LABOROTA 4000/4001 efficient LABOROTA 4010/4011 digital

LABOROTA 4000/4001 efficient LABOROTA 4010/4011 digital
LABOROTA 4000/4001 efficient
LABOROTA 4010/4011 digital
LABOROTA 4002/4003 control
LABOROTA 4002/4003 control
vario
Betriebsanleitung
Instruction manual
Mode d’Emploi
Manual de
Instrucciones
Istruzioni per l‘uso
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ENGLISH
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FRANCAISE
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ESPAÑOL
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ITALIANO
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Thank you for purchasing a Heidolph Instruments product. This item has been designed, made and
inspected in compliance with DIN EN ISO 61010 for long performance and continuous operation.
SUMMARY
SUMMARY ........................................................................................................................56
STANDARD ITEM PLUS OPTIONS .................................................................................59
GENERAL .........................................................................................................................60
SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................60
SET-UP..............................................................................................................................62
1.
2.
2.1.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
9.1.
10.
11.
12.
13.
13.1.
13.2.
13.3.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Item set-up .................................................................................................................. 62
Electric wiring .............................................................................................................. 63
Bayonet-type plug connector ....................................................................................... 63
Install condenser support bar, when using G3, G4, G5 and G6 glassware kits ........... 64
Install vapor tube ........................................................................................................ 64
Install glassware set G1 .............................................................................................. 65
Install glassware set G3 .............................................................................................. 67
Install glassware set G4 .............................................................................................. 68
Install glassware set G5 .............................................................................................. 69
Install glassware set G6 .............................................................................................. 71
Adjust vacuum pressure tightness of valve (E) of G6 glassware kit............................. 72
Cooling water fitting on glassware kit .......................................................................... 73
Connect vacuum pressure to glassware kit ................................................................. 73
Install Woulff flask / vacuum valve................................................................................ 73
Vacuum lines ................................................................................................................ 74
LABOROTA 4000/4001 efficient, LABOROTA 4010/4011 digital................................. 71
LABOROTA 4002/4003 control with Rotavac valve control ......................................... 72
LABOROTA 4002/4003 control with Rotavac vario control .......................................... 73
Install protective hood .................................................................................................. 77
Install protective shield ................................................................................................. 77
Install boil temperature sensor for LABOROTA 4002/ 4003 control and LABOROTA
4010/4011 digital .......................................................................................................... 78
Install T auto temperature sensor ................................................................................ 78
Install remote control for LABOROTA 4001 efficient, 4011 digital and 4003 control)... 79
Connect VAC senso T with LABOROTA 4002/4003 control ........................................ 80
Connect ROTAVAC vario control power supply .......................................................... 81
CONTROLS AND OPERATION........................................................................................82
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Adjust evaporator flask angle ....................................................................................... 82
Use of hand lift (LABOROTA 4000 efficient, 4010 digital and 4002 control) ................ 82
Use of power lift (LABOROTA 4001 efficient, 4011 digital and 4003 control) .............. 83
Adjust immersion depth of evaporator flask ................................................................ 83
Evaporator flask draw-off fixture................................................................................... 84
Displace heating bath .................................................................................................. 84
Fill hot bath .................................................................................................................. 85
Work with protective hood and protective shield ......................................................... 86
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29.
Add substance to be distilled........................................................................................ 86
30.
Aerate by hand ............................................................................................................. 86
31.
Adjust hot bath temperature ......................................................................................... 86
31.1.
LABOROTA 4000 / 4001 efficient and LABOROTA 4010 / 4011 digital....................... 86
31.2.
LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control .................................................................................. 88
32.
Turn on and set rotary speed ....................................................................................... 88
32.1.
LABOROTA 4000 / 4001 efficient................................................................................. 89
32.2.
LABOROTA 4010 / 4011 digital.................................................................................... 89
32.3.
LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control .................................................................................. 89
33.
Determine boil temperature with (optional) boil temperature sensor............................ 89
33.1.
LABOROTA 4010 / 4011 digital.................................................................................... 89
33.2
LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control .................................................................................. 90
34.
Distillation control with LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control.............................................. 90
34.1.
General information ...................................................................................................... 90
34.2.
Display and edit values ................................................................................................ 90
34.3.
Activate / deactivate vacuum control ............................................................................ 91
34.4.
Select vacuum control mode ........................................................................................ 91
34.4.1. p const, settings ........................................................................................................... 91
34.4.2 T auto, settings ............................................................................................................. 92
34.4.3. p auto, settings ............................................................................................................. 93
34.5.
Timer function............................................................................................................... 93
34.5.1. TIME COUNTING:........................................................................................................ 93
34.5.2. TIMER: ......................................................................................................................... 93
34.5.3. Time display ................................................................................................................. 94
34.6.
Discontinue evacuation ................................................................................................ 94
34.7.
Save actual p const as nominal value .......................................................................... 94
34.8.
Save and recall distillation parameters......................................................................... 94
34.8.1. Save file........................................................................................................................ 94
34.8.2. Recall file...................................................................................................................... 95
34.9.
Auto Start Stop function ............................................................................................... 95
34.10. Pressure ramp: program, activate, save, and recall from memory............................... 95
34.10.1. Program and activate pressure ramp ........................................................................... 95
34.10.2. Save pressure ramp ..................................................................................................... 96
34.10.3 Recall pressure ramp from memory ............................................................................. 96
34.10.4. Program more pressure ramps..................................................................................... 96
34.10.5. Edit pressure ramps ..................................................................................................... 96
34.11. Calibrate pressure sensor ............................................................................................ 96
34.12. Safety switch-off in case of excessive pressure ........................................................... 96
INFORMATION ABOUT DISTILLATION SETTINGS .......................................................97
35.
36.
37.
38.
38.1.
38.1.1.
Rotary speed of evaporator flask.................................................................................. 97
Temperature difference between hot bath and vapor................................................... 97
Temperature difference between vapor temperature and coolant................................ 97
Choose vacuum regulation mode and do respective settings ...................................... 97
p const vacuum regulating mode.................................................................................. 97
Settings in "p const" vacuum regulation mode ............................................................. 97
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38.2.
38.2.1.
38.3.
38.3.1.
39.
39.1.
39.2.
39.3.
"T auto" vacuum regulation mode ................................................................................ 98
Settings in "T auto" vacuum regulating mode............................................................... 98
"p auto" pressure regulating mode ............................................................................... 98
Settings in "p auto" vacuum regulation mode............................................................... 98
Solvent data ................................................................................................................. 99
at boil temperature of 40°C .......................................................................................... 99
at boil temperatures deviating from 40°C ..................................................................... 99
solvents not depicted.................................................................................................... 99
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................. 101
DISASSEMBLE, FORWARD & STORE ......................................................................... 101
DISPOSAL ...................................................................................................................... 101
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................... 103
SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................................... 103
WARRANTY, LIABILITY & COPYRIGHT ....................................................................... 105
FAQ / REPAIR WORK .................................................................................................... 105
CE-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.......................................................................... 106
Important information
Advice about power cord / mains supply
Caution: mandatory action
Caution: fire- and explosion hazard
Caution: hazard of burns, hot surface
Advice about maintenance / repair
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STANDARD ITEM PLUS OPTIONS
item
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
P/N
230/240V 50/60Hz
519-00000-00
519-10000-00
519-40000-00
519-50000-00
519-20000-00
519-30000-00
517-01002-00
517-01001-00
513-00100-00
513-00300-00
513-00400-00
513-00500-00
513-00600-00
513-00110-00
513-00310-00
513-00410-00
513-00510-00
513-00610-00
P/N
115V 50/60Hz
519-00000-01
519-10000-01
519-40000-01
519-50000-01
519-20000-01
519-30000-01
517-01002-01
517-01001-01
513-00100-00
513-00300-00
513-00400-00
513-00500-00
513-00600-00
513-00110-00
513-00310-00
513-00410-00
513-00510-00
513-00610-00
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
23-09-03-01-03
22-03-02-01-05
23-30-01-01-30
23-30-01-02-89
11-300-005-19
14-007-003-81
14-007-045-08
23-09-03-01-03
22-03-02-01-05
23-30-01-01-30
23-30-01-02-89
11-300-005-19
14-007-045-10
14-300-009-28
1
14-300-003-36
14-300-003-36
1
01-005-004-24
01-005-004-24
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basic item LABOROTA 4000 efficient
basic item LABOROTA 4001 efficient
basic item LABOROTA 4010 digital
basic item LABOROTA 4011 digital
basic item LABOROTA 4002 control
basic item LABOROTA 4003 control
heating bath 4000 digit
heating bath 4000 control
glass set G1
glass set G3
glass set G4
glass set G5
glass set G6
glass set G1 coated
glass set G3 coated
glass set G4 coated
glass set G5 coated
glass set G6 coated
loose parts:
coupling
cocking spring
PTFE 26 seal
clamping sleeve 26
coupling ring, vapor tube
power cord
link wire to heating bath
link wire to heatingt bath
(LABOROTA 4002/4003 only)
Owner's Manual
Accessories
item
protective hood
protective shield
boil temperature sensor
temperature sensor T auto
remote control
extension panels
ROTAVAC vacuum pump
ROTAVAC valve control vacuum pump
ROTAVAC vario control vacuum pump
VAC senso T
VAC control automatic vacuum controller
vacuum switchbox for 3 ea. separate items
Woulff-flask
vacuum valve
condensate cooler for ROTAVAC valve control
condensate cooler for ROTAVAC vario control
5 liters bath liquid
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P/N
P/N
230/240V 50/60Hz 115V 50/60Hz
591-00010-00
591-00020-00
591-00030-00
591-00040-00
591-00050-00
591-00090-00
591-00100-00
591-00100-01
591-00130-00
591-00130-01
591-00140-00
591-00140-01
591-00350-00
591-00350-01
591-00340-00
591-00340-01
591-00400-00
591-00400-01
591-00071-00
591-24000-00
591-00081-00
591-00082-00
515-31000-00
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GENERAL
Unpack your item carefully.
