
are isolated from chemical fumes and vapors. Two distinct
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The Heat Advantage
Heat helps speed the evaporation process. A precisely controlled dry
heating system in direct contact with the sample block supplies heat up
to 100° C. Unlike water bath heaters, dry heat requires no maintenance
and adds no potential source of contamination. The heater may be used
to preheat the block prior to loading samples and/or may be activated
during the run to overcome evaporative cooling effects by volatile
solvents. The heater orbits with the vortexing block so lower heater
temperatures are required.
The Benefits of Vortex Motion
The vortex motion of RapidVap Evaporation Systems optimizes
evaporation and recovery of analytes. Each tube moves in a gentle orbital
motion. A microprocessor controls the speed of motion desired. This
agitation causes the liquid sample in the tube to form a vortex-like
configuration which greatly increases the sample’s surface area and
ability to evaporate. Vortex motion also helps to mix the components in
the liquid sample so the end point sample better represents the
pre-processed mixture. The vortexing feature allows solvent exchange
and/or resuspension procedures to be performed while samples remain in
the block, thus saving time and additional glassware handling steps.
Finally, as the liquid forms the vortex shape, a centrifugal force is
established which forces the liquid outward against the tube walls. This
force helps prevent bumping and potential loss of sample so recovery
is enhanced.
* Teflon® is a registered trademark of E. I. Dupont.
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The gentle agitation of the
sample tube causes the
liquid to form a vortex-like
configuration which
increases the sample’s
surface area and ability
to evaporate.
RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation Systems
The RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation System uses vacuum,
heat and vortex motion to speed evaporation.
The RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation System is ideal for preparation of samples in a variety of applications including drug
discovery, agrichemistry, mycology testing and environmental analysis. The system uses vacuum along with heat and
vortex motion to help speed evaporation and provides an alternative to traditional centrifugal evaporation methods. A
microprocessor provides precise control of the vacuum level so that bumping can be minimized, preventing loss of
sample. A port on the back of the RapidVap Vacuum System allows attachment to an accessory diaphragm or rotary
vane vacuum pump.
The RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation System accommodates seven different, interchangeable accessory sample blocks
holding sample volumes from just a few milliliters to as large as 450 milliliters. The blocks hold more samples than ever
before, offering greater throughput. As many as 110 each 12 or 13 mm tubes may be loaded at once. Additional blocks
accommodate various tube types including conical centrifuge tubes and scintillation vials. Custom blocks to fit special
glassware configurations such as VOA vials are also available.
RapidVap N2 and N2/48 Evaporation Systems
The RapidVap N2 and N2/48 Evaporation Systems offer a
more efficient, automatic alternative to Kuderna-Danish
and rotary evaporators. In these systems, a stream of
nitrogen or dry gas is directed downward onto the surface
of the sample. Nitrogen blow down reduces the partial
pressure directly over the liquid to speed evaporation and
help remove the solvent as it evaporates. Nitrogen may be
programmed for two, four, six or all eight tube locations.
On the RapidVap N2/48, eight clusters of six ports each
allow for up to 48 small samples. Various blocks hold
different sample sizes, from 4.5 to 26 milliliters.
The block that comes with the RapidVap N2 holds eight
large samples, up to 450 milliliters each, making it
efficient for environmental and residue testing. An
accessory block that holds eight 170 milliliter tubes is
also available. In many of these applications, the samples
should not go to dryness. The unique Cool-Zone™ block
and tube design significantly reduces the evaporation rate
after end point is achieved. The Cool-Zone insulates the
samples and allows the researcher adequate time before
the samples reach dryness to remove them or to perform
solvent exchange procedures. Alarms that signal when
timed end point has occurred and when the RapidVap
senses that the process is nearing completion allow for
unattended operation.
In the RapidVap N2/48 Evaporation System, nitrogen
blow down, heat and vortex motion combine to quickly
reduce multiple samples.
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Glass lid with Lexan* shield
Phenol-free gasket
Dual lid clamps
Easy-to-read
LCD display
Teflon-coated
aluminum chamber
Microprocessor-controlled
1000-watt dry block
heating system
Teflon-coated aluminum
sample block (sold separately)
800-821-5525
Microprocessor-controlled motor
* Lexan® is a registered trademark of General Electric Company.
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Features and Benefits
Faster evaporation rates, greater throughput.
Vortex action, heat and vacuum combine to accelerate
evaporation. Up to 110 samples may be processed at
once. See page 6 for evaporation rates. See page 20 for
recovery rates.
Microprocessor-controlled vacuum level
speeds evaporation.
Microprocessor controls vacuum at a preset level.
Rear-mounted 1/2" OD port attaches to a vacuum pump
(sold separately).
Automatic vacuum release.
Vacuum is automatically released in the event of power
failure.
Microprocessor-controlled 1000-watt dry
block heating system.
Speeds evaporation rate by supplying a controlled amount
of heat from ambient up to a maximum of 100° C to the
sample block. The heater and block move in tandem for
more efficient heat transfer. Unlike water baths, the dry
heating system adds no potential source of contamination
and requires no maintenance.
Microprocessor-controlled vortex motion
increases surface area for faster evaporation.
Vortex action continually mixes the sample, helps
contain analytes in the solvent, minimizes bumping and
maximizes sample recovery. It also performs a time-saving
function in resuspension and solvent exchange
procedures.
Maintenance-free
microprocessor-controlled motor.
Alarm signals completion of run allowing
samples to be left unattended while
evaporating to desired end point.
The RapidVap Vacuum System has two means to signal
completion of a run. With the first method, the operator
sets the end point time and when set time has expired an
audible alarm sounds and the RapidVap automatically
turns off all functions. With the second method, the
RapidVap monitors system temperature in the block and in
the heater. Once the system senses that end point is near,
the alarm sounds every 10 seconds and the PREHEAT/END
ALARM indicator light flashes.
Convenient, easy-to-set programming.
Parameters of time, heat, vortex speed and vacuum may
be easily set with the touch of a few buttons. Up to 9
different user-set programs, each with different parameter
set points, may be stored in memory. In addition, the user
may alter parameters while a program is in progress.
Easy-to-read LCD display.
Prompts user to set program parameters and displays
program number and actual and set point vortex speeds,
temperatures, time remaining and vacuum levels. See
details on page 6.
Improved chemical compatibility.
The operator may use a broad range of aggressive
chemicals. Contact Labconco for specific chemical
compatibility.
All mechanical components are isolated from
the chemical fumes and vapors for longer life.
ETL listed.
Reliable belt-driven system provides smooth variablespeed power to drive the vortex motion up to 1000 rpm.
Non-sparking, brushless DC motor ensures safety, control
and reproducibility of protocols.
All 115 volt models carry the ETL Testing Laboratories seal
in the U.S. and ETL-C seal in Canada, signifying they meet
or exceed all minimum requirements of UL Standard
61010A-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1.
