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IKA®RV 10 basic
IKA®RV 10 digital
Betriebsanleitung
Operating instructions
Mode d’emploi
Instrucciones de manejo
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Reg.-No. 4343-01
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Contents
EN
Page
CE-Declaration of conformity
Safety instructions
Correct use
Unpacking
Useful information
Setting up
Drive RV 10 basic/ digital
Heating bath
Glassware
Hose system
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Interfaces and outputs
Commissioning
Maintenance and cleaning
Accessories
Error codes
Technical data
Solvent table (excerpt)
Warranty
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Safety instructions
For your protection
• Read the operating instructions in full before starting up and
follow the safety instructions.
• Keep the operating instructions in a place where they can be accessed by everyone.
• Ensure that only trained staff work with the appliance.
• Follow the safety instructions, guidelines, occupational health
and safety and accident prevention regulations. When working
under a vacuum in particular!
• Wear your personal protective equipment in accordance with the
hazard category of the medium to be processed. Otherwise there
is a risk of:
- splashing liquids,
- body parts, hair, clothing and jewellery getting caught,
- injury as a result of glass breakage.
• CAUTION! Inhalation of or contact with media such as poisonous
liquids, gases, spray mist, vapours, dusts or biological and microbiological materials can be hazardous to user.
• Set up the device in a spacious area on an even, stable, clean,
non-slip, dry and fireproof surface.
• Ensure that there is sufficient space above the device as the glass
assembly may exceed the height of the device.
• Prior to each use, always check the device, accessories and especially the glass parts for damage. Do not use damaged components.
• Ensure that the glass assembly is tension-free! Danger of cracking
as a result of:
- stress due to incorrect assembly,
- external mechanical hazards,
- local temperature peaks.
• Ensure that the stand does not start to move due to vibrations respectively unbelance.
• Beware of hazards due to:
- flammable materials,
- combustible media with a low boiling temperature,
- glass breakage.
• CAUTION! Only process and heat up media that has a flash point
higher than the adjusted safe temperature limit of the heating bath
that has been set.
The safe temperature limit of the heating bath must always be
set to at least 25 °C lower than the fire point of the media used.
• Do not operate the appliance in explosive atmospheres, with hazardous substances or under water.
• Only process media that will not react dangerously to the extra
energy produced through processing. This also applies to any
extra energy produced in other ways, e.g. through light irradiation.
• Tasks with the device must only be performed when operation
is monitored.
• Operation with excess pressure is not permitted (for cooling
water pressure see "Technical Data").
• Do not cover the ventilation slots of the device in order to ensure
adequate cooling of the drive.
• There may be electrostatic discharges between the medium and
the drive which could pose a direct danger.
• The appliance is not suitable for manual operation.
• Safe operation is only guaranteed with the accessories described
in the ”Accessories” chapter.
• Refer to the operating instructions for the HB 10 basic/ digital heating bath.
• Refer to the operating instructions for the accessories, e.g. vacuum pump.
• Position the positive pressure outlet of the vacuum pump under
a fume hood.
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• Use the HB 10.2 cover or the HB 10.1 spray guard.
• Only use the device under an all side-closed exhaust, or a comparable protective device.
• Adapt the quantity and the type of distilland to the size of the distillation equipment. The cooler must work properly. Monitor
the coolant flow rate at the cooler outlet.
• The glass equipment must always be ventilated when working
under normal pressure (e.g. open outlet at cooler) in order to
prevent a pressure build-up.
• Please note that dangerous concentrations of gases, vapours or
particulate matter can escape through the outlet at the cooler. Take
appropriate action to avoid this risk, for example, downstream cold
traps, gas wash bottles or an effective extraction system.
• Evacuated glass vessels must not be heated on one side; the
evaporating flask must rotate during the heating phase.
• The glassware is designed for operation under a vacuum of up
to 10 mbar. The equipment must be evacuated prior to heating
(see chapter ”Commissioning”). The equipment must only be
aired again after cooling. When carrying out vacuum distillation,
uncondensed vapours must be condensed out or safely dissipated. If there is a risk that the distillation residue could disintegrate in the presence of oxygen, only inert gas must be admitted
for stress relief.
• CAUTION! Avoid peroxide formation. Organic peroxides can accumulate in distillation and exhaust residues and explode while
decomposing!