Inspect for damage and report such damage or missing parts to your supplier
immediately.
Read your Instruction Manual carefully. Take the time to read the manual which will
save time while working with your product. Make sure that every user has read and
understood the Instruction Manual.
Please store the Instruction Manual in a place easily accessible to every user.
IF ALL ELSE FAILS, READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS !
A so-called EURO-plug (DIN 49441 CEE 7/VII 10/ 16 A 250 V) is standard on all of
the products.
For the Continental US they feature a US-standard plug (NEMA Pub.No.WDI.1961
ASA C 73.1 . 1961 page 8 15A 125V).
For using the item in a country with deviating outlet / plug systems, we recommend
to use approved adapters or to have an electrician replace the standard plug with
one mating your local system.
As shipped, the item features a protective ground wire. When replacing the original
plug, make sure to reconnect this protective ground wire in the new plug !
SAFETY INFORMATION
Please comply with all safety and accident prevention regulations as in force
for laboratory work !
Use extra care while working with rotary evaporators.
Use eye protection and adequate clothing.
Use extra care while working with flammable substances; refer to safety data
sheets.
Use extra care while working close to flammable and explosive substances.
Motors are of non-sparking type, the item itself is not explosion-protected.
Before connecting your item with the local power supply, make sure the item
has been designed for your local voltage; refer to data plate on item.
Connect your item with a grounded outlet only.
Turn power switch to OFF when item is not in use, or before disconnecting
from mains.
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Caution ! Hazard of burns when running the hot bath at temperatures
exceeding 60°C. Avoid touching hot edge of bowl, evaporator flask and fluid in
bowl. Use gloves when replacing evaporator flask.
Never run hot bath dry.
Repair work is limited to skilled personnel so authorized by Heidolph.
Your item needs a solid stand.
Locate the rotary evaporator on a smooth, horizontal table or on the
ROTACOOL reflux cooler. Make sure not to obstruct area around evaporator.
Avoid overpressure in the system. Explosion hazard. For reasons of safety
open aerating valve, when working at ambient pressure, in order to avoid
excessive overpressure.
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SET-UP
1. Item set-up (fig. 1)
L
3
6
7
fig. 1
K
12
4
9
Q
M
P
O
2
N
1a
1c
1b
2b
2a
-
Locate basic item on a smooth and solid surface, e.g. lab table or on ROTACOOL reflux cooler.
Item is set-up horizontally.
-
Locate hot bath (2) feet in rails of console (1a). Controls facing forward.
-
All of the four feet of the hot bath feature height adjustment, to prevent tipping. Re-adjust feet
as required until hot bath (2) properly is seated on console (1a).
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2. Electric wiring (figs. 1, 2 and 3)
-
Before connecting with your local power supply, double check to be sure:
your item has been designed for your local voltage as depicted on the data plate (also
refer to "Safety Information" section). Refer to "General", if you use a different outlet /
plug system;
power switches (1b & 2a) for item and hot bath are OFF;
rotary controls (1c & 2b) for rotation and hot bath temperature are set to ZERO (LH stop).
-
Connect power cord with outlet. Use connectors installed in the rear panel.
-
Use junction cable to connect hot bath (2) with the item. LABOROTA 4002 control and
LABOROTA 4003 control: connect temperature sensor cable and control cable (5-pin) between
item and hot bath.
fig. 2
VAC senso T
ROTAVAC vario
control
LABOROTA
4002/4003
power cord
junction cable, hot
bath
control cable, hot
bath
LABOROTA
4002/4003
remote control
LABOROTA
4001/4011/4003
temperature sensor T auto or boil
temperature sensor
LABOROTA 4010/4011/4002/4003
2.2. Bayonet-type plug connector (fig. 3)
-
(hot bath control cable, remote control, boil
temperature sensor, temperature sensor T auto,
ROTAVAC resp. VAC).
Turn item OFF before connecting
bayonet-type plug.
-
hold plug connector's knurled ring, lightly press
item against socket, turn knurled ring CCW until
seated in place. Force plug connector into
socket and lock plug by turning knurled ring
clockwise.
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3. Install condenser support bar, when using G3, G4, G5 and G6 glassware kits
(refer to figs. 1 & 4)
-
G3, G4, G5 and G6 glassware kits are protected against tipping with condenser support bar.
-
First secure bar (3) in threaded hole (4) with
hex-key screw (5). Tilt bar (3) to fit the
condenser (K) to be held.
-
Fit cross sleeve (6) on bar (3) and secure
with clamp screw.
-
Plug condenser clamp (7) in cross hole of
cross sleeve (6) and secure with clamp
screw.
3
5
4
fig. 4
4. Install vapor tube (refer to figs. 1,5,6,7 & 8 )
-
The vapor tube ass'y. (8) is packed with the glassware kit. First remove coupling ring from
flange (12), remove cocking spring (13) and PTFE-seal (11), unthread vapor tube coupling ring
(9) from drive (4) and remove clamping sleeve (10) by pulling.
-
Slip coupling ring (9) and clamping sleeve (10) on vapor tube (8), bead pointing forward.
9
11
23
8
fig. 5
fig. 7
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10
24
fig. 6
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Make sure, small bead on ID of clamping sleeve (10) snaps into groove of vapor tube
(8).
-
Introduce vapor tube ass'y. (8) into drive head from the right and secure on drive head with
coupling ring (9). Pull ring hand-tight.
For pulling tight and loosening the vapor tube's coupling ring (8), drive shaft (4) can be
locked with button (23).
Slip PTFE seal (11), sealing edge pointing forward, over vapor tube (8), from the left.
Location of sealing edge is very important to guarantee proper sealing action under
vacuum.
K
10
12
9
24
13
11
P
8
Fig.8
Q
5. Install glassware set G1 (Figs. 1 & 9)
-
-
Raise lift
Unscrew coupling ring (12) from drive head and remove cocking spring (13). Slide coupling
ring (12) over condenser (K) flange. Slide cocking spring (13) over flange as well. Screw
condenser (K) on drive head with coupling ring (12), pressing flange against PTFE seal 26
(11).
Cooling water is connected to studs (W) with fitting (H) and threaded cap GL 14 (G).
Collecting flask (N) is secured to condenser (K) with a clamp (O). The clamp (O) is secured by
turning the knurled screw clockwise. Attach evaporator flask (P) to vapor tube 26 (8) with
clamp (Q).
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-
-
Inlet pipe (M) is inserted into ground glass fitting at the far end of the condenser (K). Doing this
connection, make sure drip ring is located on the PTFE tube as to prevent condensate from
flowing back into evaporator flask (P).
Insert supplied inlet tube (S) through cap (E) and washer (D) mounted on inletcock. Secure
tube by turning cap clockwise.
Boil-temperature sensor (P/N 591.00030.00) may be installed instead of threaded cap GL 18
(11). Not using a boil-temperature sensor, close fitting with threaded cap GL 18 (11).
Vacuum is connected to fitting (V) with connector (H) and threaded cap GL 14 (G).
Before lowering the lift, locate hot bath centrally underneath evaporation flask (P).
Fig. 9
*location of drip ring
P/N
514-00000-01
514-00020-03
514-00100-00
514-00110-00
514-51000-00
514-74000-00
514-74000-05
514-84000-00
514-84000-02
515-40000-00
515-40000-01
515-42000-00
23-09-03-01-24
23-09-03-01-27
23-30-01-04-69
23-08-06-03-26
23-30-01-04-72
11-300-005-22
item
8
8
K
K
M
P
P
N
N
Q
Q
O
L
G
E
D
S
H
name
vapor tube 26, NS 29/32
vapor tube 26 NS 24/40
condenser G1
condenser G1B, plastic-coated
inlet pipe
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 29/32
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 24/40
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20 plastic-coated
clamp NS 29/32
clamp NS 24/40
clamp S 35/20
threaded cap GL 18
threaded cap GL 14 (for cooling water and vacuum)
Threaded cap GL10 red
O-ring 3,2x2,5
inlet tube (PTFE-) 3,5/4,5x600
hose fitting for threaded cap GL14
Use screwdriver to remove cocking spring (13) from condenser flange G1 (K)
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1
1
1
(1)
1
1
1
1
(1)
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
3
E
6. Install glassware set G3 (Figs. 1 & 10)
Raise lift.
Unscrew coupling ring (12) from
drive head and remove cocking
spring (13). Slide coupling ring
(12) over condenser flange (K).
Slide cocking spring (13) over
the flange as well. Screw
condenser (K) on drive head
with coupling ring (12), pressing
flange against PTFE seal 26
(11).
Arrange condenser clamp (7) on
condenser (K) and secure on
column (3) with clamp screws.
Match column (3) tilt to
condenser (K). For more details
about installation of condenser
holder, refer to page 31.
Cooling water is connected with
studs (W), hose fitting (H) and
threaded cap (G).
Collecting flask (N) is secured
on condenser (K) with a clamp
(O). The flask clamp (O) is
secured in place by turning the
knurled-head screw clockwise.
Connect evaporator flask (P)
with vapor tube 26 (8); use
clamp (Q).
The inlet pipe (M) is inserted into
the ground glass stud on the left
of the condenser. When doing
this connection, make sure drip
Fig 10
*position of drip ring
ring is located on the PTFE tube
as to prevent condensate from
flowing back into evaporator flask (P).
Trim PTFE hose until reaching bottom of the evaporator flask (P).
Insert supplied inlet tube (S) through cap (E) and washer (D) mounted on inletcock. Secure
tube by turning cap clockwise.
Use (optional) boil-temperature sensor (P/N 591.00030.00) instead of threaded cap GL 18(L).
Not using boil-temperture sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (L).
Install the vacuum fitting (T) into the ground glass stud on top of condenser (K). (optional) T
auto temperature sensor (P/N 591.00040.00) substitutes threaded cap GL 18 (12).
Not using a T auto sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (12).
Connect vacuum with stud (V), fitting (H) and threaded fitting GL 14 (G).