Teflon-coated aluminum chamber.
International electrical configurations
available.
Conducts heat efficiently and resists corrosion.
Teflon-coated aluminum sample blocks are
interchangeable and hold more tubes than
ever before.
Blocks are sold separately. See page 8. Custom blocks for
other tube configurations are also available.
Durable construction with sleek styling.
The cabinet base is epoxy-coated cast aluminum.
The upper housing is solvent-resistant, smooth
acrylic/PVC thermoplastic.
Glass lid with Lexan shield.
Provides visibility of samples, is chemical resistant and
detaches for cleaning. Lexan shield provides protection
from an unlikely glass implosion.
All 230 volt models conform to the CE (European
Community) requirements for electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility.
Reliability guarantee.
Full one year warranty is provided against defects in
materials and workmanship.
Optional Lid Heater improves visibility.
A 40-watt heater is securely bonded to the glass lid, which
electrically connects to the RapidVap via a receptacle on
the back of the housing. Heating the lid helps eliminate
condensation caused by evaporating high boiling point
solvents.
Dual lid clamps.
Two clamps hold the lid securely in place for a vacuum
tight seal.
Phenol-free gasket.
Provides complete sealing under vacuum without
potential for phenol contamination.
Exclusive feature
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Control Panel
Program parameter.
Speed parameter.
Heat parameter.
Time parameter.
LCD shows program from 1 to 9,
R for run, or S for stop.
LCD shows speed from
0 to 100%.
LCD shows heat from OFF to
99 (°C) or HI (100° C).
LCD shows time selected from
1 to 999 minutes. During the
run, the LCD shows time
remaining. If RUN is selected
instead of a time period, the
RapidVap runs continuously.
LCD display.
Prompts user to set program
parameters and displays
program number, actual and
set point vortex speed by
percentage, actual and set
point temperature in ° C, time
remaining in minutes, and
actual and set point vacuum
level in mBar.
Vacuum parameter.
LCD shows vacuum level
from 0 to 999 mBar. Above
999 mBar, the display shows
HI and the vacuum pump
does not operate.
Vacuum Release
button with
indicator light.
Set point selection
buttons.
To select a parameter to
change, press the set point
select button directly below
the parameter.
Pressing the button
momentarily breaks the vacuum
to control bumping. Vacuum
returns to its preset level once
the button is released.
Run/Stop button.
Preheat/End Alarm button with indicator light.
Pressing the button activates the heater to begin elevating the block to set point temperature. When
in preheat mode, the operator may monitor actual heat, adding samples and starting program once
set point temperature has been reached. During a run, the indicator light flashes when end point has
been detected by the temperature sensors. Pressing the button while the light is flashing switches the
end point alarm from audible to muted or back to audible.
Evaporation Rates
Solvent
■
■
■
■
Methylene Chloride
Toluene
Acetonitrile
Water
Temp. Vacuum Overall Evap. Rate
50˚C
80˚C
75˚C
80˚C
200
200
330
133
mBar
mBar
mBar
mBar
.56
.40
.40
.08
ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube
Number of samples: 69
Tube diameter: 16 mm
Block used: 7491400, 69 tube capacity
Ending volume: dryness
Vortex speed: 95%
Vacuum pump displacement capacity: 88 liters/minute
Maximum attainable vacuum: 31 mBar
Solvent
■
■
■
■
Methylene Chloride
Toluene
Acetonitrile
Water
Temp. Vacuum Overall Evap. Rate
50˚C
80˚C
75˚C
80˚C
250
133
167
133
mBar
mBar
mBar
mBar
4.8
3.3
2.9
.75
ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube
Number of samples: 8
Tube used: 7909200,
600 ml tube, flat bottom, 75 mm diameter
Block used: 7494500,
8 tube capacity
Ending volume: dryness
Vortex speed: 28%
Vacuum pump displacement capacity: 88 liters/minute
Maximum attainable vacuum: 31 mBar
800-821-5525
Initiates the start or stop of the
selected program.
Increase/Decrease
buttons.
Used to increase or decrease
the last selected set point
parameter.
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Specifications
• Epoxy-coated aluminum base with acrylic/PVC
thermoplastic upper housing.
• Glass lid with Lexan shield.
• Dual lid clamps.
• Phenol-free gasket.
• Teflon-coated aluminum chamber.
• Rear-mounted 1/2" OD vacuum port, 30" of 1/2"
ID vacuum tubing, two tubing clamps and lid
heater receptacle.
• 1000-watt dry block heating system.
• Microprocessor-controlled programming for
vortex speed from 0 to 100%; heat from OFF to
100° C; time from 1 to 999 minutes; vacuum
level from 0 to 999 mBar. Memory stores
1 to 9 programs.
• LCD for display of program number and actual
and set point vortex speeds, temperatures, time
remaining, and point vacuum level.
• Control panel with RUN/STOP button,
PREHEAT/END ALARM button and indicator
light, VACUUM RELEASE button and indicator
light, set point selection buttons, and
increase/decrease programming buttons.
• Belt-driven, non-sparking, brushless DC motor
with smooth variable-speed power to drive the
vortex motion up to 1000 rpm.
• Audible alarm for timed end point.
• Audible/visual alarm for end point detected by temperature sensors at heater and block.
• Automatic vacuum release in the event of power failure.
• All mechanical components isolated from chemical fumes and vapors.
• 115 volt models include 6 1/2 foot, three-wire electrical cord with 20 amp plug. A 20 amp minimum circuit breaker
is required.
• 230 volt models include 6 1/2 foot, three-wire electrical cord with 15 amp plug. A 10 amp minimum circuit breaker
is required.
• ETL and ETL-C listing on all 115 volt, 60 Hz models.
• CE mark on all 230 volt, 50 Hz models.
• Overall dimensions with closed lid: 20.7" wide x 18.4" deep x 13.5" high (52.6 x 46.7 x 34.3 cm).
• Overall dimensions with open lid: 20.7" wide x 21.3" deep x 24.9" high (52.6 x 54.1 x 63.2 cm).
• Actual weight 92 lbs. (42 kg)
• Shipping weight 100 lbs. (45 kg)
Options
• Glass lid with 40-watt heater.
• RS-232 Link. RS-232 port, located on the rear of the unit, for 2-way communication at 4800 baud, no parity, 8 bit word, 1 stop bit and 3-wire interface.
115 volt,
20 amp plug
230 volt,
15 amp plug
Accessories required (not included)
• Vacuum pump. See page 9.
• Sample block. See page 8.
• Glassware. See page 8 or contact your
laboratory supply dealer.
The RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation System
should be located within a fume hood if
hazardous or flammable solvents are used.
In all cases, regardless of the solvent used, it
is recommended that the vacuum pump be
vented in a fume hood.
* International electrical configuration
** Amperage shown includes 8 amp maximum
vacuum pump rating.
† Amperage shown includes 4.5 amp maximum
vacuum pump rating.