Keep liquids that tend to form organic peroxides away from light,
in particular from UV rays and check them prior to distillation and exhaust for the presence of peroxides. Any existing peroxides must
be eliminated. Many organic compounds are prone to the formation
of peroxides e.g. dekalin, diethyl ether, dioxane, tetrahydrofuran,
as well as unsaturated hydrocarbons, such as tetralin, diene, cumene and aldehydes, ketones and solutions of these substances.
• DANGER OF BURNING! The heating bath, tempering medium,
evaporator piston and glass assembly can become hot during operation and remain so for a long time afterwards! Let the components cool off before continuing work with the device.
• ATTENTION! Avoid delayed boiling! Never heat the evaporating
flask in the heating bath without switching on the rotary drive!Sudden foaming or exhaust gases indicate that flask content is beginning to decompose. Switch off heating immediately. Use the lifting
mechanism to lift the evaporator piston out of the heating bath.
Evacuate the danger zone and warn those in the surrounding area!
• When the device is switched off or the power supply disconnected, the internal safety lift removes the evaporator piston from the
heating bath. The maximum load (evaporator piston and contents)
is 1.5 kg for a permissible safety lift with no power.
• CAUTION! Never operate the device when the evaporator piston
is rotating and the lift is raised. Always lower the evaporator piston
into the heating bath first before starting the rotation drive. Otherwise hot tempering medium may be sprayed out!
• Set the speed of the drive so no tempering medium is sprayed
out as a result of the evaporator piston rotating in the heating bath.
If necessary reduce the speed.
• Do not touch rotating parts during operation.
• Imbalance may result in uncontrolled resonance behaviour of the
device or assembly. Glass apparatus may be damaged or destroyed. In the event of unbalance or unusual noises, switch off
the appliance immediately or reduce the speed.
• The appliance does not start up again automatically following a cut
in the power supply.
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• The device is only disconnected from the power supply network
if the device power switch is off or the plug is pulled out.
• The socket for the mains cord must be easily accessible.
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For protection of the equipment
• The voltage stated on the type plate must correspond to the mains
voltage.
• Socket must be earthed (protective ground contact).
• Removable parts must be refitted to the appliance to prevent the
infiltration of foreign objects, liquids etc.
• Protect the appliance and accessories from bumps and impacts.
• The appliance may only be opened by experts.
Correct use
• Use
Together with the accessories recommended by IKA, the device
is suitable for:
- quick and gentle distillation of liquids
- evaporation of solutions and suspensions
- crystallisation, synthesis or cleaning of fine chemicals
- drying of powder and granulate material
- recycling of solvents
The safety of the user cannot be guaranteed if the appliance is operated with accessories that are not supplied or recommended by
the manufacturer or if the appliance is operated improperly contrary
to the manufacturer’s specifications.
Mode of operation: Tabletop device
• Range of use
- Laboratories
- Pharmacies
- Schools
- Universities
Unpacking
Drive RV 10 basic
Drive RV 10 digital
Heating bath HB 10 basic
Heating bath HB 10 digital
Vertical glassware RV 10.1
Vertical glassware RV 10.10,
coated
Diagonal Glassware RV 10.2
Diagonal Glassware RV 10.20,
coated
Woulff bottle
Bracket
Cooler locking device, compl.
Operating instructions
• Unpacking
- Please unpack the device carefully
- In the case of any damage a fact report must be set immediately (post, rail or forwarder)
• Delivery scope
see table
RV 10 basic V
RV 10 basic VC
RV 10 basic D
RV 10 basic DC
RV 10 digital V
RV 10 digital VC
RV 10 digital D
RV 10 digital DC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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x
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x
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Useful information
Distillation is a thermal separating process for liquid compounds based
on substance-specific, pressure-dependent boiling points through evaporation and subsequent condensation.
The boiling point temperature decreases with decreasing external
pressure which means that work is usually done under reduced
pressure. In this way the heating bath can be maintained at a constant temperature (e.g. 60 °C). Using the vacuum, the boiling point
is set with a steam temperature of approx. 40 °C. The cooling water
for the condensation cooler should not be warmer than 20 °C (6040-20 rule).
A chemical resistant membrane pump with a vacuum controller
should be used to create the vacuum. The pump is protected from
solvent residue by the addition of a Woulff bottle and/or a vacuum
separator.
Working with a jet pump to create a vacuum can only be recommended to a limited extent as the solvents may contaminate the
environment when using these systems
Speed, temperature, piston size and system pressure all affect the
evaporator air capacity.
The optimum capacity of the flow-through condenser is approx.
60%.