P/N
514-00000-01
514-00020-03
514-00300-00
514-00310-00
514-51000-00
514-00001-00
514-74000-00
514-74000-05
514-84000-00
514-84000-02
item
8
8
K
K
M
T
P
P
N
N
name
vapor tube 26, NS 29/32
vapor tube 26, NS 24/40
condenser G3
condenser G3B, plastic-coated
inlet pipe
vacuum fitting, NS 29/32
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 29/32
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 24/40
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20 plastic-coated
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1
1
1
(1)
1
1
1
1
1
(1)
E
515-40000-00
515-40000-01
515-42000-00
23-09-03-01-24
23-09-03-01-27
11-300-005-22
23-30-01-04-69
23-08-06-03-26
23-30-01-04-72
591-00060-00
Q
Q
O
L
G
H
E
D
S
clamp NS 29/32
clamp NS 24/40
clamp S 35/20
threaded cap GL 18
threaded fitting GL 14 (for cooling water and vacuum)
connector for the threaded fitting GL14
threaded cap GL10 red
O-ring 3,2x2,5
inlet tube (PTFE-) 3,5/4,5x600
condenser holder
1
1
1
2
3
3
1
1
1
1
7. Install glassware set G4 (Figs. 1 & 11)
Raise lift
Unscrew coupling ring(12) from the
drive head and remove cocking
spring (13). Slide coupling ring (12)
over central flange (R). Slide cocking
spring (13) over flange as well.
Screw center part (R) on drive head
with coupling ring (12), condenser
fitting (K) pointing up. When being
tightened, flange is seated against
the PTFE seal 26 (11).
Install condenser (K) into the upper
ground glass stud of center part (R).
Locate condenser clamp (7) around
condenser (K) and secure to column
Fig. 11
(3) with clamp screws. Seat column
*position of drip ring
(3) as to fit tilt angle of condenser
(K). For more details about
installation of condenser holder refer
to page 31.
Cooling water is connected to studs
(W) with connector (H) and threaded
fitting GL 14 (G).
The collecting flask (N) is secured to
center part (R) with clamp (O).
Clamp (O) is secured by turning the
knurled screw-head clockwise.
Secure evaporation flask (P) to vapor
tube 26 (8) with clamp (Q).
Insert inlet pipe (M) into the ground
glass fitting on the left of center part
(R). Doing this connection, make
sure drip ring is located on the PTFE
tube as to prevent condensate from
flowing back into evaporator flask (P).
Insert supplied inlet tube (S) through cap (E) and washer (D) mounted on inletcock. Secure
tube by turning cap clockwise.
Trim PTFE hose until reaching bottom of the evaporator flask (P).
(optional) boil temperature P/N 591.00030.00) substitutes threaded cap GL18(L) (refer to page
37).
Not using a boil-temperature sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (L).
Install vacuum fitting (T) in ground glass stud on top of condenser (K). (optional) T auto
temperature sensor (P/N 591.00040.00) substitutes threaded cap GL 18 (L).
Not using a T auto temperature sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (L).
Connect vacuum source with stud (V), connector (H) and threaded fitting GL 14 (G).
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P/N
514-00401-00
514-00411-00
514-00000-01
514-00020-03
514-55000-00
514-55000-02
514-51000-00
514-00001-00
514-74000-00
514-74000-05
514-84000-00
514-84000-02
515.40000.00
514-40000-01
515-42000-00
23-09-03-01-24
23-09-03-01-27
11-300-005-22
23-30-01-04-69
23-08-06-03-26
23-30-01-04-72
591-00060-00
item
R
R
8
8
K
K
M
T
P
P
N
N
Q
Q
O
L
G
H
E
D
S
description
center part G4
center part G4B, plastic-coated
vapor tube 26, NS 29/32
vapor tube 26, NS 24/40
condenser G4
condenser G4B, plastic-coated
inlet pipe
vacuum attachment, NS 29/32
evaporation flask 1000 ml, NS 29/32
evaporation flask 1000 ml, NS 24/40
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20 plastic-coated
clamp NS 29/32
clamp NS 24/40
clamp S 35/20
threaded cap GL 18
threaded fitting GL 14 (for cooling water and vacuum)
connector for the threaded fitting GL14
Threaded cap GL10 red
O-ring 3,2x2,5
inlet tube (PTFE-) 3,5/4,5x600
condenser holder
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8. Install glassware set G5 (Figs. 1 & 12)
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Raise lift
Unscrew coupling ring (12) from drive head and remove cocking spring (13). Slide coupling
ring (12) over flange of cold-trap (K). Slide cocking spring (13) over flange as well.
Screw cold trap shroud (K) on drive head with coupling ring (12), seating flange against PTFE
seal 26 (11).
Refer to fig. 1 for installation of condenser bracket.
Plug bracket ass'y. (S) into
A
horizontal cross-clamp bore (6)
A
and secure with clampscrew.
Match stand column (3) with
H
glass kit inclination and fit
retainer ass'y. (A) over cold
trap shroud (K). Secure cold
G
trap shroud (K) with clamp
V
Y
strap being part of retainer
ass'y. (A).
K
L
Collecting flask (N) is secured
R
to cold-trap shroud with clamp
(O). Secure clamp (O) by
B
M
turning the knurled-head screw
clockwise.
Fasten evaporator flask (P) to
X/X1
vapor tube 26 (8) with clamp
E
D
(Q).
Q
The inlet pipe (M) is inserted
into ground glass stud on the
S
left of the cold-trap shroud.
8
Doing this connection, make
sure drip ring is located on the
O
PTFE tube as to prevent
N
condensate from flowing back
P
into evaporator flask (P).
Fig. 12
fig.12
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*position of drip ring
E
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Trim PTFE hose until reaching bottom of evaporator flask (P).
Insert supplied inlet tube (S) through cap (E) and washer (D) mounted on inletcock. Secure
tube by turning cap clockwise.
The (optional) boil-temperature sensor (P/N 591.00030.00) can be used in place of the
threaded cap GL 18(L).
Not using a boil-temperature sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (L).
Locate gasket (X= silicon with FEP, or X1= silicon) in sealing groove of cold trap shroud (K).
Insert centering ring (B) in cold trap shroud (K) and insert cold trap (Y) in cold trapshroud (K).
Connect vacuum source with stud (V), connector (H) and threaded fitting GL 14 (G).
P/N
514-00000-01
514-00020-03
514-00500-00
514-00510-01
514-00501-00
23-30-01-01-39
23-30-01-01-88
514-51000-00
514-74000-00
514-74000-05
514-84000-00
514-84000-02
515-40000-00
515-40000-01
515-42000-00
23-09-03-01-24
23-09-03-01-27
11-300-005-22
591-00061-00
23-30-01-04-88
23-30-01-04-69
23-08-06-03-26
23-30-01-04-72
15-003-003-24
item
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K
Y
X
X1
M
P
P
N
N
Q
Q
O
L
G
H
A
B
E
D
S
R
name
vapor tube 26, NS 29/32
vapor tube 26, NS 24/40
cold-trap shroud
cold-trap shroud, plastic-coated
cold-trap
seal G5 (Silicon/FEP)
seal G5
inlet pipe
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 29/32
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 24/40
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20 plastic-coated
clamp NS 29/32
clamp NS 24/40
clamp S 35/20
threaded cap GL 18
threaded fitting GL 14 (for cooling water and vacuum)
connector for threaded fitting GL14
retainer ass`y
centering ring
Threaded cap GL10 red
O-ring 3,2x2,5
inlet tube (PTFE-) 3,5/4,5x600
cock-plug: NS 19/38
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9. Install glassware set G6 (Figs. 1 & 13)
Raise lift
Unscrew coupling ring (12) from drive head and remove cocking spring (13). Slide coupling
ring (12) over center part flange. Slide
cocking spring (13) over flange as
well.
Screw cold trap shroud (K) on drive
head with coupling ring (12), seating
flange against PTFE seal 26 (11).
Screw coupling ringG6 (U) on drive
head and insert adapter G6 (Z) with
seal G6 (D) in coupling ring G6 (U).
The adapter (Z) is seated against the
Fig 13
PTFE seal 26 (11)
*position of drip ring
Screw center part (R) on coupling ring
G6 (U) (12); flange is seated against
seal G6 (D).
Install condenser (K) into the upper
ground-glass stud of center part (R).
Locate condenser clamp (7) around
condenser (K) and secure to column
(3) with clamp screw. For installation
of the condenser holder refer to fig. 1.
Cooling water is connected to studs
(W) with connector (H) and threaded
fitting GL 14 (G).
Collecting flask (N) is secured on the
center part (R) with clamp (O). Clamp
(O) is secured by turning knurled-head
screw clockwise
Fasten the evaporator flask (P) to
vapor tube 26 (8) with clamp (Q). The
inlet pipe (M) is inserted into the
ground glass stud on the left of the center part (R).
Doing this connection, make sure the drip ring is located on the PTFE tube as to prevent
condensate from flowing back into the evaporator flask (P).
Insert supplied inlet tube (S) through cap (E) and washer (D) mounted on inletcock. Secure
tube by turning cap clockwise.
The (optional) boil-temperature sensor (P/N 591.00030.00) substitutes threaded cap GL 18
(L).
Not using a boil-temperature sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (L).
12
13
D
Z
U
fig. 14
R
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Insert the vacuum attachment (T) into the ground-glass socket at the upper end of the
condenser (K). The temperature sensor T auto (accessory No. 591.00040.00) can be used in
place of the threaded sealing cap GL 18 (L).
Not using a T auto sensor, close stud with threaded cap GL 18 (L).
Connect vacuum source to stud (V). connector (H) and threaded fitting GL 14 (G).