Ordering Information
Catalog
Number
Electrical
Specifications
7900000
7900001*
7900002
7900003*
7900010
7900011*
7900012
7900013*
115
230
115
230
115
230
115
230
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
Lid Heater
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
16 amps**
8 amps†
16 amps**
8 amps†
16 amps**
8 amps†
16 amps**
8 amps†
RS-232 Link
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Accessories
Teflon-Coated Aluminum Blocks
A block is required for all RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation Systems. Blocks are
interchangeable. Custom blocks to fit special glassware such as VOA vials are available
on request. Glassware is required (not included). See below for ordering information on
Flat-Bottom Tubes for Blocks 7494500 and 7486400. For glassware for all other Blocks,
contact your laboratory supply dealer.
Catalog
Number
7491300
7485800
7491400
7496300
7496400
7494500
7486400
Block
Sample
Tube
Tube Size
Capacity
110
110
69
69
26
8
8
12 mm OD tubes, up to 6 ml*
13 mm OD tubes, up to 10 ml*
16 mm OD tubes, up to 23 ml*
15 ml conical centrifuge tubes, up to 15 ml*
28 mm OD scintillation vials, up to 50 ml*
600 ml borosilicate glass tubes
170 ml borosilicate glass tubes
*Maximum tube height is 150 mm.
Sample
Volume
(ml)
Shipping
Weight
(lbs./kg)
4.5**
7.5**
17**
11**
34**
450**
125**
8/3.6
8/3.6
7.4/3.4
7.8/3.5
8.3/3.8
6.4/2.9
8.2/3.7
**Actual sample volumes depend on tube shape, height and vortex speed.
Flat-Bottom Tubes
Borosilicate glass tubes offer better fit and heat transfer for faster evaporation rates.
Catalog
Number
7909200
7913408
7927000
7927108
Sample
Tube Size (ml)
Sample
Volume (ml)
For
Block
Quantity per
Package
Shipping
Weight
600
600
170
170
450
450
125
125
7494500
7494500
7486400
7486400
1
8
1
8
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
600 ml Flat-Bottom Tube
7909200 and 170 ml
Flat-Bottom Tube 7927000
Eight-Place Stainless Steel Racks
Catalog
Number
7487600
7486300
Holds
Shipping
Weight
600 ml Tubes
170 ml Tubes
2 lbs. (0.9 kg)
2 lbs. (0.9 kg)
Glass Lid with Heater 7486500
Eight-Place Stainless Steel Racks
7487600 and 7486300
800-821-5525
If your application involves water or other high boiling point solvents, a Lid Heater
improves visibility and eliminates solvent condensation on the inside of the lid. The glass
lid, with 40-watt heater bonded to it, plugs into the electrical receptacle located on the
back of the RapidVap. For 115 or 230 volt operation. See page 7 for RapidVap models
with built-in lid heater. Shipping weight 6 lbs. (2.7 kg).
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Accessories
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps
The wetted parts of these pumps are Teflon-coated for corrosion resistance. Vacuum outlet
is 1/2" OD.
Diaphragm Vacuum Pump
7393000
Catalog
Number
Electrical
Specifications
Vacuum
mBar
7393000
7393001*
115V, 60 Hz, 3.5 amps
230V, 50/60 Hz, 2.0 amps
1.5
1.5
Displacement
Capacity
(liters/minute)
63
57/63**
ExplosionProof
Shipping
Weight
(lbs./kg)
No
No
40/18.1
40/18.1
* International electrical configuration. Power cord has reverse IEC plug.
** Displacement at 50/60 Hz
Liquid Trap 7873400
Prevents liquid from entering the pump. Made of borosilicate glass. Trapping capacity is
2550 milliliters. Required accessory for diaphragm pump when using high boiling point
solvents. Shipping weight 4 lbs. (1.8 kg).
Liquid Trap 7873400
Dry Ice Vacuum Traps
When dry ice and solvent are added to the well, these secondary traps cool to
approximately -75° C (-103° F). Inlet and outlet vacuum connections are 1/2" OD.
Catalog
Number
Dimensions
(h x dia.)
Well volume of dry Ice trapping
ice and alcohol
capacity
(liters)
(ml)
7538200 9 3/4" x 7 7/8" (24.8 cm x 20 cm)
7538400 7 7/8" x 6 5/8" (20 cm x 16.8 cm)
2.85
1.80
900
200
Liquid trapping Shipping
capacity
Weight
(liters)
(lbs./kg)
2
1
9/4.1
5/2.3
Dry Ice Vacuum Trap 7538200
Chemical Traps
Connect between the accessory vacuum trap and vane pump to provide additional
protection to the pump.
Clear Canister 7815300 with
Solvent Trap Insert 7815200
Catalog
Number
Trap
Insert
Description
Shipping Weight
(lbs./kg)
7815300
Clear Acrylic Canister with stand accommodates any
trap insert listed below
Acid
Acid neutralizing desiccant
Moisture
Desiccant
Radioisotope
Molecular sieve
Solvent
Activated carbon
Ammonia
Impregnated carbon
5/2.3
7814800
7814900
7815000
7815200
7995600
4/1.8
4/1.8
4/1.8
4/1.8
4/1.8
Vacuum Tubing Kit 7814500
For use when connecting accessory traps to a vacuum system. Includes two each 1/2" ID
vacuum tubing, 48" length, and 4 tubing clamps. Shipping weight 6 lbs. (2.7 kg).
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Microprocessor-controlled nitrogen
blow down manifold
Glass lid
Phenol-free gasket
Dual lid clamps
Easy-to-read
LCD display
Unique
Cool-ZoneTM on
RapidVap N2
models
Teflon-coated aluminum
sample block
800-821-5525
Microprocessorcontrolled motor
Microprocessor-controlled
1000-watt dry block
heating system
Teflon-coated
aluminum chamber
Nitrogen blow down cluster
on RapidVap N2/48 models
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Features and Benefits
Fast evaporation rates, greater throughput.
Phenol-free gasket.
Vortex action, heat and nitrogen blow down combine to
speed evaporation. Eight samples with volumes up to
450 ml each may be processed at once in the RapidVap
N2 and up to 48 samples with volumes up to 26 ml each
in the RapidVap N2/48. See pages 14 and 16 for
evaporation rates. See pages 21-22 for recovery rates.
Provides a positive seal without potential for phenol
contamination.
Microprocessor-controlled nitrogen blow
down manifold.
Allows user to introduce nitrogen to 2, 4, 6 or 8
individual sample tubes on the RapidVap N2 or clusters
of 6 on the RapidVap N2/48, conserving nitrogen when
less than a full load is being processed. Nitrogen blown
onto the surface of the sample helps facilitate the phase
change from liquid to gas.
Microprocessor-controlled 1000-watt dry
block heating system.
