Contents - RM-Business

Contents - RM-Business
BÜCHI Rotavapor R-200/205
Table of contents
Contents
1
Scope of Delivery
2
2
Safety
4
3
Function
9
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Putting into operation
Point of use
Electrical connections
Heating bath
Steam tube and sealing system
Glass assembly
Combi-clip
Condenser fixation
Submerging angle into the heating bath
End catch when lowering and raising the
evaporating flask
Adjusting tension of the servo jack rope
Tube connections
Tube schema
Display module for vapour temperature and
rotation speed
Combination with Büchi Vacuum Controller
V-800/805
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14
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Operation
Rear connections
Controls Büchi Rotavapor R-200
Controls Büchi Rotavapor R-205
Lowering and raising the evaporating flask
Heating bath
Distilling
Choosing distillation conditions
Solvent table
Troubleshooting
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24
25
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Maintenance
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7
Taking out of operation
34
8
Spare parts and accessories
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9
Appendix
57
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
Read these operating instructions thoroughly
before you use the BÜCHI Rotavapor
R-200/205. Keep these instructions near
the apparatus, so that they are quickly
accessible.
Chapter two contains important safety
instructions. This information is essential as
regards safe operation of the rotary
evaporator.
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We reserve the right to make technical modifications without prior notice. No part of these
operating instructions can be reproduced or
processed, copied or distributed using electronic or optical systems without permission
in writing from Büchi Labortechnik AG.
All rights reserved.
en, Version L (60 pages)
© Büchi Labortechnik AG, 2000, 2001
R-200/205 Operating Instructions
Order number
96776
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BÜCHI Rotavapor R-200/205
1 Scope of Delivery
1
Scope of Delivery
Base apparatus
Büchi Rotavapor R-200 including bath B-490
Büchi Rotavapor R-205 including bath B-490
Table 1: Base apparatuses
Caution
Condenser mounting (40607 + 40608) in combination with
glass assesmbly A not included.
Glass assemblies
Glass assembly A uncoated or
Plastic +Glas coated
40630
40632
Glass assembly V uncoated or
Plastic +Glas coated
40600
40602
Glass assembly C uncoated or
Plastic +Glas coated
40640
40642
Glass assembly S uncoated or
Plastic +Glas coated
40650
40652
Glass assembly E uncoated or
Plastic +Glas coated
40660
40662
Glass assembly CR uncoated or
Plastic +Glas coated
40670
40672
Table 2: Glass assemblies
Picture 1: R-205 total view
Standard accessories: Order number
1 Mains cable
Bath
Rotavapor
Type CH plug type 12
or PNE, 2.5 m
10010
40833
Type Schuko
10016
40834
Type GB
17835
40831
Type AUS
17836
40832
Type USA
10020
40830
1 Operating instructions
German
96775
English
96776
French
96777
Italian
96778
Spanish
96779
BÜCHI Heating bath B-490 cpl.
230 V
Picture 2: Display module R-205
2
50/60 Hz
40400
100-120 V 50/60 Hz
40404
Table 3: Standard accessories
BÜCHI Rotavapor R-200/205
1 Scope of Delivery
Additional accessories for advanced + professional
resp. facultative accessories
Picture 3: V-800 and V-805
Büchi Vacuum Controller V-800, 230 V
40736
Büchi Vacuum Controller V-800, 120 V
40737
Büchi Vacuum Controller V-805, 230 V
40738
Büchi Vacuum Controller V-805, 120 V
40739
Valve unit to V-800/805
37968
Holder for valve unit 37968 to
Rotavapor R-200/205
40810
Remote control for V-800/805
40735
Automatic sensor to V-805
only for glass assembly V+S
40741
Kommunication set
between V-800/805 and R-200/205
40235
Table 4a: Facultative accessories
Upgrade R-200 zu R-205
Upgrade R-200 to R-205
Display for rotation and vapour
(without probe)
40320
1 Sensor for measuring the vapour temperature (only with glass assembly V+S+E)
40340
Table 4b: Facultative accessories
Picture 4: Automatic sensor to V-805
Picture 5: Remote control to V-800/805
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2
Safety
This apparatus has been built according to state-of-the-art
and recognised safety rules. Still, it can be associated with
risks and hazards:
• If the apparatus is operated by insufficiently trained
personnel.
• If the apparatus is not used properly.
2.1
Symbols
Stop
Information on hazards, which can lead to heavy material
damages, to severe or life-threatening injuries.
Warning
Information on hazards which can be harmful to your health
and lead to material damage.
Please note
Information, pointing to technical requirements. If these are
not complied with, disturbances, reduced economic efficiency
and product losses can result.
Warning
Surface temperature more than 60°C.
2.2. Requirements placed on operators
This apparatus can only be used by expert personnel or other
persons, who, because of their education or profession are
familiar with hazards, which can arise when this apparatus is
operated.
Personnel lacking this kind of training or persons, still being
trained, require thorough instructions. These operating
instructions are the basis for such training measures.
2.3
Proper use
The Rotavapor is not intended for activities with excess
pressure. Thus, you should make sure that no excess pressure
develops in the Rotavapor.
This apparatus has been designed and built for laboratories. It
is to be used for activities, associated with evaporating of
solvents.