P/N
514-00601-00
514-00611-00
514-48000-00
514-00000-02
514-00020-04
514-23000-00
514-23000-02
514-51000-00
22-30-01-05-02
23-30-01-01-35
515-62000-00
514-00001-00
514-74000-00
514-74000-05
514-84000-00
514-84000-02
515-40000-00
515-40000-01
515-42000-00
23-09-03-01-24
23-09-03-01-27
11-300-005-22
23-30-01-04-69
23-08-06-03-26
23-30-01-04-72
591-00060-00
item
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K
K
M
Z
D
U
T
P
P
N
N
Q
Q
O
L
G
H
E
D
S
name
center part G6
center part G6B, plastic-coated
valve
vapor tube 26, NS 29/32
vapor tube 26, NS 24/40
condenser G6
condenser G6B, plastic-coated
inlet pipe
adapter G 6
seal G6
threaded coupling G6
vacuum fitting, NS 29/32
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 29/32
evaporator flask 1000 ml, NS 24/40
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
collecting flask 1000 ml, S 35/20 plastic-coated
clamp NS 29/32
clamp NS 24/40
clamp S 35/20
threaded cap GL 18
threaded fitting GL 14 (for cooling water and vacuum)
connector for the threaded fitting GL14
Threaded cap GL10 red
O-ring 3,2x2,5
inlet tube (PTFE-) 3,5/4,5x600
condenser holder
qty.
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9.1. Adjust vacuum pressure tightness of valve (E) of G6 glassware kit
Valve (E) features an adjustable sealing area. The seal may be re-seated with a screwdriver
as shown in fig. 15. To this end, screw valve into centre part G6 (R) completely; at this point
turn adjusting screw clockwise until a white ring appears on the glass shaft.
Caution: do not overtorque (glass may break).
E
R
fig. 15
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10. Cooling water fitting on glassware kit (refer to figs. 9 - 13)
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Cooling water is connected (except G5 glassware kit) with the threaded glass stud GL 14 of the
cooling coil, using barbs (H) and threaded caps GL 14 (G). Use hose with 7 - 8 mm ID and
secure with hose clamps.
When selecting parameters of distillation, you need to make reference to cooling
water temperature all the time (refer to Chapter "Remarks about distillation setting).
To be able to work with a low as possible cooling water temperature and to be independent from a
cooling water network, Heidolph has developed the ROTACOOL reflux cooler, designed for rotary
evaporators.
11. Connect vacuum pressure to glassware kit (refer to figs. 9 - 13)
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Connect vacuum pressure with threaded glass stud GL 14, using barbs (H) and threaded caps
GL 14 (G).. Use vacuum hose with an ID of 7 - 8 mm and secure with hose clamp.
While working with vacuum pressure make reference to local safety regulations and
setting instructions.
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To guarantee proper vacuum tightness, we recommend to coat all ground mating surfaces
with industrial quality silicone grease; another option would be use of conventional PTFE
inserts.
12. Install Woulff flask / vacuum valve
Woulff flask and vacuum valve are interlinked directly (refer to fig. 16). To this end use the PTFEhose shipped with the Woulff flask (fig. 16). If you are going to install Woulff flask and vacuum
valve separately, use the PTFE adapter (fig. 17) for connecting the vacuum hose.
Use brackets from your hardware kit to
attach the Woulff flask and / or vacuum
fig. 16
valve beside the lift column of the basic item
with two screws (figs. 17 & 18).
PTFE
hose
PTFE
adapter
fig. 18
fig. 17
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13. Vacuum lines
How to route hoses for the individual vacuum systems:
13.1. Laborota 4000/4001 efficient, Laborota 4010/4011 digital
fig. 19a
1
2
3
4
5
6
condenser on unit
ventilation
pump exhaust
exhaust condenser (optional)
Vacuum valve
Y hose connector
7
8
9
10
11
fig. 19b
74
Woulffs’ bottle
vacuum hose
line vacuum valve
power supply
vacuum connection
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13.2. Laborota 4002/4003 control with Rotavac valve control
fig. 20a
1
2
3
4
5
6
condenser on unit
ventilation
pump exhaust
exhaust condenser (optional)
Vacuum valve
Y hose connector
7
8
9
10
11
12
fig. 20b
75
Woulffs’ bottle
vacuum hose
line vacuum valve
power supply
vacuum connection
data line
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13.3. Laborota 4002/4003 control with Rotavac vario control
fig. 21a
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
condenser on unit
ventilation
pump exhaust
exhaust condenser (optional)
Vacuum valve
Y hose connector
Woulffs’ bottle
8
9
10
11
12
13
fig. 21b
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vacuum hose
line vacuum valve
power supply
vacuum connection
data line
power line rotavac vario control
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14. Install protective hood, fig. 22 (option P/N 591.00010.00)
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This protective hood (25) protects the user from glass fragments, a possible shock wave will
escape via the top end. This hood guarantees adequate protection in both, the operational
mode and with the lift in upper position.
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The protective hood (25) with its structural member is attached to the vertical stop (15) with 2
screws. For opening or closing the protective hood (25) through 90 degrees, use the handle
provided. To displace the protective hood (25) loosen clamp screw (16); this way, you can
locate the hood over the center of the hot bath; if, for example (using bigger-size evaporator
flasks), the hot bath may be displaced to the right and the protective hood (25) arranged in the
right place. Secure with clamp screw (16).
25
25a
15
16
14
fig. 22
15. Install protective shield, fig. 23 (option P/N 591.00020.00)
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With the lift in its upper position, a protective shield (17) will protect the operator from
fragments, e.g. when replacing a flask still being under vacuum.
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The protective shield is hooked-up at the hot bath's metallic frame (2) and clamped with screw
(18) (180° turn). Make sure plane of eccenter is pointing up.
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Before clamping, position protective shield (17) in a manner that allows to open the protective
hood (25) without collision (try out).
17
17
2
2
18
fig. 23
16. Install boil temperature sensor (option P/N 591.00030.00) for LABOROTA 4002/ 4003
control and LABOROTA 4010/4011 digital
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A boil temperature sensor is needed for the LABOROTA digital/control to monitor vapor
temperature during distillation.
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The boil temperature sensor is installed
in place of a screwed cap (L) (depends
on glassware kit used, refer to figs. 9 13).
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fig. 24
26
Unthread cap (L), install boil
temperature sensor and secure with
coupling ring (26).
Install seal with its white PTFE end pointing to the glass thread, instead of screwed
cap (26).
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The boil temperature sensor is connected to a 4-pin bayonet-type socket in the item's rear
panel (refer to fig. 2).
17. Install T auto temperature sensor (option P/N 591.00040.00)
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The T auto temperature sensor is needed for automatic distillation control, using G3, G4 & G6
glassware kits (also refer to Chapter 34.4.2 T auto settings and Chapter 38.2 vacuum
regulating mode T auto). The temperature sensor substitutes screwed cap (L) (depending of
glassware kit, refer to figs. 10, 11 & 13).
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Unthread cap (L), install temperature sensor and secure with coupling ring (26).
Install seal with its white PTFE end pointing to the glass thread, instead of screwed
cap (26).
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The temperature sensor is connected to a 4-pin bayonet-type socket in the item's rear panel
(refer to fig. 2).
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Vertical location of the T auto
temperature sensor: lower edge
of sensor at 2/3 of condenser
height (for operation and settings
of the T auto software refer to
Chapter 34.4.2).
26
fig. 25
T auto temperature sensor and boil temperature sensor cannot be used at the
same time.
18. Install remote control (option P/N 591.00050.00) for LABOROTA 4001 efficient, 4011
digital and 4003 control)
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The LABOROTA 4001 efficient, 4011 digital and 4003 control rotary evaporators feature a
remote control for the lift. On the LABOROTA 4003 control, an extra feature is remote vacuum
control and rotation control.
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The remote control itself features 3 meters of wire and is connected with a 7-pin bayonet-type
socket in the rear panel of the item refer to fig. 2).
fig. 26
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19. Connect VAC senso T (P/N 591-00350-00) with LABOROTA 4002/4003 control
-
-
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The rear panel of the LABOROTA
4002/4003 control features bushings for
holding the VAC senso T (fig. 27).
Plug VAC senso T attaching bolts into the
bushings and secure with two screws (fig.
28).
For electric wiring and vacuum fittings refer
to figs. 28 & 20.
The VAC senso T is activated with the
power switch. An LED beside the power
switch display status of vacuum valve (LED
lights = valve open).
fig. 27
attaching screws
LED
power switch
Vacuum
switchbox
LABOROTA
4002/4003
attaching screws
vacuum valve
power cord
aeration
vacuum
Vac senso T
80
fig. 28
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20. Connect ROTAVAC vario control power supply (P/N 591-00140-00)
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The rear panel of the LABOROTA 4002/4003 control features attaching sleeves (fig. 27) to
install power supply for the ROTAVAC vario control (fig. 27).
Plug attaching pins of ROTAVAC vario control power supply into bushings and secure with two
screws (fig. 29).
For electric branching and vacuum source refer to figs. 29 & 21. An LED beside the power
switch reports vacuum pump's status (LED lighting = vacuum pump running).
LED
power switch
vacuum pump
LABOROTA
4002/4003
attaching screw
power cord
aeration
vacuum
ROTAVAC
vario control
fig. 29
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CONTROLS AND OPERATION
Before connecting power cord with outlet, make sure that:
- item's voltage and frequency are the same as your local power
supply network (refer to data plate on item).
- power switches are OFF ("0"). control knobs are at their lefthand
stop, in order to avoid accidential rotation of the evaporator flask.
21. Adjust evaporator flask angle
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Evaporator flask angle
may be adjusted by
turning the rotary drive.
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To this end hold
condenser (K) of your
glassware kit with your
right hand, turn grey knob
(19) CCW through at
least one revolution
("unlock"), carefully tilt
condenser (K) to adjust
evaporator flask angle.
fig. 30
19
22
pull rotary knob (19) tight by turning clockwise ("lock").
22. Use of hand lift (LABOROTA 4000 efficient, 4010 digital and 4002 control)
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The hand lift features a big-size handle (20) at the front end of the item. The lift is balanced for
the average weight of a
standard glassware kit.
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Depress lift handle (20)
("push") to unlock lift
mechanism. Move lift
handle (20) to the left to
lower, or to the right to
raise the complete drive
mechanism with
glassware kit and
evaporator flask.