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This corresponds to condensation on approx. 2/3 of the cooling coil.
With larger capacities there is the risk that the uncondensed solvent
vapour will be extracted.
The device is equipped with a piston-operated safety mechanism.
The glass apparatus may contain a vacuum following interruption to
the power supply; vent the system before switching back on. If the
power cuts out, the evaporator piston is automatically lifted out of
the heating bath by an integrated gas spring.
CAUTION! The maximum load (evaporator piston and contents) is
1.5 kg for a permissible safety lift with no power for glass apparatus
with diagonal or vertical condenser.
When using other types of condensers such as dry ice or intensive
condensers as well as when using return distillation distributors with
slip-on condensers, it may be necessary to reduce the mass of the
media to compensate for the mass of this additional glassware.
Thus, prior to distillation, check whether the lift goes up without
power when laden with the glass and distillation material.
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Setting up
☞ Remove the clamping device for the angle setting of the rotation
drive on the right side of the lift by rotating the knurled screw
counter clockwise (by lightly pressing and turning at the same
time, the knurled screw comes out farther).
☞ Set the drive at an angle of approx. 30° (fig. 7).
Drive RV 10 basic/digital
CAUTION! Loosen transportation lock (fig. 4a)!
Fig. 4a
☞ Hold the lift with your hand on the height position and remove the
thumb screw on the back of the appliance (A).
☞ Once the transportation lock has been removed, the lift moves
slowly to its upper end position. The distance is approx. 140 mm.
C
☞ Connect the device to the power supply (B) using the supplied
power cord (B).
Fig. 7
☞ Then secure the rotation drive from being accidentally turned by
tightening the knurled screw in a clockwise direction.
Adjustable base (Fig. 4b)
Heating bath HB 10 basic/digital
CAUTION! Refer to the chapter entitled "Commissioning" in the heating bath instruction manual!
☞ Place the heating bath on the stand of the rotation drive and push
it into the left position (fig. 8).
Fig. 4b
☞ Attach the bracket for the Woulff bottle to the left side of the lift
(fig. 5).
IR
Fig. 8
Fig. 5
☞ Insert the bottle and attach the supplied hose connectors to the
bottle (fig. 6).
Note: Data is exchanged between the drive unit and the heating
bath by means of an infrared link. Please note that reliable communication is only guaranteed when the infrared beam has clear
line-of-sight to the detector.
Glassware
☞ Open the locking device on the drive head by turning it 60° counter clockwise (D), (fig. 9).
D
E
Fig. 6
Fig. 9
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☞ Feed the steam pipe in until it stops.
☞ Then lock the locking device by turning it clockwise by 60°
(fig. 10).
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Prior to commissioning - Mounting the seal RV 06.15
☞ Insert vapour tube (1).
☞ Insert seal RV 06.15 (2).
☞ Mount the cooler (3a).
☞ Tighten the cap nut hand-screwed. Start the device at 120 rpm for
20 minutes. Then tighten the cap nut firmly (3b).
3a
3b
E
2
1
Fig. 10
☞ Check the axial locking device on the steam pipe.
Fig. 11c
Assembling the vertical glassware cooler locking device
Push-off mechanism
The plastic screw nut (E) helps loosen tight-fitting piston ground-in
connections (Fig. 10).
☞ The plastic screw nut (E) helps loosen tight-fitting piston groundin connections (Fig. 10).
☞ To do so, hold the tight-fitting evaporator piston and turn the plastic screw nut (E) until the evaporator piston neck.
Note: Prior to commissioning, hand-tighten the plastic screw nut
(E) left-aligned. This will hold the steam pipe locking device (D)
firmly in place.
☞ Assemble the condenser locking device according to the diagram
(fig. 12).
☞ Mount the plate (A) using the thumb screw (B).
☞ Put the support rod (C) on the plate (B) and attach it with the
screw nut (D).
☞ Attach the rubber protector (E).
☞ Fasten the Velcro band (F) to the support rod (C).
☞ Secure the vertical glassware with the Velcro band (F).
E
F
☞ Place the RV 06.15 or RV 06.13 condenser seal in the condenser
receptacle and fit the glassware to the device according to the assembly instructions (Fig. 11 a,b and c).
C
A
D
B
Fig. 11a
Fig. 12
Fig. 11b
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Removing the condenser
Hose system
☞ Use the ring spanner provided to loosen union nuts that are tightly
fitted.
☞ Loosen the union nut by turning anticlockwise.