Speeds evaporation rate by supplying a controlled amount
of heat from ambient up to a maximum of 100° C to the
sample block. The heater and block move in tandem for
more efficient heat transfer. Unlike water baths, the dry
heating system adds no potential source of contamination
and requires no maintenance.
Microprocessor-controlled vortex motion
increases surface area for faster evaporation.
Vortex action continually mixes the sample, helps
contain analytes in the solvent by constantly rinsing the
tube walls, and maximizes sample recovery.
Maintenance-free microprocessorcontrolled motor.
Reliable belt-driven system provides smooth variablespeed power to drive the vortex motion up to 500 rpm.
Non-sparking, brushless DC motor ensures safety, control
and reproducibility for protocols.
Teflon-coated aluminum sample block.
Provides efficient heat transfer, low maintenance and
corrosion resistance. Block is easy to remove for cleaning
or replacement. One 8-place block that holds 600 ml
tubes is included with RapidVap N2 models. Four
accessory blocks holding 48 samples of various volumes
are offered for the RapidVap N2/48 models.
Teflon-coated aluminum chamber.
Improved chemical compatibility.
The operator may use a broad range of aggressive
chemicals. Contact Labconco for specific chemical
compatibility.
Unique Cool-Zone on RapidVap N2.
Insulates sample remaining in glassware stem to permit
processing to a desired end point. See page 13 for more
information.
Alarm signals completion of run allowing
samples to be left unattended while
evaporating to desired end point.
The RapidVap N2 and N2/48 have two means to signal
completion of a run. With the first method, the operator
sets the end point time and when set time has expired an
audible alarm sounds and the RapidVap automatically
turns off all functions. With the second method, the
RapidVap monitors system temperature in the block and in
the heater. During operation, evaporative cooling of the
solvent creates a differential between the block and heater
temperatures. Once evaporation is nearly complete, the
two temperatures equalize indicating end point is near.
The alarm sounds and the PREHEAT/END ALARM
indicator light flashes.
Convenient, easy-to-set programming.
Parameters of time, heat, vortex speed and number of
samples may be easily set with the touch of a few buttons.
Up to 9 different user-set programs, each with different
parameter set points, may be stored in memory. The user
may alter parameters while a program is in progress.
Easy-to-read LCD display.
Prompts user to set program parameters and displays
program number, number of active nitrogen positions, and
actual and set point vortex speeds, temperatures, and time
remaining. See details on page 12.
All mechanical components are isolated from
chemical fumes and vapors for longer life.
ETL listed.
Durable construction with sleek styling.
All 115 volt models carry the ETL Testing Laboratories seal
in the U.S. and ETL-C seal in Canada, signifying they meet
or exceed all minimum requirements of UL Standard
61010A-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The cabinet base is epoxy-coated cast aluminum. The
upper housing is solvent-resistant, smooth acrylic/
PVC thermoplastic.
International electrical configurations
available.
Glass lid.
All 230 volt models conform to the CE (European
Community) requirements for electrical safety and
electromagnetic compatibility.
Conducts heat efficiently and resists corrosion.
Provides visibility of samples, is chemical resistant and
detaches for cleaning.
Dual lid clamps.
Two clamps hold the lid securely in place.
Reliability guarantee.
Full one year warranty is provided against defects in
materials and workmanship.
Exclusive feature
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Control Panel
Program parameter.
Speed parameter.
Heat parameter.
Time parameter.
LCD shows program from 1
to 9, R for run or S for stop.
LCD shows vortex speed
from 0 to 100%.
LCD shows heat from OFF
to 99 (° C) or HI (100° C).
LCD shows time selected
from 1 to 999 minutes.
During the run, the LCD
shows time remaining. If
RUN is selected instead of
a time period, the RapidVap
runs continuously.
Sample parameter.
LCD shows number of
samples or clusters of
samples selected to
receive nitrogen blow
down; 2, 4, 6 or 8 may be
selected.
Set point
selection buttons.
To select a parameter to
change, press the set point
select button directly
below the parameter.
LCD display.
Prompts user to set
program parameters and
displays program number,
actual and set point vortex
speed by percentage,
actual and set point
temperature in ° C, time
remaining in minutes, and
number of active nitrogen
positions.
Increase/Decrease
buttons.
Used to increase or
decrease the last selected
set point parameter.
Preheat/End Alarm button with indicator light.
Pressing the button activates the heater to begin elevating to set point temperature.
When in preheat mode, the operator may monitor actual heat, adding samples and
starting program once set point temperature has been reached. In addition, the indicator
light flashes when end point has been detected by the temperature sensors. Pressing the
button while the light is flashing switches the end point alarm from audible to muted or
back to audible.
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Run/Stop button.
Initiates the start or stop of
the selected program.
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Rapid Evaporation ZoneTM and Cool-ZoneTM
This illustration demonstrates the effectiveness of the Rapid Evaporation Zone and the
Cool-Zone in RapidVap N2 models. In the Rapid Evaporation Zone, a 300 ml sample of
methylene chloride is evaporated in 41 minutes at approximately 7.3 ml/minute/tube
(without cap). In the Cool-Zone with vortex motion, heat and nitrogen blow down still
applied, methylene chloride is evaporated to a 1.0 ml end point in 9 minutes at a much
slower rate, approximately 0.11 ml/minute/tube. If the RapidVap is programmed for
timed end point, all functions automatically turnoff when time expires drastically
slowing the evaporation rate. While samples are in the Cool-Zone, the user has ample
time to retrieve samples or to perform solvent exchange procedures.
*Time shown is with nitrogen blow down, vortex motion and heat still applied. Time would be longer if all functions were turned off.
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Evaporation Rates
The charts on this page indicate the evaporation times for
the Rapid Evaporation Zone and the Cool-Zone. Times
were determined with and without Glassware Caps over
the sample tubes. Placing Glassware Caps over the
sample tubes prevents contamination and prevents
moisture from condensing in low boiling point solvents.
The use of caps increases overall evaporation time 10 to
80 percent.
RapidVap Evaporation Zone Rate Summary
Solvent
Water
Methylene Chloride
Ethyl Acetate
Hexanes
Acetone
Toluene
Number of samples: 8
Tube used: 7913900, 600 ml tube with 1.5 ml end point stem, 1.37" (3.5 cm) long
Starting volume: 300 ml
Ending volume: 1.0 ml
Nitrogen pressure: 10 psi
Vortex speed: 70% of maximum setting
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Evaporation Rate
with cap
.79
5.1
6.3
10.3
5.6
5.0
Evaporation Rate
without cap
ml/min./tube 1.1 ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube 7.3 ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube 8.6 ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube 14.3 ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube 6.4 ml/min./tube
ml/min./tube 6.7 ml/min./tube
Rapid Evaporation Zone
Cool-Zone
* End point volume
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Specifications
• Epoxy-coated aluminum base with acrylic/PVC
thermoplastic upper housing.
• Glass lid.
• Dual lid clamps.
• Phenol-free gasket.