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It is used for:
• Distilling solvents
• Vaporising of solvents and suspensions
• Recrystallisation
• Synthesis and cleaning of fine chemicals
• Soxhlet extractions
In the case of drying powders, electrostatic charges can form.
Proper use of the apparatus includes caring for it and carefully
handling it in accordance with the instructions found in these
operating instructions.
The heating bath is the heating source for distillation, whereby
the heating medium must be water or heat carrier oil. (see
Chapter Heating bath). The Rotavapor/Rotary Evaporator can
only be operated with a heating bath.
2.4
Improper use
Applications not mentioned above are improper. Also,
applications, which do not comply with the technical data are
considered improper . The operator assumes sole risk for any
damages, attributed to such improper use.
Especially the following uses are not permitted:
• Use of the apparatus in rooms, which require protected
apparatuses.
• Calibration apparatus for other apparatuses.
• Determination of samples, which can explode or ignite
(example: explosives, etc.) due to shock, friction, heat or
spark formation.
• Work in excess pressure.
• Working with other water or oil baths other than the heating
bath B-490, especially the use of heating sources with
temperatures above 180°C (e.g. a Bunsen burner, etc.).
• Processing of hard, brittle materials (example: stones, soil
samples, etc.), which can lead to destruction of the
evaporating flask.
• 3 Kilogram in an evaporating flask is the maximum weight
you can use with the Büchi Rotavapor. If the evaporating
flask is overloaded the joint adapter or the flask could break.
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2.5
Fundamental hazards
Fundamental hazards are associated with:
• Hot surfaces, occurring during operation
• Hot water or oil bath (up to 180 °C)
• Solvents, which can form peroxides (explosion hazards)
• Solvents with low ignition, flame, and/or explosion
temperatures
• Mixtures with unknown compositions or contamination
• Combustible gases or solvent vapour in the immediate
vicinity of the rotary evaporator
• Damaged glassware (implosions)
• Electrostatic charges when solvents are filled, or in the
case of drying powder.
Contact with live parts can be fatal.
Covers can only be removed with conventional tools by
authorised repair personnel. The apparatus cannot be put
into operation with damaged glassware.
2.6
Safety measures
Regional and local laws and regulations must be respected.
Basically, personal protective equipment such as protective
eye goggles, protective clothing and gloves are to be
worn.
There is a risk of scalding when hot evaporating flasks are
replaced. Suitable gloves can prevent this.
Use of optional Büchi protective equipment like PLASTIC+
GLAS coated glass components and protective shields protect
operators in case of accidents.
You can only use recommended standard glass assemblies.
You cannot assembly the unit from arbitrary glass components.
Each glass parts have to be checked on damages before
use. The joints have to be greased. All screw joints have to be
protected against overloaded stress.
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Only those components of the Rotavapor can be installed
and removed, which fulfil the intended function. This can be
done by hand or with the supplied tool. Only authorised repair
personnel can remove protective equipment and covers with
the help of conventional tools. You should only move the
heating bath when it is cool.
If you use an oil bath, make sure that water cannot enter the
bath, because hot oil can splash.
The operator is responsible for training his personnel. For this
purpose, you can be order these operating instructions in
other languages. These operating instructions must be
available for operating personnel at the point of use of the
apparatus as component of the rotary evaporator.
The operator shall inform the manufacturer immediately about
any safety relevant events, occurring during use of the
apparatus.
2.7
Modifications
Modifications to the apparatus or to spare parts and accessories
as well as use of other spare parts and accessories than those
mentioned in these operating instructions are only permitted
with the written consent of Büchi Labortechnik AG.
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2.8
Safety elements
Electric/ electronics
• The 230V baths are equipped with safety fuses.
• The bath is equipped with a mechanical and an electronic
over-temperature protection
Operation/product contacting parts
• Safety catch for regulating the dip depth of the evaporating
flask into the heating bath
• Combi-clips for fixing the evaporating flask and for safe
loosening of fixed ground-glass joints (evaporating flasks)
• Ball joint clip for safe fixing of the receiving flask
• Rods and holders for fusing of the glass assemblies
• The electrical servo jack is equipped with an electronic
over-temperature protection and a power-up time limit.
• The driving unit is equipped with an electronic overtemperature protection
• A safety spring protects the vapour duct from dropping out
Glass
• Use of high quality, inert 3.3 borosilicate glass
• Screw GL 14 tube nipples for preventing glass breakage
OPTIONAL:
PLASTIC + GLAS (abbreviated PLG) is a unique protective
layer for glass components. It offers improved mechanical
rupture resistance and increases protection against broken
glass. It also makes sure that the sample is not lost in the
receiving flask, if the flask is damaged.
The Büchi protective shield protects operators from flying
broken glass, solvent splashes and hot bath liquid in case of
accidents.
With the rod and pivoting clamp the condenser can be
additionally clamped.
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3
Function
3.1
Definitions
Some terms come up in these operating instructions, which
require some clarification.