-
20
fig. 31
Release handle (20)
("push“) to lock lift in the present position.
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23. Use of power lift (LABOROTA 4001 efficient, 4011 digital and 4003 control)
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Turn power switch (1b) ON and run
power lift with arrow keys. Lift is going
to move as long as one of the arrow
keys is held depressed.
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On the LABOROTA 4003 control, the
arrow keys (up and down) also are
used to enter parameters of distillation.
For lift control you need to select the
"set" mode. "Set" mode automatically
is reset after 5 seconds.
arrow keys
1b
fig. 32
24. Adjust immersion depth of evaporator flask (also refer to figs. 22 & 30)
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The lift is used to immerse the evaporator flask in the bath fluid. To use the same immersion
depth for all distilling jobs, we recommend to firmly set immersion depth.
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To this end loosen
fig. 33
black rotary knob (22,
fig. 30) on lift column
by turning CCW
("unlock"). Vertical
stop (15) drops
15
2
(sustain by pulling
down). Descend lift
until reaching proper
immersion depth in
heating bath (2). It may be required to sustain this action by hand, if lift won't move when hitting
the arrow keys (tu). Pull rotary knob tight (22, fig. 30) by turning clockwise ("lock"). At this
point, immersion depth of the evaporator flask is set permanently.
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If immersion depth is not satisfactory after adjustment, repeat above steps.
If protective hood is installed,
you will need to displace
vertical stop (15) by hand:
14
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Loosen vertical stop (15) with black
rotary knob (22, fig. 30) ("unlock"), hold
protective hood's frame (14, fig. 22) and
move vertical stop till hitting upper end.
Pull rotary knob (22, fig. 30) tight
("lock“).
15
fig. 34
Descend lift with arrow key uuntil
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reaching immersed depth wanted.
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Hold protective hood's frame with your hand, the other hand is going to loosen the black rotary
knob (22) ("unlock"), and slip vertical lock (15) down to its extreme position. Pull rotary knob
(22) tight ("lock").
protective hood goes on the vertical stop (15), refer to fig. 22. The lift being lowered
will guarantee permanent immersed depth in the hot bath, as specified before.
25. Evaporator flask draw-off fixture
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An evaporator flask draw-off system allows to loosen a stuck evaporator flask (P) from the
vapor tube (8) at ease.
9
24
Q
P
8
fig. 35
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Remove flask clamp (Q). Hold evaporator flask with your right hand (use gloves to avoid
burns). With your left hand turn draw-off nut (24) CCW until evaporator flask is drawn off.
hold evaporator flask (P), do not drop into hot bath (flask might be broken, hazard
of splashes).
evaporator flask (P) may be hot ! Allow to chill before handling, or use gloves.
allow hot bath to chill, in order to avoid burns.
26. Displace heating bath (figs. 35 & 36)
-
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Using bigger-size evaporator
flasks or couplings between
evaporator flasks and vapor tube
(8, fig. 35), you will need to
increase clearance between hot
bath and drive head.
rails
All of the LABOROTA –models
feature feet in rails, the heating
bath can be displaced as
required.
fig. 36
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After displacing, re-adjust immersed depth and angle of the evaporator flask (refer
to Chapter 21).
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For extra extension beyond the range of displacement, an optional extension panel (P/N 59100090-00) is available; it attaches on the item with ease to give an added extension range of
displacement to 160 mm.
27. Fill hot bath (fig. 37)
Using deionized or distilled water for filling the hot bath, you need to add 0.2 % of
borax (Na2B4O7 *10H2O) as corrosion inhibitor.
Please note:The use of tabwater as heating media can lead to calcification which
can provoke crevice corrosion. Therefore the user is strongly recommended to
clean the heating bath with an adequate polish on a regular basis.
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It is recommended to use the bath liquid, accessorie-part.no. 515-31000-00
Never run your heating bath (2) dry !
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Before heating, fill heating bath (2) with fluid. The bowl features min- and max. marks (2c).
Max. fill level may be reached with the evaporator flask immersed only. Using bigsize evaporator flasks carefully immerse item in order to avoid spillage.
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For ease of transport, the hot bath (2) features rubber grips (2d) to improve friction.
Hazard of burns when running hot bath (2) at temperatures of more than 60° C.
Beware of metal edge of hot bath, fluid and evaporator flask.
max
2d
2c
min
fig. 37
2d
2e
2
2a
2b
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28. Work with protective hood and protective shield (optional, P/N 591.00010.00 and
591.00020.00) (also refer to figs. 22 & 23)
-
If you cannot locate the rotary evaporator behind a glass shield, optional protective hood (25)
and shield (17) offer adequate protection for the user.
-
The protective hood raises together with the lift, hence giving room for replacing the evaporator
flask (P).
-
Folding the protective hood up though 90° with its handle (25a) the evaporator flask's section
(P) is accessible. As described in Chapter 14, the protective hood easily adjusts to fit position
of the hot bath, e.g. if the hot bath needs to be displaced.
Do not open protective hood in lower position of lift, if you use hood and shield
together (collision between hood and shield).
29. Add substance to be distilled (also refer to figs. 9 -13)
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Substance to be distilled may be added through feeder tube (M), even under vacuum.
-
Plug hose (6 - 7 mm dia.) over nipple (A, figs. 9 - 13) and immerse other end of hose in
container with the substance to be distilled.
-
Open feed with plug of cock (M) (turn aperture of cock towards nipple). When closing cock (M)
make sure not to turn the plug through more than 90 degrees.
30. Aerate by hand (also refer to figs. 9-13)
The cock in feeder tube (M) also allows system aeration by hand. To this end turn
aperture in cock's plug up towards aerating hole (opposite hose liner).
31. Adjust hot bath temperature
31.1. LABOROTA 4000 / 4001 efficient and LABOROTA 4010 / 4011 digital
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Turn hot bath ON with push-button (2a); button lighted green.
Turn power switch (1b, fig. 1) to ON before starting adjusting work.
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Select heating bath temperature with rotary knob
(2b). During setting with rotary knob (2b), display
is going to show nominal temperature. Nominal
temperature display is flashing to easily be
distinguised from actual temperature. This feature
allows setting accuracy of 1°C. Setting job
complete (do not touch rotary knob for 5
seconds), display is going to change to actual
temperature.
display
2b
2e
2a
As a reminder that at nominal
temperatures exceeding 100°C oil must
be used as heating fluid, display is going
to show "OIL" for one second during
nominal temperature setting.
fig. 38
Temperature marks arranged around rotating knob (2b) just are a rough reference
for setting nominal temperature. Beginning with the 100°C mark, this scale is
printed red, which means that oil will be the only medium used above 100°C.
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A yellow pilot light (2e) on top of the switch lights when item is heating.
For reasons of safety, hot bath temperature is monitored by a temperature limiter. If
temperature control fails and actual temperature exceeds max. temperature by
about 10 %, the temperature limiter permanently disconnects heater.
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This temperature limiter is located on the underside. Disconnect status is displayed by a red
button (2f) protruding over the base panel by about 2 mm. To reset temperature limiter just
depress red button (2f) after some time for chilling off.
2e
2a
2b
fig. 39
2f
The temperature limiter having dropped, is an indication to have the hot bath
inspected by a service engineer authorized by Heidolph.
Error code Er3 displayed: you are heating your hot bath dry ! Disconnect push
button (2a), check whether temperature limiter dropped, reset if required, fill heating
bath with fluid.
Error code Er1 and Er2 displayed: heating bath inspection by a service engineer
authorized by Heidolph is mandatory.
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31.2. LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control
LABOROTA 4002 and 4003 control: adjust nominal temperature on basic item's control panel as
described below.
select
set Bath
variable
temperature
limiter
display
fig. 40
arrow keys
fig. 41
Select “Set Bath“ with select key and set nominal temperature with arrow keys.
Nominal temperature is displayed. After 5 seconds, display automatically returns to actual
indication (Act Bath).
As a reminder: at nominal temperatures exceeding 100 °C oil needs to be used for heat
carrier, the term "OIL" is displayed for about 1 second, if nominal of more than 100°C is
selected.
The LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control temperature control (2b) works as temperature
limiter; it should be set to at least 20°C above nominal.
32. Turn on and set rotary speed (also refer to fig. 1)
First turn rotary evaporator's power switch (1b) to ON.
Before turning power switch to ON, make sure temperature control knob (1c) is in
extreme left position to avoid accidential rotation of the evaporator flask.
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32.1.
LABOROTA 4000 / 4001 efficient
act Speed
Adjust rotational speed with knob 1c. Refer to
scale for speed setting. In extreme left position
of this knob, speed is zero.
32.2.
select
LABOROTA 4010 / 4011 digital
Adjust rotational speed with knob 1c. Speed
selected is displayed. In extreme left position of
this knob, speed is zero.
rot start stop
32.3.
display
LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control
Adjust rotational speed with knob 1c. Speed
selected is displayed. To this end select Act
Speed LED with Select key. In extreme left
position of this knob, speed won't be zero, but
the min. rotational speed.
Turn rotation ON / OFF with "Rot Start Stop"
key.
knob 1c
Fig. 42
33.
Determine boil temperature with (optional) boil temperature sensor
A boil temperature sensor being installed (refer to Chapter 16), boil temperature may be displayed.
33.1. LABOROTA 4010 / 4011 digital
Boil temperature is displayed.
display
fig. 43
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33.2. LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control
select
Hit "Select" key several times to display "Act Vap".
act vap
display
fig. 44
34. Distillation control with LABOROTA 4002 / 4003 control
34.1. General information
-
On LABOROTA 4002 and 4003 control all distillation parameters are set, controlled and
monitored from the control panel.
Vacuum display and vacuum control require use of the ROTAVAC vario
control vacuum pump or VAC senso T.
With the VAC senso T sensor unit and a vacuum valve, LABOROTA 4002/4003
control is a complete module regulating vacuum pressure by opening /
closing a valve.
With the ROTAVAC vario control vacuum pump, LABOROTA 4002/4003
control is a complete module regulating vacuum pressure by controlling
vacuum pump speed.