☞ Connect the water hoses to the condenser according to the counter-flow principle (fig. 14).
☞ Install the vacuum connections to the condenser, Woulff bottle,
vacuum controller with valve and vacuum pump.
☞ Always connect the vacuum hose to the condenser at the hightest point to minimise solvent losses during suctioning.
☞ Use typical laboratory vacuum hoses with an inside diameter of
8 mm and a wall thickness of 5 mm (see accessories).
Fig.13
Fig.14
Description of special condensers
• RV10.3 Vertical-intensive condenser with manifold
This vertical-intensive condenser features a double jacket design
for particularly efficient condensation.
Also available with coating (RV10.30)
• RV10.4 Dry ice condenser
Dry ice condenser for distilling low-boiling solvents.
Cooling by dry ice, no cooling water required. Maximum condensation thanks to low temperatures.
Also available with coating (RV10.40)
Not suitable for use with the RV10 control in automatic mode.
• RV10.5 Vertical-condenser with manifold and cut-off valve for
reflux distillation
Also available with coating (RV10.50)
• RV10.6 Vertical-intensive condenser with manifold and cutoff valve for reflux distillation
This vertical-intensive action condenser features a double jacket
design for particularly efficient reflux distillation.
Also available with coating (RV10.60)
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Interfaces and outputs
- Each individual command (incl. parameters and data) and each response are terminated with Blank CR Blank LF (Code: hex 0x20
hex 0x0d hex 0x20 hex 0x0A) and have a maximum length of 80
characters.
- The decimal separator in a number is a dot (Code: hex 0x2E).
Data transfer
IR
The above details correspond as far as possible to the recommendations of the NAMUR working party (NAMUR recommendations for the design of electrical plug connections for analogue
and digital signal transmission on individual items of laboratory
control equipment, rev. 1.1.
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HB 10 digital
The heating bath transfers data via IR interfaces. These are located
on the left display side of the heating bath or on the right side of the
drive unit. Do not place any objects between the two operating units
as otherwise the data transfer may be interrupted (fig. 15)!
RV10 digital
The RS 232 interface at the back of the device is fitted with a 9-pole
SUB-D jack and can be connected to a PC. The pins have serial signals. Using the laboratory device software “labworldsoft”, the device can be operated in “Remote” mode.
Note: Please note the system requirements as well as the operating
instructions and help section included with the software.
Serial interface RS 232 (V24)
Configuration
- The functions of the interface lines between the device and the
automation system are a selection from the signals specified in
the EIA standard RS232 C, as per DIN 66 020 Part 1.
- For the electrical characteristics of the interface and the allocation
of signal status, standard RS 232 C applies in accordance with DIN
66 259 part 1.
- Transmission procedure: asynchronous character transmission in
start-stop mode.
- Type of transmission: full duplex.
- Character format: character representation in accordance with data
format in DIN 66 022 for start-stop mode. 1 start bit; 7 character
bits; 1 parity bit (even); 1 stop bit.
- Transmission speed: 9600 bit/s.
- Data flow control: none
- Access procedure: data transfer from the device to the computer
takes place only at the computer’s request.
Command syntax and format
The following applies to the command set:
- Commands are generally sent from the computer (Master) to the
device (Slave).
- The stirrer machine sends only at the computer’s request. Even
fault indications cannot be sent spontaneously from the stirrer machine to the computer (automation system).
- Commands are transmitted in capital letters.
- Commands and parameters including successive parameters are
separated by at least one space (Code: hex 0x20).
The NAMUR commands and the additional specific IKA commands serve only as low level commands for communication
between the rotary evaporator and the PC. With a suitable terminal or communications programme these commands can be
transmitted directly to the rotary evaporator. The IKA software
package, labworldsoft, provides a convenient tool for controlling
rotary evaporator and collecting data under MS Windows, and
includes graphical entry features, for motor speed ramps for example.
The following table summarises the (NAMUR) commands understood by the IKA control equipment.