Glass assemblies:
A: with diagonal condensers, for standard distillations
V:
with vertical condenser, for standard distillations, 17 cm
less place requirement than glass assembly A
C:
with cold traps for dry ice, for distilling solvents with low
boiling points
S:
with vertical condenser and reflux capability
CR: with cold traps and reflux capability, for distilling solvents
with low boiling points
E:
with descending condenser without reflux capability, ideal for solutions, with tendency to foaming
PLASTIC+GLAS
PLASTIC + GLAS (abbreviated PLG) is a unique protective
layer for glass components. It offers improved mechanical
rupture resistance and increases protection against broken
glass. It also makes sure that the sample is not lost in the
receiving flask, if the flask is damaged.
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3.2
Functional principle
With a vacuum rotary evaporator, single step distillations are
performed quickly and in a product friendly manner. The basis
of this procedure is the evaporation and condensation of
solvents using a rotating evaporating flask.
Distillations can be performed under vacuum. This increases
performance and helps to protect products. Distillations can
be performed under vacuum and atmospheric pressure.
An example using the V assembly
Picture 6: R-205 Basic Glass assembly
Evaporation area
The solvent is heated over a heating bath. In the rotating
evaporating flask, a thin solvent film forms on the inside of
the flask, resulting in increased evaporation rate. Rotation
also results in even mixing of the sample and thus, prevents
stationary over heating in the flask. (Maximum weight 3 kg)
Rotation drive
The drive unit makes sure that the evaporating flask rotates
evenly with the resulting advantages (see item 1).
Cooling area
The solvent vapour flows very quickly in the condenser.
Here, the energy in the solvent vapour is transferred to
the cooling medium (mostly water) and the solvent
condenses.
Receiving flask
The receiving flask receives the condensing solvent.
Vacuum
Vacuum reduces the boiling temperature and thus
increases performance of distillation.
Evaporating performance is influenced by distillation
pressure (vacuum), heating bath temperature, rotation
speed and size of evaporating flask.
See Chapter 5.7, ”Selecting distillation conditions”, for
information on selecting the optimum distillation conditions.
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3.3
Overview of components
Quick-action jack
Drive part with sealing system
Electronics head
Evaporating flask
Glass assembly
Receiving flask
Combi-clip
Heating bath
Display module for rotation speed and vapour
temperature
(optional)
Büchi Vacuum Controller
(optional)
Valve unit
(optional)
Picture 7: R-205 Professional with Glass assembly V
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Putting into operation
Look for damages when you unpack the unit. It is important
that you detect any transport damages when you unpack. If
necessary, you must prepare a status report immediately
(informing postal company, railway company or transportation
company).
Keep the original packaging in case the unit needs to be
transported later.
4.1
Point of use
The apparatus must be placed on a stable, horizontal plane.
Please take note of the max. product dimension. It cannot be
used in EX-protected rooms. Normally, distillations are to be
performed under vacuum with the rotary evaporator only in
running hood.
If, for space related reasons, this is not possible, the optional
protective shield should be mounted and the exhaust gas
should be led from the pump into the running hood.
4.2
Electrical connections
Determine whether the voltage on the socket corresponds to
the voltage given on the apparatus plate.
Always connect the apparatus to a earthed socket. External
connections and extension cables must lead a earthed
conductor lead (3-pole couplings, cable or plug equipment).
The earthed conductor lead cannot be interrupted. As a result,
risks due to internal defects are avoided.
Electronstatic sparks may damage the apparatus.
Bath and rotary evaporator are connected to the mains by
the mains cables.
Cabling
mains supply bath
mains supply rotary evaporator
Picture 8: Power connection of the Bath and Rotavapor
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4.3
Heating bath
The bath is placed onto the base plate of the rotary evaporator.
If you need to move the bath, you can pull on the inserted
handle in the base plate.
Heating medium
Never operate the heating bath without heating medium!
The following are suitable as heating medium:
• Distilled or deionised water for temperature range between
20 °C to 85 °C
• Heat carrier oil or water soluble polyethylene glycol (PEG)
for a working range up to 250 °C.
Picture 9: Bath B-490
Saving energy
In the case of heating baths, there are various ways to save
energy. By using floating balls in the water bath, evaporation
of water is reduced. As a result, heating of the bath is switched
on less often. This measure helps to save energy up to 50 %.
At the same time approximately 70 % less water is used.
(see Chapter 8.11, Miscellaneous).
You should turn on the heating bath around 10 –15 minutes
before starting the distillation, since the bath has a quick warmup time. You should also turn off the heating bath after a
distillation.
4.4
Steam tube and sealing system
In contrast to previous generation of Büchi Rotavapor systems,
the new Büchi Rotavapor R-200/205 needs only one sealing
system, which is suitable for distillations under reflux.
All materials, which come into contact with chemicals are
made of glass, PTFE and ETFE.
To prolong the service life of seals, the following should be
respected:
Picture 10: Explosion drawing of sealing system
Seals:
• Never grease seals
• Never touch seals with sharp objects
• Clean seals with soap and water or ethanol
• Control seals regularly
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4.5
Glass assembly
You can see the composition of the glass assembly on the
illustrations in 8.4, Glass assemblies.
• All flanges (condenser, distribution heads, evaporating flasks,
ground adapter) can be fastened, without having to
remove the screw cap. They must only be opened enough
so that the flange can be pushed through.
• Glass assemblies V, S, C, E, CR are to be secured using
foreseen condenser fixation.
• The receiving flask is to be secured with the clip foreseen
for this purpose.