-
Boil temperature display needs an optional boil temperature sensor, whereas T auto and P
auto vacuum regulating modes require an optional temperature sensor.
-
If ROTAVAC vario control, VAC senso T, T auto temperature sensor or boil temperature sensor
are not connected, the "Act display" shows dashes „---„ , the respective program parts are not
used. Connecting the above items during operation, you need to turn the power switch (1b, fig.
1) OFF and ON, to activate the respective programs.
-
All parameters set digitally are saved by the LABOROTA's non-volatile memory. On start,
parameters used before are displayed.
34.2. Display and edit values
The two "Select" keys allow to show all of the distillation parameters in the LED displays: actual
values in the "Act" displays, values set in the "Set" displays, which in turn may be edited with the
arrow keystu, t = up, u = down. A new value is saved automatically.
-
The "set" display changes to "act" display after 5 seconds, if no new value is entered.
-
A function selected is confirmed by an LED.
In the set mode, the power lift cannot be actuated, vacuum control and hot bath
control are inactive.
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The lefthand Select-key selects the following parameters:
Act Speed
Set Time
Act Vac
Set Vac
Set Δ p
= actual rotational speed (rpm)
= distillation time in minutes
= actual vacuum in mbar (with ROTAVAC vario control or VAC senso T
only)
= nominal vacuum in mbar (with ROTAVAC vario control or VAC senso T
only)
= vacuum switching offset (hysteresis) in mbar (VAC senso T only)
The righthand Select-key selects the following parameters:
Act Bath
Set Bath
Act Vap
Set Vap
= actual hot bath temperature in °C
= nominal hot bath temperature in °C
= actual boil / control temperature in °C (with boil temperature sensor or
or T auto temperature sensor only)
= nominal control temperature in °C (with T auto temperature sensor only)
34.3. Activate / deactivate vacuum control
The Vac Start Stop key turns vacuum control ON
and OFF. An LED beside this key is going to confirm
operation of vacuum control.
LED
fig. 45
key
vac start stop
Vacuum regulation being OFF, the aerating valve remains open. Hitting the Vac
Start Stop key, foaming reactions during distillation may be stopped. The system is
aerated thus decreasing vacuum pressure level. Hitting the Vac Start Stop key
once more returns system to normal vacuum control mode.
34.4. Select vacuum control mode
P const
3 different kinds of vacuum control can be selected
with the "Mode" key.
P auto
T auto
34.4.1. p const, settings
fig 46
-
In the p const mode, vacuum pressure is maintained as selected before.
-
Hit Select key several times to get access to the
"set Vac" mode; select nominal vacuum with
arrow keys tu. This value is displayed. The
same way, Set Δp is used to select Δp. Δp is the
hysteresis of vacuum control valve.
To extend service life of vacuum
valve and electronics, we recommend
to set Δp to a level avoiding frequent
triggering of the valve (also refer to
Chapter 38).
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select
set vac
set Δp
display
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Using the ROTAVAC vario control (speed controlled) does not need Δp setting,
since vacuum control is derived from vacuum pump speed only. Selecting Set Δp,
dashes only appear in display.
34.4.2. T auto, settings
-
-
In this mode, vacuum is controlled by the optional
T auto temperature sensor.
select
T auto is an ecological approach. Using this very
special kind of vacuum control, only minor
amounts of solvent will be drawn-off by the
vacuum pump.
set vap
-
The T auto sensor determines temperature amid
display
the cooling coil. Reaching the temperature
having been set with "Set Vap", the vacuum
valve is going to close (VAC senso T), or pump
fig. 48
speed decreases against zero (ROTAVAC vario
control). Temperature dropping to 0.5°C below nominal, the valve is going to open (VAC senso
T), or pump speed raises (ROTAVAC vario control).
-
Use of T auto needs
"Set Vap". "Set Vap"
is set to 2 - 15°C
above actual cooling
water temperature. To
set vap
this end select "Set
Vap" with righthand
Select key and set
LH display
temperature with the
arrow keys tu. The
value so selected is
RH display
displayed. Next step
is entering final
pressure; exceeding
this value
automatically
arrow key
discontinues
distillation, to avoid
boiling in the receiving
fig. 49
flask. After about 5
seconds, "Endp"
appears in the lefthand display; at this point select final pressure. Final pressure so selected
appears in the righthand display.
Reaching this final pressure during distillation, will discontinue distillation right away. Also refer
to Auto Start Stop function.
Endp
0123
If distillation should not be discontinued, enter "1" in "Endp mode", which never can
be reached by physical condition.
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34.4.3. p auto, settings
-
The p auto vacuum control mode is a combination of T auto and p const. Determine distillation
point of the solvent; the pressure so determined is used for nominal pressure p const.
-
The following parameters are going to be selected:
- "Set Vap" (refer to Chapter 34.4.2)
- "Endp" (refer to Chapter 34.4.2)
- "Set Δp" (refer to Chapter 34.4.1) (not with ROTAVAC vario control vacuum pump).
-
After having started distillation in p auto vacuum
regulating mode, p auto LED is going to light
permanently. When reaching distillation point, the p
const LED is going to flash.
P const
P auto
fig. 50
34.5.
-
Timer function
This function features 2 different timer modes:
34.5.1. TIME COUNTING:
-
This function measures the duration of the distillation. This is the time from switching on
rotation with the “Auto Start Stop” key or “Rot Start Stop” to switching rotation off.
Select time counting mode
set time
-
Select "Set Time" with lefthand Select key, and
set time displayed to "0" with the arrow keys tu.
-
From starting rotation with the "Rot Start Stop"
key, or "Auto Start Stop" key, time counting will be
active until terminating rotation or hitting the "Auto
Start Stop" key once more.
-
display
Time may be displayed for 30 seconds after stop
by selecting "Set Time" mode.
fig. 51
34.5.2. TIMER:
-
select
This function stops distillation after the preset period.
In this mode, duration of distillation can be selected. This time having elapsed,
- vacuum control is discontinued, i.e. system is aerated
- lift travels up (LABOROTA 4003 control only), and rotation is stopped.
TIMER setting
-
Got to "Set Time" with lefthand "Select" key, set time with arrow keys tu.
-
Starting rotation with the "Rot Start Stop" or "Auto Start Stop" key, timer starts count-down and
discontinues distillation as described in para. 34.5.2 "timer". 30 seconds after the end of
distillation, previous time setting is saved in the memory so that you do not need to set the
same time once more, but just recall time and repeat the same action.
During operation, the timer time can be subsequently corrected: Select “Set Time” with the left
select key. Set the timer time by pressing the arrow keys tu.
-
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If the timer has been set - even if having been saved accidentially - the processor is
going to stop distillation. To avoid errors, the item is going to warn with 5 beeps and
flashing display that a time is set and rotation is started with the "Rot Start Stop"
key or "Auto Start Stop" key.
-
To clear the pre-set time, hit "Rot Start Stop" or "Auto Start Stop" key once more and set time
to "zero". After setting, restart distillation with the "Rot Start Stop" or "Auto Start Stop" key.
During operation, you can change between the modes “Time Counting” and
“Timer” or reset the timer time.
Select “Set Time” with the left select key. Set the timer time by pressing the arrow
keys tu or deactivate the timer (set display to “0”).
34.5.3. Time display
-
When selecting "Set Time", time will be displayed in the lefthand LED-display for 5 seconds, or,
in the "time counting mode", distillation time elapsed. After 5 seconds, display will return to
rotary speed.
34.6.
Discontinue evacuation
Hitting the "Hold" key discontinues evacuation in all
modes, the vacuum valve is going to close, or, if
ROTAVAC vario control is used, vacuum pump is
stopped. At this point, actual pressure is maintained as
far as possible (physical paramters). This function is of
particular importance in the p const mode, to avoid
foaming.
34.7.
hold
fig. 52
Save actual p const as nominal value
With the "Accept" key, present value can be saved as
nominal p const during evacuation.
accept
34.8.
Save and recall distillation parameters
fig. 53
Up to 9 different files (distillation parameter sets) may be saved. Every file contains:
Set Time
Set Vac
Set Δp
Set Bath
Set Vap
Endp
Mode
pressure ramp, as required
34.8.1. Save file
store
-
A file may be saved, als long as vacuum regulation is
inactive. Present values only are saved. Hitting the
"Store" key, the next free memory appears on the
lefthand display. e.g. "2". To overwrite a memory
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already existing, select this memory with the arrow keys. Memories occupied are marked by
the memory number flashing. All 9 memories being used, "----" appears in the lefthand display;
select memory you intend to overwrite with the arrow keys. Hitting the "Store" key once more
will save the file; the same time a beep confirms this action.
34.8.2. Recall file
-
A file may be recalled as long as vacuum regulation is
inactive.
Hitting the "Recall" key, the lowest file number is recalled.
This file number appears in the lefthand display. Now you
can go ahead selecting the file number wanted. Hitting
the "Recall" key once more, will transfer your data into
RAM. This action is confirmed by a beep.
34.9.
recall
fig. 55
Auto Start Stop function
The "Auto Start Stop" combines various commands; it is also used for automatic start and stop of a
distillation cycle (all function available with the LABOROTA 4003 control only power lift).
Hitting the "Auto Start Stop" key starts the following actions:
lowers power lift
rotation ON
vaccum control ON
start timer
-
An LED beside the key confirms action selected.
Caution: having one or more functions already started, the
remaining function will started at this point only.
Hit "Auto Start Stop" key once more is going to discontinue
functions running:
Raise power lift
Rotation OFF
Vacuum control OFF
Stop time count
auto start stop
LED
fig. 56
auto start stop
fig. 57
An LED beside the "Auto Start Stop" key is going to disappear.
Automatic mode being active, all distillation parameters may be edited.