• Teflon-coated aluminum chamber.
• Teflon-coated aluminum sample block capable
of holding 8 each 600 ml tubes. Glassware sold
separately.
• 1000-watt dry block heating system.
• Microprocessor-controlled programming for
vortex speed from 0 to 100%; heat from OFF to
100° C; time from 1 to 999 minutes; and
number of active nitrogen positions, 2, 4, 6 or 8.
Memory stores 1 to 9 programs.
• LCD for display of program number, actual and
set point vortex speed, actual and set point
temperature, time remaining, and number of
active nitrogen positions. Memory stores
1 to 9 programs.
• Control panel with RUN/STOP button,
PREHEAT/END ALARM button and indicator
light, set point selection buttons, and
increase/decrease programming buttons.
• Belt-driven, non-sparking, brushless DC motor
with smooth variable-speed power to drive the
vortex motion up to 500 rpm.
• Audible alarm with automatic shut down for
timed end point.
• Audible/visual alarm for end point detected by temperature sensors at heater and block.
• Nitrogen inlet port supplied with a 1/4" male NPT thread.
• All mechanical components isolated from chemical fumes and vapors.
• Includes 8 polyethylene glassware caps, 6 feet of 2" dia. exhaust tubing, 78" of tubing for nitrogen supply and one
tubing clamp.
• 115 volt models include 6 1/2 foot, three-wire electrical cord with 20 amp plug. A 15 amp minimum circuit breaker
is required.
• 230 volt models include 6 1/2 foot, three-wire electrical cord with 15 amp plug. An 8 amp minimum circuit breaker
is required.
• ETL and ETL-C listing on all 115 volt, 60 Hz models.
• CE mark on all 230 volt, 50 Hz models.
• Overall dimensions with closed lid: 21.7" wide x 19" deep x 13.5" high (55.1 x 48.3 x 34.3 cm).
• Overall dimensions with open lid: 21.7" wide x 21.3" deep x 24.9" high (55.1 x 54.1 x 63.2 cm).
• Actual weight 99 lbs. (45 kg)
• Shipping weight 107 lbs. (49 kg)
Option
• RS-232 Link. RS-232 port, located on the rear of the unit, for
2-way communication at 4800 baud, no parity, 8 bit word,
1 stop bit and 3-wire interface.
115 volt,
20 amp plug
230 volt,
15 amp plug
Accessories required (not included)
• Glassware. See page 18.
• Nitrogen with maximum flow rate of 0.6 CFM. Contact your nitrogen gas supplier.
• Gas pressure regulator. Pressure of 5-10 psi is
Ordering
typical. Pressure must not exceed 15 psi.
Contact a local supplier.
The RapidVap N2 Evaporation System should be
located within a fume hood if hazardous or
flammable solvents are used. In all cases,
regardless of the solvent used, it is recommended
that the exhaust hose be vented into a fume hood
or other laboratory ventilation device.
* International electrical configuration
Catalog
Number
Electrical
Specifications
7910000
7910001*
7910010
7910011*
115
230
115
230
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
Information
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
RS-232 Link
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
9 amps
4.5 amps
9 amps
4.5 amps
x
x
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Evaporation Rates
Starting Volume 10 ml
Toluene
Acetonitrile
Number of samples: 48
Tube size: 20 mm
Block used: 7482400
Ending volume: dryness
Vortex speed: 100%
Nitrogen pressure: 20 psi
Solvent
Methylene Chloride
Toluene
Acetonitrile
Methanol
Hexane/Ethyl Acetate 75:25
Hexane/Ethyl Acetate 50:50
Temp.
50° C
80° C
75° C
40° C
40° C
40° C
Overall Evap. Rate
.59 ml/min./tube
.43 ml/min./tube
.42 ml/min./tube
.20 ml/min./tube
.56 ml/min,/tube
.50 ml/min./tube
Solvent
Methylene Chloride
Toluene
Acetonitrile
Methanol
Hexane/Ethyl Acetate 75:25
Hexane/Ethyl Acetate 50:50
Temp.
40° C
80° C
75° C
40° C
40° C
40° C
Overall Evap. Rate
.33 ml/min./tube
.25 ml/min./tube
.25 ml/min./tube
.11 ml/min./tube
.40 ml/min,/tube
.40 ml/min./tube
Starting Volume 2 ml
Number of samples: 48
Tube size: 12 mm
Block used: 7482100
Ending volume: dryness
Vortex speed: 100%
Nitrogen pressure: 8 psi
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Specifications
• Epoxy-coated aluminum base with acrylic/PVC
thermoplastic upper housing.
• Glass lid.
• Dual lid clamps.
• Phenol-free gasket.
• Teflon-coated aluminum chamber.
• 1000-watt dry block heating system.
• Microprocessor-controlled programming for
vortex speed from 0 to 100%; heat from OFF to
100° C; time from 1 to 999 minutes; and
number of active nitrogen clusters, 2, 4, 6 or 8.
Memory stores 1 to 9 programs.
• LCD for display of program number, actual and
set point vortex speed, actual and set point
temperature, time remaining, and number of
active nitrogen clusters.
• Control panel with RUN/STOP button,
PREHEAT/END ALARM button and indicator
light, set point selection buttons, and
increase/decrease programming buttons.
• Belt-driven, non-sparking, brushless DC motor
with smooth variable-speed power to drive the
vortex motion up to 500 rpm.
• Audible alarm with automatic shut down for
timed end point.
• Audible/visual alarm for end point detected by temperature sensors at heater and block.
• Nitrogen inlet hose, 1/4" ID.
• All mechanical components isolated from chemical fumes and vapors.
• Includes 6 feet of 2" dia. exhaust tubing, 78" of tubing for nitrogen supply and one tubing clamp.
• 115 volt models include 6 1/2 foot, three-wire electrical cord with 20 amp plug. A 15 amp minimum circuit breaker
is required.
• 230 volt models include 6 1/2 foot, three-wire electrical cord with 15 amp plug. An 8 amp minimum circuit breaker
is required.
• ETL and ETL-C listing on all 115 volt, 60 Hz models.
• CE mark on all 230 volt, 50 Hz models.
• Overall dimensions with closed lid: 21.7" wide x 19" deep x 13.5" high (55.1 x 48.3 x 34.3 cm).
• Overall dimensions with open lid: 21.7" wide x 21.3" deep x 24.9" high (55.1 x 54.1 x 63.2 cm).
• Actual weight 92 lbs. (42 kg)
• Shipping weight 100 lbs. (45 kg)
Option
• RS-232 Link. RS-232 port, located on the rear of the unit, for
2-way communication at 4800 baud, no parity, 8 bit word,
1 stop bit and 3-wire interface.
115 volt,
20 amp plug
230 volt,
15 amp plug
Accessories required (not included)
•
•
•
•
Sample Block. See page 18.
Glassware. Contact your laboratory supply distributor.