Only glassware in perfect condition is to be used. The
glassware cannot have tears, stars, or other damages. You
must check glassware for damages before each use.
To achieve optimum tightness of the system, all joints are to
be greased on the condenser side.
4.6
Combi-clip
The combi-clip fulfils two functions:
Holding the evaporating flask
Loosening of the evaporating flask
Handle
The handle clicks in when it is in upward position.
Picture 11: Combi-clip function
4.7
Condenser fixation
Condenser fixation with 3 adjustment possibilities, depending
on the used glass assembly.
Screw for tightening and loosening the rod.
Picture 12: Condenser fixation
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4.8
Submerging angle into the heating bath
If, use of the Rotavapor requires employment of another
angle than 30 °, the angle is to be set as follows:
• Turn off the apparatus
• Hold the glass assembly with one hand and loosen the
handle screw with the other hand
• Put the drive part into the desired position
• Retighten the handle screw Picture 13: Drive unit with fixing screw
You cannot set the submerging angle when the apparatus is
operating.
The lowest quantity of solvent is lost when the condenser is in
a vertical position.
When the handle screw is loosen the glass assembly can tilt
to the left, which can result in glass breakage. Hold the glass
assembly when you loosen the handle screw.
4.9
End catch when submerging the evaporating
flask
By adjusting the catch screw , the lower catch of the quickaction jack can be set so that the evaporating flask can be
lowered into the bath as you desire.
Setting is to be chosen so that:
• In the case of lower catch of the quick-action jack neither
adapter or combi-clip nor evaporating flask touch the edge
of the bath
• The flask is not on the bottom of the bath
• No heating bath liquid flows out of the bath when the flask
is submerged
• The stop screw must be freely movable in the air.
Picture 14: Screw for end catch of the servo-jack
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4.10 Adjusting tension of the servo jack rope
It can happen that the servo jack can not be lowered to the
very end, specially after transportation of the Rotavapor. In
this case the tension of the rope has to be adjusted. This can
be done by the customer.
1. If the servo jack can not be lowered to the end, turn the
screws (1) on the front side of the rotavapor, 1/4 turn
clockwise.
2. Repeat step 1 if the servo jack doesn't go properly down.
3. Turn the screws 1/4 turn unclockwise till the lever after
pressing down is not comming up on it self.
Picture 15: Adjusting tension of the servo jack rope
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4.11 Tube connections
Cooling water
• Use GL-14 screwed connections
• The tubes used must all have the same inside diameter
(approximately 6 mm)
• For safety reasons, the tubes are to be secured with
commercial tube pivoting clamps or cable binders.
• To save cooling water, a recirculating chiller can be used.
• Brittle tubes are to be replaced.
Vacuum
• Use GL-14 screwed connections
• The tubes used must all have the same inside diameter
(approximately 5 mm)
• Keep vacuum tubes as short as possible.
• If no Büchi Vacuum Controller is used, a Woulff bottle is to
be connected between the vacuum source and Rotavapor.
• If a Büchi Vacuum Controller is used, a valve unit should
be connected.
• Tubes do not need to be secured.
• Brittle tubes are to be replaced.
Glass assembly
Vacuum sensor (to valve unit )
Valve unit
Connection to glass assembly
Connection to pump
Connection to Vacuum Controller
Connection for inert gas
Picture 16: R-200/205 with Vacuum Controller
The separator of the valve unit or a Woulff bottle serves as
safety, so that contamination, solvent or water (if a water jet
pump is used) cannot pass through the tubing neither from
the vacuum source into Rotavapor nor vice versa.
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4.12 Tube schema
Picture 17: Tube schema
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Cooling Water
Vacuum connection (to valve unit )
Vacuum sensor (to valve unit )
Connection to glass assembly Connection to pump
Connection to Vacuum Controller
Connection for inert gas
Valve unit (see end of chapter 4.13)
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4.13 Display module for vapour temperature and
rotation speed
Installing the display module
top
When the display module is installed into a Büchi Rotavapor
R-200, the unit becomes the Büchi Rotavapor R-205. If you
order R-205, this display module is already installed. If this
module is ordered separately, you can retrofit it as follows:
Screw out screw and pull the cover plate to the back.
Lift the lower spring-loaded catch of the front plate and
remove the front plate
Connect the display module with the flat belt cable in the
apparatus
Connect the 2 pole cable with the display module.
Latch display module from the front to the Rotavapor and
insert it on the rear of the plug socket into the foreseen
holder (as shown in the picture ).
Screw the tower cover back on.
Installing the vapour temperature sensor
So that the vapour temperature can be displayed, the accompanying sensor must be connected. It is plugged into the
socket located on the rear of the module.
The Sensor is lead into the corresponding opening of the
condenser and screwed.
Picture 18: V condenser with position vapour temperature sensor, and
rear of the display module
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4.14 Combination with Büchi Vacuum Controller
V-800/805
The new Büchi Vacuum Controllers V-800/805 are optimally
adapted to the design of the Rotavapor R-200/205.
Scoe of delivery
If the Vacuum Controller V-800/805 and valve unit are ordered
together with the Rotavapor R-200/205, these are already
installed into the units.
Retrofitting
If a Rotavapor R-200 or R-205 is retrofitted, you must proceed
as follows:
Fixation
• Screw out screw and pull the cover plate to the back.