34.10. Pressure ramp: program, activate, save, and recall from memory.
34.10.1. Program and activate pressure ramp
A pressure ramp may be used in the "p const"
ramp active
vacuum regulating mode only. All the time, this
ramp starts at zero time and a pressure of 950 mb
(close to atmosperic pressure). Hit the "Ramp set"
ramp set
key to start programming a pressure ramp,
righthand display shows "t-1", actual pressure
appearing in the lefthand display; use arrow keys
LED
fig. 58
for editing. To save this value, hit "Set Ramp" key
once more. Righthand display shows "p-1" for the first pressure level. Edit figures appearing in
lefthand display with arrow keys.
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This action may be repeated up to "t-9" and "p-9". Needing less values for a pressure ramp,
programming may be closed by hitting the "Ramp Active" key.
The LED beside the "Ramp Active" key being lighted and "p const" mode being active, the next
distillation to come will be controlled by the ramp programmed.
Ramp function may be discontinued by hitting the "Ramp Active" key once more. LED dims.
34.10.2. Save pressure ramp
-
-
Save pressure ramp as described in Chapter 34.8.1.
Such action requires a pressure ramp having been
programmed and the "Ramp Active" mode is on (LED
lighted).
A complete file is saved to include ramp values.
store
fig. 59
34.10.3. Recall pressure ramp from memory
To recall a ramp once saved (complete file) refer to
Chapter 34.8.2.
recall
fig. 60
34.10.4. Program more pressure ramps
Create a new ramp by just editing an existing file. For more information refer to Chapter 34.10.5
34.10.5. Edit pressure ramps
To edit a pressure ramp, check present file line by line and enter changes with the arrow keys.
34.11. Calibrate pressure sensor
-
ROTAVAC vario control and VAC senso T pressure sensors may be calibrated.
-
This action needs an exact vacuum gauge which is installed in the vacuum feed line close to
the condenser. Turn ON ROTAVAC vario control or VAC sensoT and vacuum pump as
required.
Calibration:
-
Power switch OFF (1b, fig. 1). Press "Rot Start Stop" key and lefthand "Select" key the same
time, and while holding them depressed, turn power switch (1b) ON. Keep "Rot Start Stop" key
and lefthand "Select" key depressed for about 4 seconds.
-
Actual atmospheric pressure appears in the lefthand display (aerating valve open), "01"
appears in the righthand display. At this point enter the value displayed by the gauge with the
arrow keystu.
-
Hit "Rot Start Stop" key. "50" appears in the lefthand display, "02" in the righthand display.
Evacuation starts automatically. When pressure reading of the vacuum gauge does not change
any more, use arrow keys tuand copy gauge reading; hit "Rot Start Stop" key and power
switch (1b) once more. Calibration is complete.
34.12. Safety switch-off in case of excessive pressure
−
During the distillation of low-boiling solvents without utilizing vacuum, pressure can build up in
the system if there is a blockage of the exhaust air line or a failure of the vacuum valve, for
example.
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The LR4002/3 performs an emergency switch-off when the detected pressure is 1100 mbar:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
−
System is ventilated
Elevator moves upwards (only LR4003)
Rotation stops
Signal tone
Display shows “SAFE”
The LR4002/3 is returned to its original condition by pressing any button.
INFORMATION ABOUT DISTILLATION SETTINGS
Using a rotary evaporator for thermal cracking of substances some basic consideration should be
made to achieve the best results possible. Optimize settings as described below:
35.
Rotary speed of evaporator flask
Raise distillation speed by raising rotational speed. This methods cuts distillation time and protects
the substances handled.
36.
Temperature difference between hot bath and vapor
This temperature difference should at least be 20 K to reach adequate distillation speed. If
acceptable by thermal stability of the substances handled, you even may raise temperature
difference.
Rule of thumb: double temperature to double distillation speed.
37.
Temperature difference between vapor temperature and coolant
This temperature difference should be no less than 20 K to guarantee adequate condensation. Low
temperature difference, effectiveness of solvent recovery drops. Choose an as high as possible
temperature difference in particular for high-boiling substances.
38.
Choose vacuum regulation mode and do respective settings
38.1.
p const vacuum regulating mode
The "p const" mode is distinguished by the following parameters:
- separation of substances in a mix within physical limits
- no optional temperature sensor required
- manually select pressure when distilling mixes of substances
- high repetition accuracy
- requires detailed knowledge about thermal dynamic substance parameters
particularly for all standard processes
38.1.1. Settings in "p const" vacuum regulation mode
-
pressure "p" (Set Vac) and hysteresis "Δp" (Set Δp) are set.
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choose pressure "p" as to locate boiling point of the substance to be distilled in the limits
defined by Chapters 36 and 37 (bath temperature and coolant temperature. To this end make
note to reference chart and nomogram.
-
Hysteresis Δp in "P const" mode defines temperature raise required to open the vacuum valve.
High valve opening times go in hand with high losses due to an increase in gas
transfer.
-
Low-boiling substances prefer a higher Δp value(5 - 10 mbar), whereas we recommend a low
value (1 - 5 mbar) for high-boiling substances.
38.2.
"T auto" vacuum regulation mode
The "T auto" mode is distinguished by the following parameters:
- Find distillation point automatically and monitor for mixes
- Requires optional "T auto" temperature sensor
- Distillation of mixes won't require manual pressure control
- Very high repetition accuracy
- Easy to set
- No need to know about thermal dynamic substance data
in particular for compliance with stringent environmental requirements / no-loss
distillation and for distilling-off (mixes of substances)
38.2.1. Settings in "T auto" vacuum regulating mode
-
Setting does not require solvent data.
-
Choose location of "T auto" temperature sensor as to split condenser 2/3 by 1/3, i.e. 2/3 is
available as condensation area, 1/3 being a safety reserve.
-
Set nominal temperature "T" (Set Vap):
As a function of its location, the "T auto" temperature sensor is going to detect temperature in
the cooling circuit. "Set Vap" values just (2 – 15°C) above coolant temperature will guarantee
distillation at high repetition accuracy. Extending temperature difference will increase
distillation speed and decrease repetition accuracy.
38.3.
"p auto" pressure regulating mode
The "p auto" mode is a combination of of "T auto" and "p const", distinguished by the following
parameters:
Find point of distillation automatically
Needs optional "T auto" temperature sensor
Cracking substances within physical limits
No need to know about termal dynamic substance data
38.3.1. Settings in "p auto" vacuum regulation mode
-
Set nominal temperature "T" (Set Vap) and the hysteresis Δp (Set Δp), when using
VAC senso T.
Choose location of "T auto" temperature sensor as to split condenser 2/3 by 1/3, i.e. 2/3 is
available as condensation area, 1/3 being a safety reserve.
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39.
For more information about setting nominal temperature "T" T (Set Vap), refer to Chapter
34.4.2
Solvent data
Examples for using reference table and nomogram:
This reference table details substance data needed for distillation, whereas the nomogram reflects
relationship between pressure and boil temperature of some solvents. Go by the ClausiusClapeyron equation and plot 1/T against log p.
39.1. at boil temperature of 40°C
LABOROTA 4002/4003 control: in column "vacuum for boil temperature" use the "Set Vac"
nominal value as depicted for 40°C.
39.2. at boil temperatures deviating from 40°C
1. On temperature axis of the nomogram mark boil temperature needed.
2. Draw a line to the right and determine intersection with the solvent line.
3. From this intersetion draw a straight line down to determine the vacuum pressure neeed for
this particular application.
39.3. solvents not depicted
-
The following items might help in determining the right vacuum pressure:
1. Rise of the straight line is a function of evaporation enthalpy. It is similar for similar chemical
substances with similar boil temperature. Hence, straight lines depicted may be used for rough
reference to a lightly deviating boil point.
2. A water jet pump or diaphragm-type pump may lower boil temperature by about 100°C.
3. Rule of thumb: decrease pressure to ½ will decrease boil point by about 15°C.
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Solvent
Aceton
Acetonitril
Benzol
n-Butanol (Butylalkohol)
tert.-Butanol (tert.-Butylalkohol)
2-Butanon (Methylethylketon)
tert.-Butylmethylether
Chlorbenzol
Cyclohexan
1,2-Dichlorethan
1,2-Dichlorethylen (cis)
1,2-Dichlorethylen (trans)
Dichlormethan (Methylenchlorid)
Diethylether
Diisopropylether
Dimethylformamid
1,4-Dioxan
Ethanol
Ethylacetat
Heptan
Hexan
Methanol
3-Methyl-1-Butanol (Isoamylalkohol)
Pentachlorethan
Pentan
n-Pentanol (Amylalkohol)
1-Propanol (n-Propylalkohol)
2-Propanol (Isopropylalkohol)
1,1,2,2-Tetrachlorethan
Tetrachlorethylen
Tetrachlormethan (Carbontetrachlorid)
Tetrahydrofuran
Toluol
1,1,1-Trichlorethan
Trichlorethylen
Trichlormethan (Chloroform)
Wasser
Xylol (Isomeren-Gemisch)
Total
formula
C3H6O
C2H3N
C6H6
C4H10O
C4H10O
C4H8O
C5H12O
C6H5CI
C6H12
C2H4CI2
C2H2CI2
C2H2CI2
CH2CI2
C4H10O
C6H14O
C3H7NO
C4H8O2
C2H6O
C4H8O2
C7H16
C6H14
CH4O
C5H12O
C2HCI5
C5H12
C5H12O
C3H8O
C3H8O
C2H2CI4
C2CI4
CCI4
C4H8O
C7H8
C2H3CI3
C2HCI3
CHCI3
H2O
C8H10
MW
MW
ΔHvap
[g/mol]
[°C]
[J/g]
58,08
41,05
78,11
74,12
74,12
72,11
88,15
112,60
84,16
98,96
96,94
96,94
84,93
74,12
102,20
73,09
88,11
46,07
88,11
85,09
86,18
32,04
88,15
202,30
72,15
88,15
60,10
60,10
167,90
165,80
153,80
72,11
92,14
133,40
131,40
119,40
18,02
106,20
56,5
81,8
80,1
117,5
82,9
79,6
55,0
132,2
80,7
82,4
59,0
47,8
40,7
34,6
67,5
153,0
101,1
78,4
77,1
98,4
68,7
64,7
130,6
160,5
36,1
137,8
97,8
82,5
145,9
120,8
76,7
66,0
110,6
74,1
86,7
61,3
100,0
137-143
550
833
549
619
588
473
Vacuum for
Boiling point
at 40°C
[mbar]
[mm(Hg)]
556
387
230
173
236
177
25
19
130
98
243
182
375
389
336
320
313
373
392
318
406
879
394
439
370
1225
593
203
382
593
787
701
247
233
225
425
251
265
263
2259
390
Conversion factor [mbar] to [mm(Hg)]: [mm( Hg )] ≈ 3 [mbar ]
4
100
36
235
210
479
751
atm.
atm.