Nitrogen with maximum flow rate of 3.5 CFM. Contact your nitrogen gas supplier.
Gas pressure regulator. Pressure of 5-10 psi is typical. Pressure must not exceed 15 psi. Contact a local supplier.
The RapidVap N2/48 Evaporation System should be
located within a fume hood if hazardous or
flammable solvents are used. In all cases,
regardless of the solvent used, it is recommended
that the exhaust hose be vented into a fume hood
or other laboratory ventilation device.
* International electrical configuration
Ordering Information
Catalog
Number
Electrical
Specifications
7910012
7910013*
7910014
7910015*
115
230
115
230
volts,
volts,
volts,
volts,
RS-232 Link
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
Hz,
9 amps
4.5 amps
9 amps
4.5 amps
x
x
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AND
Accessories
Teflon-Coated Aluminum Blocks
All RapidVap N2 Evaporation Systems include an 8-Place Teflon-Coated
Aluminum Block 7494500. Additional Blocks may be purchased for
standby use. All RapidVap N2/48 Evaporation Systems require a Block (not
included). Custom blocks to fit special glassware such as VOA vials are
available upon request. Glassware is required (not included).
Teflon-Coated Aluminum Blocks (7486400 is not
shown)
Catalog
Number
7494500
7486400
7482100
7482200
7482300
7482400
Block
Tube
Capacity
8
8
48
48
48
48
Sample
Tube Size
600 ml borosilicate glass tubes, up to 600 ml
170 ml borosilicate glass tubes, up to 170 ml
12 x 75 mm OD tubes, up to 6 ml
13 x 100 mm OD tubes, up to 10 ml
16 x 150 mm OD tubes, up to 23 ml
20 x 150 mm OD tubes, up to 35 ml
Sample
Volume
(ml)
For Use with
N2
For Use with
N2/48
Shipping
Weight
(lbs./kg)
450 ml*
125 ml*
4.5 ml*
7.5*
17*
26*
x
x
x
6.4/2.9
8.2/3.7
8.0/3.6
8.0/3.6
7.4/3.4
7.8/3.5
x
x
x
x
* Actual sample volumes depend on tube shape, height and vortex speed.
Borosilicate Glass Tubes
For use with RapidVap N2 Evaporation Systems only. The ground glass
tubes offer better fit and heat transfer for faster evaporation rates. The
stems are designed for use with Cool-Zone timed end point determinations. To minimize evaporation time, the tube with the correct end
point stem should be used. For example, if an end point of 1.5 ml is
desired, selecting Tube 7913500 with a maximum 3.0 ml end point
volume would result in an unnecessarily long period required to
evaporate the final 1.5 milliliters in the stem. Flat-bottom tubes are for use
in applications when samples are taken to dryness. Use the chart below
to select the correct tube for your sample volume size and desired end
point volume.
600 ml Tubes with Stems
Sample
Volume
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
Desired End Point
Volume
125
125
450
450
450
450
450
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
Dryness
≤1.5 ml
Dryness
≤0.5 ml
0.6-1.5 ml
1.6-2.0 ml
2.1-3.0 ml
Tube
Recommendations
7927000,
7926600,
7909200,
7925900,
7913900,
7913700,
7913500,
7927108
7926908
7913408
7926008
7914000
7913808
7913608
600 ml Tubes with Stems for Block 7494500
Each graduated 600 ml tube has a sample capacity of up to 450 ml when vortexing.
Catalog
Number
End Point
Volume
Calibration
Markings
Quantity per
Package
Shipping
Weight
7925900**
7926008**
7913900**
7914008**
7913700**
7913808**
7913500**
7913608**
0.5
0.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
3.0
3.0
0.5 ml
0.5 ml
1.5, 1.0
1.5, 1.0
2.0 and
2.0 and
3.0, 2.0
3.0, 2.0
1
8
1
8
1
8
1
8
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
ml
and 0.5
and 0.5
1.0 ml
1.0 ml
and 1.0
and 1.0
** For use with RapidVap N2 Evaporation Systems only.
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ml
ml
ml
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Accessories
170 ml Tubes with Stems for Accessory Block 7486400
Each graduated 170 ml tube has a sample capacity of up to 125 ml when vortexing.
Catalog
Number
End Point
Volume
Calibration
Markings
Quantity per
Package
Shipping
Weight
7926600*
7926908*
1.5 ml
1.5 ml
1.5, 1.0 and 0.5 ml
1.5, 1.0 and 0.5 ml
1
8
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
* For use with RapidVap N2 Evaporation Systems only.
170 ml Tube with Stem
Flat-Bottom Tubes
Borosilicate glass tubes offer better fit and heat transfer for faster evaporation rates.
Catalog
Number
7909200
7913408
7927000*
7927108*
600 ml Flat-Bottom Tube
7909200 and 170 ml
Flat-Bottom Tube 7927000
Sample
Tube Size (ml)
Sample
Volume (ml)
For
Block
Quantity per
Package
Shipping
Weight
600
600
170
170
450
450
125
125
7494500
7494500
7486400
7486400
1
8
1
8
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
1 lb. (0.4 kg)
4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
* For use with RapidVap N2 Evaporation Systems only.
Eight-Place Stainless Steel Racks
Catalog
Number
7487600
7486300
Holds
Shipping
Weight
600 ml Tubes
170 ml Tubes
2 lbs. (0.9 kg)
2 lbs. (0.9 kg)
Eight-Place Stainless Steel Racks
7487600 and 7486300
Glassware Caps
Caps fit over Tubes described on page 18. Placing Caps on Tubes helps prevent cross
contamination and moisture from condensing when using low boiling point solvents. Eight
Polyethylene Glassware Caps are included with each RapidVap N2 Evaporation System.
Catalog
Number
7925500*
7925408*
7926808*
Glassware Cap 7925408
Material
Description
Quantity per
Package
Shipping
Weight
Polyethylene
Teflon
Teflon
Fits 600 ml Tube
Fits 600 ml Tube
Fits 170 ml Tube
1
8
8
0.5 lb. (0.2 kg)
0.5 lb. (0.2 kg)
0.5 lb. (0.2 kg)
* For use with RapidVap N2 Evaporation Systems only.
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Test results show that the RapidVap Vacuum Evaporation System produces excellent recoveries of a wide range of
compounds.
Procedure: Samples consisting of a combination of several of the compounds listed below were prepared and each of
the resulting compound mixtures was added to a separate 600 milliliter flat-bottom sample tube and placed in Sample
Block 7494500 in the RapidVap 7900000. The following parameters were set: heat at 50° C, vortex speed at 28% of
maximum, and vacuum of 250 mBar. The RapidVap was allowed to run continuously until the sample volume was
reduced to 1 ml. A mass spectrometer was used to compare original compound amounts to the amounts detected in the
reduced sample. Duplicates of the compound mixtures were tested and the percentages averaged.