This cover will not be used any more.
• Remove the cable socket and plug it into the Vacuum
Controller.
• Place the Vacuum Controller V-800/805 on the special
cover and draw the cover from the rear side on the
Rotavapor. Fix the cover with the screw.
• Control cable for the Rotavapor
The holding device for the valve unit can be fixed on the left
side of the tower of the Rotavapor. The valve unit can be fixed
on the holding device.
Cabeling of the Rotavapor
Picture 19: Installation of Vacuum Controller on Rotavapor
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Connect mains supply bath to the mains
Connect mains supply of rotary evaporator to the mains
R socket on Vacuum Controller is connected to the socket
on the Rotavapor
Switchbox socket on the V-500 is connected to the
”PUMP” socket on the Vacuum Controller
Valve socket on Vacuum Controller is connected to the
valve unit CW socket on Vacuum Controller is connected to the
cooling water valve
Valve Unit
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Cabling with valve unit
Connection ”R1” of the valve unit is connected to the glass
assembly
”Pump” connection of valve unit is connected to the pump
inlet
”V.Contr” connection of valve unit is connected to the
Vacuum Controller
Function of individual elements
Connecting cable Controller – Rotavapor
The apparatuses are connected together in such a manner,
that, if you so desire, the start/stop of rotation and raising and
lowering of the evaporating flask, can function via the Vacuum
Controller, i.e.:
• When distillation is started via the Vacuum Controller V800/805, the evaporating flask moves to the previously
set end catch and rotation is switched on.
Picture 20: Valve unit
• When distillation is stopped via the Vacuum Controller V800/805, rotation switches off and the evaporating flask is
raised from the bath.
Valve unit
When the set point on the Vacuum Controller is reached, the
valve unit shuts off the connection to the pump. At the same
time, the valve unit serves as separator, i.e., the pump is
protected against contamination.
Switchbox of V-500
When the set point on Vacuum Controller is reached, the
pump is switched off. If the system pressure increases above
the hysteresis set on the Vacuum Controller, the pump is
switched back on.
Fixation and current supply are only suitable for Büchi Vacuum
Controller V-800 and 805. Older Büchi Controllers or other
Controllers can be mounted on an extra rod and must not be
connected to the power supply of the Rotavapor.
See relevant operating instructions for detailed
information on operation of the Vacuum Controller.
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5
Operation
Note that the apparatus must be properly put into operation
in accordance with the instructions in Chapter 4, Putting into
operation
5.1
Rear connections
Mains supply for R-200/205
Fastening screw for top plate of R-200/205
Socket for vapour temperature sensor (only for R-205)
Control cable of Vacuum Controller on R-200 or R-205
Mains supply for V-800/805
Picture 21: Rear electronics head and Vacuum Controller
5.2
Controls Büchi Rotavapor R-200
Main switch On/Off
Setting of rpm
Rotation can be set infinity variably between 20 and 280
rpm. When the Rotavapor is turned on by , the rotation
starts with the preselected rotation speed.
Picture 22: Front panel R-200
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5.3
Controls Büchi Rotavapor R-205
Main switch On/Off
Setting of RPM
Rotation can be set variably between 20 and 280 rpm.
When the Rotavapor is turned on by , the rotation speed
starts with the preselected rotation speed.
Display for rotation speed in RPM.
Display for vapour temperature in °C (only with vapour
temperature sensor for glass assembly V, S, or E.
Picture 23: Front panel R-205
5.4
앖
UP
앗 DOWN
Lowering and raising the evaporating flask
With the electric quick-action jack, the evaporating flask can
be lowered into and raised from the water bath. This operation
requires no physical effort. Motion is effected by an integrated
motor. The button for the corresponding direction is located
on the handle of the quick-action jack.
If there is a technical defect or current is interrupted, the
evaporating flask can also be moved from the bath manually.
By pressing the lever on the front of the bottom plate, the
brake of the lift is released. Depending on glass assembly,
lowering to be supported by hand.
For adjusting the quick-action jack see Chapter 4.10.
Picture 24: Lowering and raising the evaporating flask
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5.5
Heating bath
As soon as the mains plug is plugged in, the bath starts to
warm up, provided the main switch is turned on. Thus, make
sure that there is always heating bath liquid in the bath.
Temperatures up 180 ° are possible with the heating bath.
To avoid accidents:
• Never remove rotating flasks from the bath because
splashing oil can lead to burns
• Make sure that no liquid can flow from the bath when the
evaporating flask is submerged.
• Installation of protectiv shield only if if heating bath is cold.
Picture 25: Front panel of heating bath B-490
If the desired temperature is set via the turn button-the display
jumps from ACTUAL to SET point. The DESIRED temperature
can now be set. After approximately 2 seconds, the display
jumps back to the ACTUAL value.
The temperature scale via the SET point potentiometer is 2coloured. Blue marks the water range, i.e. the temperature
range below 100 °C, orange marks the oil range, i.e. temperature above 100 °C. For safety related reasons, when activities
are performed above 100 °C, the regulator is to be turned
over the 100 °mark against a mechanical resistance.
To be able to regulate the upper range, heat transfer oil for a
operating range up to 250 °C must be used.