Abbreviations used
X,y =
Numbering parameter (integer)
m
=
Variable value, integer
n
=
Variable value, floating-point number
X
= 4 Speed
X
= 60 Interval time (1-99 seconds, 1 <= m >=99)
X
= 61 Timer (1-199 minutes, 1 <= m >=199)
X
= 62 Direction of lift (m=2-> lift up , m=1-> lift down)
NAMUR
Commands
Function
IN_NAME
IN_PV_X
X=4
IN_SOFTWARE
Request designation
Read actual value
IN_SP_X
X=4
OUT_SP_X m
X = 1,60,61,62
RESET
START_X
X = 4,60,61,62
STATUS
STOP_X
X = 1,60, 61, 62
Request software Id-number,
date and version
Read target value input
Set target value to m
Switch to normal operation
Switch on appliance (remote) function
Status output
0:Manual operation without interruption
1:automatic operation Start
(without interruption)
ERROR z (z error number see table)
Switch off appliance function. The variable
set with OUT_SP_X remains.
PC 1.1 Cable (Fig. 16)
This cable is required to connect the 9-pin connector to a PC.
Fig. 16
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Commissioning
The unit is ready for service when the
mains plug has been plugged in.
On/Off switch (Fig. 17)
☞ Switch on the device on the right side of the device.
☞ Device functions activated.
☞ Set the target value “Int” on the knob by turning (1 to 60 minutes).
☞ Starting the “Int” function
- Automatic when rotation drive is running
- Start the rotation drive
Note: In interval mode the maximum speed is limited to 200 rpm.
☞ Save the “Int” target value by pressing the "Int" key again.
☞ Deactivate the interval by setting the target value to “0”.
Display (see page 4)
• Display “REMOTE” (10)
(only for RV 10 digital)
Remote control via PC in connection with software “labworldsoft”
is active.
• Display “888 rpm” (20)
Current target and actual speed indicator in revolutions per minute
[rpm]. When the device is switched on the most recently selected
target value "speed" appears.
Function keys (see page 4)
Fig.17
• “Power” key (1)
☞ Press the "Power" key once
☞ “Stand-by” mode
☞ Press the "Power" key again
☞ Device functions reactivated
“Software version” display changes to "Parameter” display.
Note: The device must first be switched on at the on/off switch on
the right side of the device.
Note: The device is not dead or deenergised until the on/off switch
has been switched to off (right side of device)!
• Lift position key “L“ (2)
☞ When you press the “L”key, the lift goes up.
☞ When you release the “L” key, the lift stops and remains in
that position.
• Lift position key “M“ (3)
☞ When you press the “M“key, the lift goes down.
☞ When you release the “M“ key, the lift stops and remains in
that position.
• Rotating knob (4)
Setting the speed
☞ Turn the rotating knob
☞ Speed setting accuracy: + 5 rpm,
Speed range 20-270 rpm
Note: When you select the speed > 100 rpm, smooth start is automatically activated.
• Display
(30)
Rotation drive active.
• Display “TIMER” (40)
Time lapse control active.
Indication of remaining distillation time in minutes [min].
Note: With the software "labworldsoft", RV 10 digital can also switch
off the heating bath once the timer has run out.
• Display “INT” (50)
Interval mode activated.
• Display “E01” (20)
--- not pictured --Error codes, see chapter entitled "Error Codes”.
Setting the lower end stop
CAUTION! Depending on the size of the piston, the setting angle of
the rotation drive and the position of the heating bath and lift, the
evaporator piston can be in contact with the bottom of the heating
bath. CAUTION - glass may break!
Limit the lower lift position with the variable end stop.
☞ Press the “M” key until the lift reaches the desired position.
Note: The evaporator piston should be 2/3 immersed in the heating
bath.
☞ To adjust the stop element, press the centre button on the front
of the lift (fig. 18).
☞ Move the stop to the desired position (fig. 19).
☞ Press the “L” key until the lift has reached the upper end stop.
Note: The path is limited from 0 – 6 cm.
Start / Stop Rotation drive
☞ Press the rotating knob
☞ Rotation drive starts
☞ Press the rotating knob again
☞ Rotation drive stops
B
• Timer key (5)
☞ Press the “Timer” key.
☞ The timer block appears on the display, the “TIMER” indicator
flashes.
☞ Set the target value “Timer” on the knob by turning (1 to 199 minutes).
☞ Save the “Timer” target value by pressing the "Timer" key again.
☞ Starting the “Timer” function:
- Automatic when rotation drive is running,
- Start the rotation drive.
Note: Once the timer has run out, there is a beep, the rotation finishes and the lift goes up.
☞ The previously saved value appears on the display.
☞ Deactivate the timer by setting the target value to “0”.
A
Fig.18
• Int key (6)
Interval cycle for right-left running (change of direction) of the evaporator piston in seconds.
☞ Press the “Int” key.
☞ The interval block appears on the display, the “INT” indicator flashes.