375
11
107
175
240
120
335
337
14
13
atm.
11
67
137
35
53
271
357
77
300
183
474
72
25
27
176
158
134
563
atm.
atm.
281
8
80
131
180
90
251
253
11
10
atm.
8
50
103
26
40
203
268
58
225
137
356
54
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
For cleaning, wipe housing with a damp cloth (add some sort of mild liquid soap).
NOTE: To avoid damage to the surface finish, avoid using chlorine bleach,
chlorine-based cleaners, abrasive substances, ammonia, rags or cleaning pads
containing metallic particles.
Vapor tube (8, fig. 6) and PTFE seal (11, fig. 6) need regular upkeep. To this end,
remove, clean, and inspect vapor tube (8, fig. 6) and PTFE seal (11, fig. 6)
(sealing edge); replace PTFE seal on condition. To re-install vapor tube and PTFE
seal, make reference to Chapter 4.
The item is maintenance-free. Repair work is limited to engineers authorized to do so by
HEIDOLPH. So therefore get in touch with your local HEIDOLPH dealer or field respresentative.
DISASSEMBLE, FORWARD & STORE
Disassemble
Turn the item OFF and disconnect mains plug.
Transport and store
3. Use orginal box or a similar pack to store your item in order to prevent damage in transit. Tape
box as required.
4. Store item in a dry place.
CAUTION: avoid shocks and vibration while in transit.
DISPOSAL
For disposal, please comply with your local or national regulations.
Split by metal, plastic, etc.
Packing material to be treated as described above (material split).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No heat:
a) check power cord
b) power switch (1b) broken (call service engineer)
c) max. temperature limiter dropped (refer to Chapter 31.1)
d) hot bath heater broken (call service engineer)
e) LABOROTA 4002/4003 control: hot bath junction cable not connected
f) "Set Bath" temperature higher than hot bath temperature control (hot bath temperature control
needs to be set to about 20°C over "Set bath" temperature (refer to Chapter 31.2)
g) LABOROTA master switch (1b) OFF; (turn master switch 1b ON)
Drive won't run:
a) check power cord
b) master switch (1b) broken (call service engineer)
c) speed control knob at lefthand end, turn right
d) motor problem (call service engineer)
Power lift not working:
a) check power cord
b) master switch (1b) broken (call service engineer)
c) lift located at final stop, hit opposite arrow key
d) limit switch actuator pin stuck in base frame: repair
e) mechanism / motor problem (call service engineer)
f) vertical stop (15) not adjusted as specified (refer to Chapter 24)
Insufficient vacuum:
a) check seals and fittings
b) check ground fittings, lubricate on condition
c) check PTFE seal for proper installation (sealing edge faces drive head). Refer to "set-up, vapor
tube and seal",
d) check vacuum pump's suction line
Device unexpectedly switches off (LR4002/3):
a)
A timer time may be programmed, after which an automatic stop is performed. Check
whether the timer is set (compare with Chapter 34.5.2) and switch this off.
Device unexpectedly switches off, display shows “SAFE” (LR4002/3):
a)
The safety switch-off system in case of excess pressure has activated.
The value measured by the sensor has exceeded 1100 mbar (compare with Chapter 34.12
Safety switch-off in case of excessive pressure)
b)
The vacuum sensor may be out of calibration. Calibrate the vacuum sensor (compare with
Chapter 34.11)
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SPECIFICATIONS
model
drive
speed range
speed control
lift actuation
lift speed
vertical travel
heating power
temperature range, hot bath
accuracy, hot bath
bath temperature display
heating bath temperature
control
material, hot bath
heating bath diameter
power supply
dissipated power
weight, glassware not
included
size (wxdxh), lift in position
low, glassware not installed
power cord
protective class
ambient conditions
evaporative power
cooling area
model
LABOROTA 4000 efficient
LABOROTA 4001efficient
condenser motor with electronic
speed control
20-270/min
scale
manual
manual
140 mm
1300 W
20-180°C
±1 K
digital
condenser motor with electronic
speed control
20-270/min
scale
motor
abt. 18 mm/s
140 mm
1300 W
20-180°C
±1 K
digital
electronic
electronic
V4A (1.4404)
240 mm
230V/50/60Hz oder
115V/50/60Hz
1400 W
17 kg
V4A (1.4404)
240 mm
230V/50/60Hz oder
115V/50/60Hz
1430 W
18 kg
396 x 440 x 360 mm
space requirement, includes lift
lever
2m
IP 20
0-40°C
at 80% rel. humidity
abt. 1000 ml H2O/h
1200 cm²
LABOROTA 4010 digital
as LABOROTA 4000 efficient,
plus
digital*
digital
1410 W
17 kg
boil temperature display
speed display
power dissipation
weight, glasseware not
included
* with optional boil temperature sensor
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396 x 440 x 360 mm
space requirement
2m
IP 20
0-40°C
at 80% rel. humidity
abt. 1000 ml H2O/h
1200 cm²
LABOROTA 4011digital
as LABOROTA 4001 efficient,
plus
digital*
digital
1440 W
18 kg
E
model
drive
speed range
speed control
lift drive
lift speed
vertical travel
heating power
temperature range, hot bath
hot bath accuracy
bath temperature display
material. hot bath
hot bath diameter
boil temperature display
vacuum controller integrated in
VAC senso T or ROTAVAC
vario control
hot bath temperature control
timer
"p const" vacuum regulation
mode with optional VAC senso
T or ROTAVAC vario control
"p auto" vacuum regulation
mode with optional VAC senso
T or ROTAVAC vario control
"T auto" vacuum regulation
mode with optional VAC senso
T or ROTAVAC vario control
and "T auto" temperature sensor
aerating valve control with
optional VAC senso T or
ROTAVAC vario control
remote control lift + rotation +
vacuum control (optional)
max. temp. limiter, hot bath,
adjustable
power supply
LABOROTA 4002 control
LABOROTA 4003 control
condenser motor, with
electronic speed control
20-270/min
digital
manual
manual
140 mm
1300 W
20-180°C
±1 K
digital
V4A (1.4404)
240 mm
digital*
condenser motor, with
electronic speed control
20-270/min
digital
motor
abt. 18 mm/s
140 mm
1300 W
20-180°C
±1 K
digital
V4A (1.4404)
240 mm
digital*
yes
yes
µ-prozessor
yes
µ-prozessor
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
230V/50/60Hz or
230V/50/60Hz or
115V/50/60Hz
115V/50/60Hz
dissipated power
1400 W
1430 W
weight, glassware not included
19 kg
20 kg
size (wxdxh) , lift in low position,
396 x 440 x 360 mm space
396 x 400 x 360 mm space
glassware not included
requirement, includes lift lever
requirement
power cord
2m
2m
protective class
IP 20
IP 20
ambient conditions
0-40°C at 80 % rel. humidity 0 – 40°C at 80 % rel. humidity
evaporating power
abt. 1000 ml H2O/h
abt. 1000 ml H2O/h
cooling area
1200 cm²
1200 cm²
* with optional boil temperature sensor
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WARRANTY, LIABILITY & COPYRIGHT
Warranty
Heidolph Instruments warrants that the present product shall be free from defects in material
(except wear parts) and workmanship for 3 years from the date shipped from the manufacturer’s
warehouse.
Damage in transit is excluded from this warranty.
To file for such warranty service, contact Heidolph Instruments (phone ++49-9122-9920-68) or
your local Heidolph Instruments Dealer. If defects in material or workmanship are found, your item
will be repaired or replaced at no charge.
Misuse, abuse, neglect or improper installation are not covered by this warranty.
Alterations to the present warranty need Heidolph Instruments’ consent in writing.
Exclusion Clause
Heidolph Instruments cannot be held liable for damage from improper use or misuse. Remedy for
consequential damage is excluded.
Copyright
Copyright in pictures and wording of the present Instruction Manual is held by Heidolph
Instruments.
FAQ / REPAIR WORK
If any aspect of installation, operation or maintenance remains unanswered in the present Manual,
please contact the following address:
For repair services please call Heidolph Instruments (phone: +49 - 9122 - 9920-68) or your local,
authorized Heidolph Instruments Dealer.
Note
You will receive approval for sending your defective item to the following address:
Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
Lab Equipment Sales
Walpersdorfer Str. 12
D-91126 Schwabach / Germany
phone: ++49–9122-9920-68
Fax: ++49–9122-9920-65
E-Mail: [email protected]
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Safety Information
When shipping items for repair that may have been contaminated by hazardous
substances, please:
advise exact substance
take proper protective measures to ensure the safety of our receiving and
service personnel
mark the pack IAW Hazardous Materials Act
CE-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We herewith declare that the present product complies with the following standards and
harmonized documents:
EMC-Guideline:
EN 61326: 1997 + A1:1998 + A2:2001+ A3 2003
EN 61000-3-2: 2000
EN 61000-3-3: 1995 + 1997 + A1:2001
EN 61326: 1997 + A1:1998 + A2: 2001+ A3 2003
EN 61000-4-2:1995 +A1:1998+A2:2001
EN 61000-4-3:2002 +A1:2002
EN 61000-4-4:1995 +A1:2001 + A2:2001
EN 61000-4-5:1995 +A1:2001
EN 61000-4-6:1996 +A1:2001
EN 61000-4-11:1994 + A1:2001
Low-voltage Guideline:
EN 61010-1 + EN 61010-2-010
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