Main switch
Potentiometer for setting the bath temperature in °C
Display of actual bath temperature
Green indication lamp means ”bath is warming up”
Orange indication lamp means ”temperature above 100 °C”
Attention: Hot surface
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5.6
Distilling
In this section, starting, optimising and ending a distillation are
shown on the basis of a checklist.
Apparatus is completely installed
•
•
•
•
All electrical connections are correct
All sealings have been correctly inserted
All joints have been greased
Evaporating flask is empty mounted
Evacuating apparatus in order to test tightness
(see 6.5, Functional test) max 3 mbar pressure increase/min.
Setting heating bath to desired value
Heating liquid has reached set temperature
Open cooling water
Allow cooling water to flow through the condenser at
approximately 40 – 50 l/h and not warmer than 20 °C.
Fill solution into the evaporating flask
• The solution can also be sucked in using vacuum
Start evacuation process
• Choose pressure in such a way that the boiling point of
the solvent is 40 °C (see Table, Chapter 5.7)
• Set rotation
• Use quick-action jack to sink flask into the bath
• After set vacuum has been reached, wait for 1- 2 minutes
to see whether distillation begins
• If distillation does not start, parameters must be optimised
again (Sink pressure gradually or increase bath
temperature)
In the optimum case, condenser is to be 2/3 to 3/4 burdened,
otherwise sink the pressure until this is the case (Not possible
for all distillation operations!).
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When distillation «dies out»
Replace the receiving flask, to eliminate the risk of back evaporating. Then, continue distillation. Repeat this process until all
desired solvent is distilled off.
At the end of distillation, start rotation, pull up the flask and
vent the system.
Turn off the heating bath to save energy, if you do not intend
to immediately perform another distillation.
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5.7
Choosing distillation conditions
To achieve optimum distillation conditions when rotary evaporators are used, the energy, supplied for distillation from the
heating bath, must be removed via the condenser. To guarantee this, operations should be performed according to this
rule of thumb.
Cooling water
Vapour
Bath
Max. 20°C
40°C
60°C
How can you achieve these conditions?
∆T2 (min. 20°C)
∆T
1
(mi
n. 2
0°C
)
• Set the bath temperature to 60 °C
• Set cooling water, temperature no higher than 20°C
• Allow cooling water to flow through the condenser at
approximately 40 – 50 l/h
• The working vacuum is to be chosen, so that the boiling
point of the solvent is 40 °C. You can get the corresponding
pressure from the Solvent Table (next page).
Advantages associated with 60 °C bath temperature:
• The evaporating flask can be replaced without risk of
scalding.
• The evaporation rate of the water from the heating bath is
not very high (energy loss).
• The heating bath energy is employed at a good degree of
efficiency.
This rule can also be applied to lower bath temperatures, for
example:
Picture 26: R-205: 20–40–60° C rule
Cooling water
max. 0°C
Vapour
20°C
Bath
40°C
Optimising distillation:
Depending on distilled solvent, distillation may have to be
optimised again. However, before you optimise distillation again,
the heating bath must have reached 60 °C.
The following applies: condensation of solvent should be 2/3
to 3/4 of the existing condenser coil.
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There are basically two possibilities for optimising distillation:
1. Slowly reduce pressure again
Bath must have reached 60 °C (Boiling point is reduced,
increase of ∆T1, resulting in increase of distillation capacity)
or
2. increasing bath temperature
(Increase of ∆T1, resulting in increase of distillation capacity).
By increasing the bath temperature, not all of the additional
energy is supplied to distillation, but more is also discharged
into the environment. This is due to the increase temperature
difference between bath and environmental temperature.
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5.8
Solvent table
Solvent
Formula
Molar Mass
in g/mol
Evaporation
energy in J/g
Boiling point
at 1013 mbar
Density
in g/cm3
Vacuum in mbar for
boiling point at 40°C
Acetone
C3H6O
58.1
553
56
0.790
556
n-amylalcohol, n-pentanol
C5H12O
88.1
595
37
0.814
11
C6H6
78.1
548
80
0.877
236
n-butanol, tert.butanol
C4H10O
74.1
620
118
0.810
25
(2-methyl-2-propanol)
C4H10O
74.1
590
82
0.789
130
Chlorobenzene
C6H5Cl
112.6
377
132
1.106
36
Chloroform
CHCl3
119.4
264
62
1.483
474
Cyclohexane
C6H12
84.0
389
81
0.779
235
Diethylether
C4H10O
74.0
389
35
0.714
Atmospheric
1,2-dichloroethane
C2H4Cl2
99.0
335
84
1.235
210
1,2-dichloroethylene (cis)
C2H2Cl2
97.0
322
60
1.284
479
1,2-dichloroethylene (trans)
C2H2Cl2
97.0
314
48
1.257
751
Diisopropyl ether
C6H14O
102.0
318
68
0.724
375
Dioxane
C4H8O2
88.1
406
101
1.034
107
DMF (dimethyl-formamide)
C3H7NO
73.1
153
0.949
11
Acetic acid
C2H4O2
60.0
695
118
1.049
44
Ethanol
C2H6O
46.0
879
79
0.789
175
Ethylacetate
Benzene
C4H8O2
88.1
394
77
0.900
240
Heptane
C7H16
100.2
373
98
0.684
120
Hexane
C6H14
86.2
368
69
0.660
335
Isopropylalcohol