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Setting up the heating bath
Refer also to the operating instructions for the HB 10 basic /digital heating bath!
☞ Move the lift to the bottom position and check the position of the
heating bath in relation to the evaporator piston. When using larger evaporator pistons (2 or 3 litres) or depending on the angle of
the rotation drive, you can move the heating bath 50 mm to the
right.
☞ Fill the heating bath with the tempering medium until the evaporator piston is surrounded by tempering medium to 2/3 of its volume.
☞ Switch on the rotation drive and slowly increase the speed.
Note: Avoid creating waves.
☞ Switch on the heating bath using the main on/off switch.
Note: Avoid stress on the glass due to different evaporator piston
and heating bath temperatures when lowering the evaporator piston into the heating bath!
Fig.19
Check that the limit stop is functioning properly:
☞ Lower the lift by holding down the “M” key.
☞ The drive stops automatically when the preset desired lower end
position has been reached.
☞ Move the drive back to the upper position.
Filling the evaporator piston
Prior to filling the evaporator piston, a vacuum controller is used to regulate the glass apparatus to the target pressure.
☞ Now fill the evaporator piston using the backfeed line.
☞ Due to the vacuum present, the solvent is suctioned into the evaporator piston. This enables you to keep solvent loss due to suctioning to a minimum.
Note: If non-original accessories are used that are not supplied by
IKA, then it is possible that the 50 mm travel range provided by the
heating bath will not be sufficient. This applies in particular when
using 3 L evaporator flasks with foam brake.
Use the IKA RV 10.3000 mounting plate to extend the heating bath
travel range by 150 mm.
☞ You can also fill the evaporator piston manually prior to creating
the vacuum. The evaporator piston should not be filled more than
half its volume.
Note: CAUTION! The maximum allowed load (evaporator piston
and contents) is 3 kg.
Fig. 20
Maintenance and cleaning
The device is maintenance-free. It is subject only to the natural
wear and tear of components and their statistical failure rate.
The seal on the glass condenser should be checked at regular intervals and replaced if necessary.
For cleaning disconnect the main plug.
To clean the device use only water with a detergent that contains
tensides, or use isopropylalcohol for stubborn soiling.
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Spare parts order
When ordering spare parts, please give:
- machine type,
- manufacturing number, see type plate,
- item and designation of the spare part, see www.ika.net, spare
parts diagram and spare parts list.
Repair
In case of repair the device has to be cleaned and free from any materials which may constitute a health hazard.
If you require servicing, return the appliance in its original packaging.
Storage packaging is not sufficient. Please also use suitable transport packaging.
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Accessories
1
2
RV 10.1
RV 10.10
RV 10.2
RV 10.20
NS 29/32 Vertical glassware (1)
NS 29/32 Vertical glassware, coated (1)
NS 29/32 Diagonal glassware (2)
NS 29/32 Diagonal glassware, coated (2)
RV 10.700
RV 10.710
RV 10.800
RV 10.810
NS 29/42 Vertical glassware (1)
NS 29/42 Vertical glassware, coated (1)
NS 29/42 Diagonal glassware (2)
NS 29/42 Diagonal glassware, coated (2)
RV 10.900
RV 10.910
RV 10.1000
RV 10.1010
NS 24/40 Vertical glassware (1)
NS 24/40 Vertical glassware, coated (1)
NS 24/40 Diagonal glassware (2)
NS 24/40 Diagonal glassware, coated (2)
RV 10.3
RV 10.30
RV 10.4
RV 10.40
RV 10.5
Vertical-intensive condenser with manifold
Vertical-intensive condenser with manifold, coated
Dry ice condenser
Dry ice condenser, coated
Vertical-condenser with manifold and cut-off valve
for reflux distillation
Vertical-condenser with manifold and cut-off valve
for reflux distillation, coated
Vertical-intensive condenser with manifold and cut-off valve
for reflux distillation
Vertical-intensive condenser with manifold and cut-off valve
for reflux distillation, coated
RV 10.50
1
2
3
RV 10.6
RV 10.60
1
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HB 10.1
HB 10.2
Protection shield (Heating bath HB 10)
Protection cover (Heating bath HB 10)
RV 10.70
RV 10.71
RV 10.72
RV 10.73
NS 29/32 Steam pipe
NS 24/29 Steam pipe
NS 29/42 Steam pipe
NS 24/40 Steam pipe
RV 10.80
RV 10.81
RV 10.82
RV 10.83
RV 10.84
RV 10.85
RV 10.86
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 50 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 100 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 250 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 500 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 1000 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 2000 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator piston 3000 ml