BNAs
Compound
BNAs (continued)
% Recovery
Acenaphthene
Acenaphthylene
Aniline
Anthracene
Azobenzene
Benzo(a)anthracene
Benzo(a)Pyrene
Benzo(b)Fluoranthene
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
Benzo(k)Fluoranthene
Benzoic Acid
Benzyl Alcohol
Bis(2-Chloroethoxy) Methane
Bis(2-Chloroethyl) Ether
Bis(2-Chloroisopropyl) Ether
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)Phthalate
4-Bromophenyl Phenyl Ether
Butyl Benzyl Phthalate
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
4-Chloroaniline
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chlorophenol
4-Chlorophenyl Phenyl Ether
Chrysene
Dalapon
Di-n-butyl Phthalate
Di-n-octyl Phthalate
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
Dibenzofuran
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
3,3’-Dichlorobenzidine
2,4-Dichlorophenol
Diethyl Phthalate
2,4-Dimethylphenol
Dimethylphthalate
4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol
2,4-Dinitrophenol
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
Fluoranthene
Fluorene
2-Fluorobiphenyl (SURR)
2-Fluorophenol (SURR)
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
Isophorone
(3 & 4)-Methylphenol
2-Methylnaphthalene
2-Methylphenol
n-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
N-Nitrosodiphenylamine
Naphthalene
2-Nitroaniline
3-Nitroaniline
4-Nitroaniline
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80
64
86
84
82
85
84
86
87
70
73
75
67
67
88
76
85
78
90
75
64
80
86
58
86
89
84
82
63
62
62
86
72
82
68
79
81
70
80
83
85
83
75
46
84
67
58
62
84
76
73
78
69
90
63
82
71
79
86
82
Compound
% Recovery
Nitrobenzene
Nitrobenzene-d5 (SURR)
2-Nitrophenol
4-Nitrophenol
p-Terphenyl-d14 (SURR)
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Phenol-d6 (SURR)
Pyrene
Pyridine
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
2,4,6-Tribromophenol (SURR)
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
67
62
69
87
84
71
86
69
64
81
59
69
75
74
76
CHLORINATED HERBICIDES
(PHENOXYS)
Analyte
% Recovery
Bentazon
Chloramben
2,4-D
2,4-DB
Dicamba
3,5-Dichlorobenzoic Acid
Dichlorprop
MCPA
MCPP
Pentachlorophenol
Picloram
2,4,5-T
2,4,5-TP (Silvex)
Tetrachloroterephthalic Acid
95
116
94
99
100
91
89
80
86
68
106
118
92
90
ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS
PESTICIDES
Analyte
Bolstar
Chlorpyrifos
Coumaphos
Demeton, O & S
Diazinon
Dichlorvos
Dimethoate
Disulfoton
EPN
Ethoprofos
Ethoprop
Ethyl Parathion
Fensulfothion
Fenthion
Malathion
Merphos
Methyl Azinphos
Methyl Parathion
Mevinphos
% Recovery
85
83
90
107
86
86
123
71
87
89
81
91
94
77
87
84
92
85
110
ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS
PESTICIDES (continued)
Analyte
% Recovery
Monocrotophos
Naled
Phorate
Ronnel
Sulfotepp
TEPP
Tokuthion
Trichloronate
99
78
75
79
82
95
79
80
SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC
PESTICIDES
Analyte
Aldrin
alpha-BHC
beta-BHC
4,4’-DDD
4,4’-DDE
4,4’-DDT
delta-BHC
Dieldrin
Endosulfan I
Endosulfan II
Endosulfan sulfate
Endrin
Endrin Ketone
gamma-BHC (Lindane)
Heptachlor
Heptachlor epoxide
Methoxychlor
Testing conducted by
Keystone Laboratories, Inc.
Newton, Iowa
% Recovery
83
88
100
87
83
93
96
83
75
84
93
90
96
100
83
79
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Test results show that the RapidVap N2 Evaporation System produces excellent recoveries of a wide range of compounds.
Procedure: Samples consisting of a combination of several of the compounds listed below were prepared and each of
the resulting compound mixtures was added to a separate 600 milliliter sample tube with 1.5 milliliter stems containing
300 ml methylene chloride and placed in the RapidVap 7910000. Sample tubes were not capped. The following
parameters were set: heat at 40° C, vortex speed at 60% of maximum, and nitrogen pressure of 10 psi. The RapidVap
was allowed to run continuously until the sample volumes were reduced to 1 ml. A mass spectrometer was used to
compare original compound amounts to the amounts detected in the reduced samples. Duplicates of the compound
mixtures were tested and the percentages averaged.
BNAs
Analyte
Acenaphthene
Acenaphthylene
Aniline
Anthracene
Azobenzene
Benzo(a)anthracene
Benzo(a)Pyrene
Benzo(b)Fluoranthene
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
Benzo(k)Fluoranthene
Benzoic Acid
Benzyl Alcohol
Bis(2-Chloroethoxy) Methane
Bis(2-Chloroethyl) Ether
Bis(2-Chloroisopropyl) Ether
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)Phthalate
4-Bromophenyl Phenyl Ether
Butyl Benzyl Phthalate
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
4-Chloroaniline
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chlorophenol
4-Chlorophenyl Phenyl Ether
Chrysene
Di-n-butyl Phthalate
Di-n-octyl Phthalate
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
Dibenzofuran
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
3,3’-Dichlorobenzidine
2,4-Dichlorophenol
Diethyl Phthalate
2,4-Dimethylphenol
Dimethylphthalate
4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol
2,4-Dinitrophenol
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
Fluoranthene
Fluorene
2-Fluorobiphenyl (SURR)
2-Fluorophenol (SURR)
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
Isophorone
2-Methylnaphthalene
(3 & 4)-Methylphenol
2-Methylphenol
n-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
N-Nitrosodiphenylamine
Naphthalene
2-Nitroaniline
3-Nitroaniline
4-Nitroaniline
Nitrobenzene
Nitrobenzene-d5 (SURR)
BNAs (continued)
% Recovery
97
92
87
91
83
97
91
96
82
100
100
80
81
76
67
93
86
94
91
99
76
95
82
96
87
90
92
78
78
75
75
97
97
85
100
80
100
100
82
83
100
97
79
77
84
78
73
71
86
77
83
100
100
73
83
85
94
85
92
95
77
77
Analyte
% Recovery
2-Nitrophenol
4-Nitrophenol
p-Terphenyl-d14 (SURR)
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Phenol-d6 (SURR)
Pyrene
Pyridine
2,4,6-Tribromophenol (SURR)
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
98
100
87
100
91
95
76
96
6
79
94
96
CHLORINATED HERBICIDES
(PHENOXYS)
Analyte
% Recovery
Acifluorfen
Bentazon
Chloramben
2,4-D
2,4-DB
Dicamba
3,5-Dichlorobenzoic Acid
Dichlorprop
4-Nitrophenol
MCPA
MCPP
Pentachlorophenol
2,4,5-T
2,4,5-TP (Silvex)
SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC
PESTICIDES
Analyte
Aldrin
alpha-BHC
beta-BHC
4,4’-DDD
4,4’-DDE
4,4’-DDT
delta-BHC
Dieldrin
Endosulfan I
Endosulfan II
Endosulfan sulfate
Endrin
gamma-BHC (Lindane)
Heptachlor
Heptachlor epoxide
Methoxychlor
% Recovery
84
88
86
90
86
96
92
87
92
93
87
92
84
84
92
96
100
93
46
100
93
87
83
82
100
80
78
82
78
85
ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS
PESTICIDES
Analyte
Bolstar
Chlorpyrifos
Coumaphos
Demeton, O & S
Diazinon
Dichlorvos
Disulfoton
EPN
Ethoprop
Ethyl Parathion
Fensulfothion
Fenthion
Malathion
Merphos
Methyl Azinphos
Methyl Parathion
Mevinphos
Monocrotophos
Naled
Phorate
Ronnel
TEPP
Tokuthion
Trichloronate
% Recovery
89
86
98
82
89
83
72
88
88
86
100
89
92
93
99
84
88
82
83
79
85
59
88
85
Testing conducted by
Keystone Laboratories, Inc.