C3H8O
60.1
699
82
0.786
137
C5H12O
88.1
595
129
0.809
14
Isoamylalcohol,
3-methyl-1- butanol
Methylethylketone
C4H8O
72.1
473
80
0.805
243
Methanol
CH4O
32.0
1227
65
0.791
337
Methylene chloride,
dichloromethane
CH2Cl2
84.9
373
40
1.327
Atmospheric
Pentane
C5H12
72.1
381
36
0.626
Atmospheric
n-propylalcohol
C3H8O
60.1
787
97
0.804
67
Pentachloroethane
C2HCl5
202.3
201
162
1.680
13
C2H2Cl4
167.9
247
146
1.595
35
1,1,2,2-tetra-chloroethane
Tetrachlorocarbon
CCl4
153.8
226
77
1.594
271
1,1,1-trichloroethane
C2H3Cl3
133.4
251
74
1.339
300
Tetra-chloro-ethylene
C2Cl4
165.8
234
121
1.623
53
THF (tetrahydrofurane)
C4H8O
72.1
67
0.889
357
C7H8
92.2
427
111
0.867
77
C2HCl3
131.3
264
87
1.464
183
100
1.000
Toluene
Trichloroethylene
Water
H2O
18.0
2261
Xylene (mixture)
C8H10
106.2
389
0-xylene
C8H10
106.2
144
0.880
m-xylene
C8H10
106.2
139
0.864
p-xylene
C8H10
106.2
138
0.861
72
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5.9
Troubleshooting
Malfunction
Possible cause
Remedy
Apparatus does not work
Main switch is off
Turn mains switch on
Apparatus is not connected
to the mains supply
Check mains connections
Main switch is off
Turn mains switch on
Apparatus is not connected
to the mains supply
Check mains connections
Over-temperature protection reacts
Automatic reset after cooling
Internal fuse is defect (only 230V)
Call customer service
Servo lift without function
Various causes
Call customer service
Flask does not rotate
Rotary knob is set to 0
Turn rotary knob clockwise, until rotation
starts
Apparatus has been
switched on again
Turn rotary knob to ”0” and then turn it
clockwise, until rotation starts
Joints have not been greased
Grease joints
Hose nipples have not be screwed
correctly or they are defect
Check hose nipples
Tubes are untight (brittle)
Replace tubes
Sealing system has been installed
incorrectly
Check sealing system
Seal is defect
Replace seals
System is untight
Control all sealing points
(tubes and their connections)
Hysteresis is too small
Choose larger hysteresis
(if end vacuum is greater than
700 mbar, set to automatic hysteresis)
Valve does not switch
Valve does not shut off
• Valve is dirty
• Valve cable is not plugged in
Vacuum is not reached
Back evaporation Rotavapor
Drain receiving flask
Water pressure of water jet
pump is too low
Open water tap completely
Bath does not warm up
System is not tight
Frequent switching of valve or pump
Distillation has ”abated”
Manually sink pressure until the distillation starts again
Distillation has ended
despite not dried out completely
a)
b)
Display E1
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Back evaporation from the receiving flask is too strong (especially
solvent mixtures), drain receiving flask and start distillation again
Malfunction in distillation procedure is not exactly defined (for example,
sudden cooling, heat flow is too low, etc.)
Actual temperature was >3°C above
the target value when heating was
turned on
AUTO RESET after cooling off, upon
second occurrence; Call customer service
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6 Maintenance
6
Maintenance
You must observe all instructions, aimed at keeping the
Rotavapor functional. This includes periodically cleaning and
checking for damages.
Before carrying out maintenance work on the apparatus, make
sure that vapour supply and current supply have been turned
off. When repair work is done to the lower part of the bath,
always support the bath.
6.1
Cleaning
Housing
Use a moist cloth to clean the housing. Never use solvents as
cleaning agents. Check the housing for defects (controls,
plugs).
Tube connections
Visually examine tube connections. Tears, brittleness are to
be corrected by replacing with suitable new tubes.
Sealing system
Visually check seal KD-34 and if it is strongly worn, replace it
with a new seal.
• Do not grease seal (abrasion and fat have abrasive effect).
• Cleaning by rinsing and drying with a soft cloth prolongs
the service life of seals. This also helps to keep solvents
from getting into the unit.
• Clean seals and glass components regularly, especially after
boiling delays and/or work with crystalline products.
Disassembling:
• Completely loosen screwed connection on the
evaporation side. Press the knob on the lower side of the
drive to block the screwed connection. Remove flange
adapter and black screwed connection .
• Remove flange seal and steam tube via the evaporator
side.
• Completely loosen screwed connection on the condenser side. Hold and secure condenser when you do this.
• Remove seal and clean it.
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Assembling:
Picture 27: Explosion illustration of sealing system with drive
• Insert seal on the condenser side.
• Place flange seal onto steam tube and insert via the
evaporator side.
• Tightly screw flange adapter with screwed connection
onto the evaporator side. Press the button on the
bottom of the drive to block the screwed connection.
• Fasten condenser with screwed connection onto drive.
Heating Bath
The heating bath does not require any maintenance. You
should clean it occasionally. It should be cleaned, if:
• The water bath is calcified or contaminated
• The oil in the oil bath has changed (colour, viscosity,
polymerises) or is contaminated.