RV 10.90
RV 10.91
RV 10.92
RV 10.93
RV 10.94
RV 10.95
RV 10.96
RV 10.97
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 50 ml
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 100 ml
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 250 ml
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 500 ml
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 1000 ml
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 2000 ml
NS 24/32 Evaporator piston 3000 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 1000 ml
RV 10.2001
RV 10.2002
RV 10.2003
RV 10.2004
RV 10.87
RV 10.2005
RV 10.2006
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 50 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 100 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 250 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 500 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 1000 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 2000 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator piston 3000 ml
RV 10.2007
RV 10.2008
RV 10.2009
RV 10.2010
RV 10.2011
RV 10.2012
RV 10.2013
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 50 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 100 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 250 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 500 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 1000 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 2000 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator piston 3000 ml
RV 10.100
RV 10.101
RV 10.102
RV 10.103
RV 10.104
RV 10.105
KS 35/20 Receiving flask 100 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask 250 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask 500 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask 1000 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask 2000 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask 3000 ml
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RV 10.200
RV 10.201
RV 10.202
RV 10.203
RV 10.204
RV 10.205
KS 35/20 Receiving flask, coated 100 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask, coated 250 m
KS 35/20 Receiving flask, coated 500 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask, coated 1000 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask, coated 2000 ml
KS 35/20 Receiving flask, coated 3000 ml
RV10.300
RV10.301
RV10.302
NS 29/32 Powder piston 500 ml
NS 29/32 Powder piston 1000 ml
NS 29/32 Powder piston 2000 ml
RV10.303
RV10.304
RV10.305
NS 24/29 Powder piston 500 ml
NS 24/29 Powder piston 1000 ml
NS 24/29 Powder piston 2000 ml
RV10.2014
RV10.2015
RV10.2016
NS 29/32 Powder piston 500 ml
NS 29/32 Powder piston 1000 ml
NS 29/32 Powder piston 2000 ml
RV10.217
RV10.218
RV10.219
NS 24/40 Powder piston 500 ml
NS 24/40 Powder piston 1000 ml
NS 24/40 Powder piston 2000 ml
RV10.400
RV10.401
NS 29/32 Evaporator cylinder 500 ml
NS 29/32 Evaporator cylinder 1500 ml
RV10.402
RV10.403
NS 24/29 Evaporator cylinder 500 ml
NS 24/29 Evaporator cylinder 1500 ml
RV10.2020
RV10.2021
NS 29/42 Evaporator cylinder 500 ml
NS 29/42 Evaporator cylinder 1500 ml
RV10.2022
RV10.2023
NS 24/40 Evaporator cylinder 500 ml
NS 24/40 Evaporator cylinder 1500 ml
RV10.500
RV10.501
RV10.2024
RV10.2025
NS 29/32 Foam brake
NS 24/29 Foam brake
NS 29/42 Foam brake
NS 24/40 Foam brake
RV10.600
RV10.601
RV10.602
NS 29/32 Distillation spider with 6 sleeves
NS 29/32 Distillation spider with 12 sleeves
NS 29/32 Distillation spider with 20 sleeves
RV10.603
RV10.604
RV10.605
NS 24/29 Distillation spider with 6 sleeves
NS 24/29 Distillation spider with 12 sleeves
NS 24/29 Distillation spider with 20 sleeves
RV10.2026
RV10.2027
RV10.2028
NS 29/42 Distillation spider with 6 sleeves
NS 29/42 Distillation spider with 12 sleeves
NS 29/42 Distillation spider with 20 sleeves
RV10.2029
RV10.2030
RV10.2031
NS 24/40 Distillation spider with 6 sleeves
NS 24/40 Distillation spider with 12 sleeves
NS 24/40 Distillation spider with 20 sleeves
RV10.610
Distilling sleeve 20 ml
RV10.606
RV10.607
NS 29/32 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 50 ml
NS 29/32 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 100 ml
RV10.608
RV10.609
NS 24/29 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 50 ml
NS 24/29 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 100 ml
RV10.2032
RV10.2033
NS 29/42 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 50 ml
NS 29/42 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 100 ml
RV10.2034
RV10.2035
NS 24/40 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 50 ml
NS 24/40 Distillation spider with 5 flasks 100 ml
RV10.3000
Extension plate
RV06.13
RV06.15
FKM seal with PTFE-coating (1)
PTFE seal (2)
PC 1.1
Cable
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Error codes
Any malfunctions during operation will be identified by an error message on the display (only for RV 10 digital).