Newton, Iowa
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RAPIDVAP® N2/48 SYSTEM RECOVERY DATA
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Tests results show that the RapidVap N2/48 Evaporation System produces excellent recoveries of a wide range of
analytes. Carryover from one tube to another was not detectable.
Procedure: Samples consisting of a combination of several of the analytes listed below were prepared and each of the
resulting analyte mixtures was added to a separate 20 mm sample tube containing 10 ml methylene chloride and placed
in the RapidVap N2/48 7910012. The following parameters were set: heat at 40° C, vortex speed at 100% of maximum,
and nitrogen pressure of 15 psi. The RapidVap was allowed to run continuously until the sample volumes were reduced
to 1 ml. A mass spectrometer was used to compare original compound amounts to the amounts detected in the reduced
samples. Duplicates of the analyte mixtures were tested and the percentages averaged.
BNAs
BNAs (continued)
Analyte
% Recovery
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
86.3%
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
78.7%
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
78.2%
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
78.6%
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
95.5%
2,4,6-Tribromophenol (SURR)
92.6%
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
92.5%
2,4-Dichlorophenol
89.1%
2,4-Dimethylphenol
89.6%
2,4-Dinitrophenol
89.3%
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
96.7%
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
96.9%
2-Chloronaphthalene
94.1%
2-Chlorophenol
82.2%
2-Fluorobiphenyl (SURR)
93.5%
2-Fluorophenol (SURR)
78.1%
2-Methylnaphthalene
92.6%
2-Methylphenol
88.9%
2-Nitroaniline
95.5%
2-Nitrophenol
87.9%
3 & 4-Methylphenol
88.5%
3,3-Dichlorobenzidine
100.0%
3-Nitroaniline
100.0%
4,6-Dinitro-2-Methylphenol
94.4%
4-Bromophenyl Phenyl Ether
96.4%
4-Chloro-3-Methylphenol
95.5%
4-Chloroaniline
98.7%
4-Chlorophenyl-Phenyl Ether
96.3%
4-Nitroaniline
100.0%
4-Nitrophenol
95.5%
Acenaphthene
95.6%
Acenaphthylene
96.8%
Aniline
88.8%
Anthracene
96.1%
Azobenzene
94.2%
Benzidine
96.0%
Benzo(a) Pyrene
95.1%
Benzo(a) Anthracene
97.7%
Benzo(b) Fluoranthene
96.4%
Benzo(g,h,i) Perylene
88.3%
Benzo(k) Fluoranthene
95.8%
Benzoic Acid
87.2%
Benzyl Alcohol
91.5%
Bis-(2-Chloroethoxy) Methane
92.5%
Bis(2-Chloroethyl) Ether
83.2%
Bis(2-Chloroisopropyl) Ether
84.6%
Bis(2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate
97.8%
Butyl Benzyl Phthalate
97.7%
Carbazole
100.0%
Chrysene
99.0%
Dibenzo(a,h) Anthracene
88.2%
Analyte
Dibenzofuran
Diethyl Phthalate
Dimethyl Phthalate
Di-n-butyl Phthalate
Di-n-octyl Phthalate
Fluoranthene
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno(1,2,3-cd) Pyrene
Isophorone
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
Nitrobenzene-d5 (SURR)
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
N-Nitroso-Di-n-propylamine
N-Nitrosodiphenylamine
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Phenol-d6 (SURR)
p-Terphenyl-d14 (SURR)
Pyrene
Pyridine
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PESTICIDES
% Recovery
95.0%
96.7%
96.5%
98.4%
95.9%
98.1%
96.7%
95.9%
84.0%
90.3%
80.2%
87.9%
94.7%
88.7%
87.9%
87.8%
75.9%
91.7%
100.0%
93.7%
96.9%
84.5%
87.3%
98.1%
96.9%
74.5%
CHLORINATED
HERBICIDES (PHENOXYS)
Analyte
2,4,5-T
2,4-D
2,4-DB
3,5-Dichlorobenzoic Acid
4-Nitrophenol
Acifluorfen
Bentazon
Chloramben
Dalapon
Dicamba
Dichloroprop
Dinoseb
MCPA
MCPP
Pentachlorophenol
Picloram
Silvex
% Recovery
100%
100%
53%
100%
70%
100%
100%
100%
89%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
96%
100%
Analyte
Chlorpyrifos
Coumaphos
Demeton
Diazinon
Dichlorvos
Disulfoton
EPN
Ethoprop
Fensulfothion
Fenthion
Malathion
Merphos
Methyl Parathion
Mevinphos
Monocrotophos
Naled
Phorate
Ronnel
TEPP
Tokuthion
Trichloronate
% Recovery
98.6%
99.8%
90.7%
97.4%
94.2%
99.9%
94.8%
98.8%
75.9%
97.8%
89.2%
95.5%
100.0%
94.8%
87.9%
99.9%
98.4%
98.0%
63.4%
100.0%
98.1%
SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC
PESTICIDES
Analyte
4,4-DDD
4,4-DDE
4,4-DDT
Aldrin
alpha-BHC
beta-BHC
delta-BHC
Dieldrin
Endosulfan I
Endosulfan II
Endosulfan Sulfate
Endrin
Endrin Aldehyde
Endrin Ketone
gamma-BHC
Heptachlor
Heptachlor Epoxide
Methoxychlor
Testing conducted by
Keystone Laboratories, Inc.
Newton, Iowa
% Recovery
95.7%
97.3%
99.7%
97.9%
97.4%
98.1%
96.8%
96.3%
97.0%
98.7%
99.6%
99.0%
97.0%
98.0%
96.1%
97.5%
99.4%
96.6%
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