Once a serious error message has been displayed, the lift moves to the top end position and the device can no longer be operated. The lift can
be operated again.
Proceed as follows in such cases:
☞ Switch off device using the main switch (A)
☞ Carry out corrective measures
☞ Restart device
Error code
Effect
Cause
Correction
E01
No or too little rotation
- Cable break
- Load too large
- Motor blocked
Reduce the volume in the evaporator piston
E02
No communication with the heating bath
Interface hidden or dirty
Check / clean the interface
If the actions described fail to resolve the fault or another error code is displayed then take one of the following steps:
- Contact the service department,
- Send the device for repair, including a short description of the fault.
Technical Data
RV 10 basic
Operating voltage range
Rated voltage
Frequence
Power input without heating bath
Power input in operation “stand by”
Speed
Speed display
Dimensions of visible display area (W x H)
Display
Multiple languages
Right and left movement/ interval operation
Smooth start
Lift
Lifting speed
Stroke
Setting of lower end stop
Head angle adjustable
Timer
Interval
Integrated vacuum controller
Interface
Ramp programming
Distillation processes programmable
Remote control
Cooling surface
Fuse
Perm. On- time
Perm. ambient temperature
Perm. humidity
Protection acc. to DIN EN 60529
Protection class
Overvoltage category
Contamination level
Weight (no glassware; no heating bath)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Operation at a terrestrial altitude
Vac
Vac
Hz
W
W
rpm
mm
mm/s
mm
cm2
%
°C
%
kg
mm
m
RV 10 digital
100 - 230 + 10%
100 - 230
50 / 60
75
3,3
20-270
digital
48 x 35
7 segment display
yes
ja
automatic
50
140
60 mm, contactless
0° - 45°
1-199 Minuten
1-60 sec
RS 232
with accessory labworldsoft
with accessory labworldsoft
with accessory labworldsoft
1200
2xT1, 6A 250V 5x20
100
5-40
80
IP 20
I
II
2
16,8
17,5
500 x 410 x 430
max. 2000 above sea level
Subject to technical changes!
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Solvent table (excerpt)
Solvent
Formula
Pressure for
boiling point
40 °C in mbar
Acetic acid
Acetone
Acetonitrile
N-Amylalcohol,
n-Pentanol
n-Butanol
tert. Butanol,
2-Methyl-2-Propanol
Butylacetate
Chlorobenzene
Chloroform
Cyclohexane
Dichloromethane,
Methylenechloride
Diethylether
1,2,-Dichloroethylene (trans)
Diisopropylether
Dioxane
Dimethylformamide (DMF)
Ethanol
C2H4O2
C3H6O
C2H3N
C5H12O
44
556
226
11
C4H10
C4H10O
25
130
C6H12O2
C6H5CI
CHCI3
C6H12
CH2CI2
39
36
474
235
atm.press.
C4H10O
C2H2CI2
C6H14O
C4H8O2
C3H7NO
C2H6O
atm.press.
751
375
107
11
175
Ethylacetate
Ethylmethylketone
Heptane
Hexane
Isopropylalcohol
Isoamylalcohol,
3-Methyl-1-Butanol
Methanol
Pentane
n-Propylalcohol
Pentachloroethane
1,1,2,2,-Tetrachloroethane
1,1,1,-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
Tetrachloromethane
Tetrahydrofurane (THF)
Toluene
Trichloroethylene
Water
Xylene
C4H8O2
C4H8O
C7H16
C6H14
C3H8O
C5H12O
240
243
120
335
137
14
CH4O
C5H12
C3H8O
C2HCI5
C2H2CI4
C2H3CI3
C2CI4
CCI4
C4H8O
C7H8
C2HCI3
H2O
C8H10
337
atm.press.
67
13
35
300
53
271
357
77
183
72
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Warranty
In accordance with IKA warranty conditions, the warranty period is
24 months. For claims under the warranty please contact your local
dealer. You may also send the machine direct to our factory, enclosing the delivery invoice and giving reasons for the claim. You will
be liable for freight costs.
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The warranty does not cover worn out parts, nor does it apply to
faults resulting from improper use, insufficient care or maintenance
not carried out in accordance with the instructions in this operating
manual.
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