Remove the bath to clean it.
Minor furring can be removed with non-abrasive cleaning
agents (for example bathroom cleaners). If calcification is persistent, you can use acetic acid to remove it. Then, you must
thoroughly rinse the bath.
Clean the housing with a moisten cloth, without using solvents.
Visually inspect the housing for defects (controls, plug).
Glass components
Rinse glass components with commercial cleaners (for
example mild soap solution). Use suitable cleaning material
(you may have to allow it to act for awhile) to remove dirt
adhering in the condenser coil (for example algae). Remove
grease from joints. After you have cleaned and completely
dried each glass component, visually inspect each glass
component for glass splinters or tears. Since glass components
are under vacuum when the rotary evaporator is operating,
you must carefully visually control them!
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6.3
Functional test
The unit is to be assembled from dry, solvent-free glass
components.
Vacuum tightness
The apparatus is evacuated while flask is rotating. If there is a
pressure measuring device, it is determined whether the
vacuum remains constant in the system. For this purpose,
the vacuum tube between the vacuum source and the
pressure measuring device is interrupted by careful bending.
Pressure increase per minute should be less than 3 mbar.
Setting capability of rotation speed
The regulator for rotation speed is slowly turned from the
minimum setting to the maximum catch (clockwise). The motor
is to turn without interruption in each position of the regulator.
6.4
Customer service
Only authorised service personnel can perform work on or in
the apparatus. These persons have a comprehensive technical
training and knowledge about hazards, resulting when safety
stipulations are not complied with. BÜCHI Customer Service
Office have apparatus specific Service Manual, which can
only be obtained by authorised personnel.
Addresses of official BÜCHI Customer Service Offices are given
on the last page of these operating instructions. If your
apparatus malfunctions or you have technical questions or
application problems, contact one of these offices.
BÜCHI Customer Service offers the following services:
•
•
•
•
Spare parts
Repairs
Maintenance
Technical advise
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7
Taking out of operation
You must remove dangerous substances and thoroughly clean
the apparatus. As a result, people will not be injured from
contact with dangerous substances.
7.1
Storage/transportation
Clean the apparatus thoroughly. Residues of chemicals must
be removed completely and glass components must be
cleaned.
Keep and transport the apparatus in its original packaging.
7.2
Disposal
So that the apparatus can be disposed of in an environmentally
friendly manner, there is alist of materials used in Chapter 9,
Annex. This helps to ensure that the components are
separated and recycled.
Please observe valid regional and local laws concerning
disposal.
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8
Spare parts and accessories
Only BÜCHI original accessories and spare parts guarantee
safety and that the apparatus functions correctly. You can
only use spare parts and accessories from other companies if
BÜCHI consents. During assembling and disassembling the
general safety rules and Chapter 6 are to be respected.
Before placing the apparatus into operation, check to make
sure that it operates correctly according to Chapter 6.2.
Manufacturing according to this Manual is prohibited.
Copyright remains at Büchi AG.
8.1
Condenser fixation
Name
40608
Order number
Rod
40607
Holder
40608
Table 7a: Condenser fixation
40607
Set 4 Tube nipples straight
37642
Set 4 Tube nipples bent
37287
Set Tube nipples 4 straight / 2 bent
38000
Table 7b: Tube nipples
Picture 28a: Rod and holder
8.2
Deflector ring for Condenser / Coldtrap
In a warm environment condensation can form on the outside
of the Condenser or Coldtrap. To prevent condensation
collecting behind the plastic screw coupling the Deflector ring
should be fitted as illustrated.
Name
Set of 5 Deflector rings
Order number
40822
Table 7c: Deflector rings
Picture 28 b : Glass assembly with Deflector ring
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Picture 29: Explosion illustration glass assembly A
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8.3
Glass assembly A
Name
Order number
PTFE tube 460 mm
00643
Clip for receiving flask
03275
Screw cap GL-10
23875
O ring 3 x 2,7 mm
23900
PTFE tube, 600 mm
28096
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl, 4 units
37287
Seal complete (with steam tube, seal
condenser side, Teflon ring evaporator side)
40010
Set flange screwed connection
40133
Joint adapter with combi-clip,
NS 29.2/32, complete
40615
PTFE drain disk
40625
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40627
Glass assembly A complete with 1 l
receiving flask (03275 + 40627 + 00643 +
40625 + 28096 + 40631)
40630
Diagonal condenser A (23875 + 23900 +
Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
40631
PLASTIC + GLAS (PLG)
Glass assembly A complete, PLG with 1 l
coated receiving flask (40633 + 03275 +
40627 + 00643 + 40625 + 28096)
40632
Diagonal condenser A PLG (23875 +
23900 + Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
40633
Table 8: Spare parts glass assembly A
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Picture 30: Explosion illustration glass assembly V
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Glass assembly V
Name
Order number
PTFE tube 300 mm
00646
Clip for receiving flask
03275
Screw cap GL-10
23875
O ring 3 x 2,7 mm
23900
Screw cap GL-14
25435
PTFE tube, 600 mm
28096
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl., 4 units
37287
Seal complete (with steam tube, seal
condenser side, Teflon ring evaporator side)
40010
Set flange screwed connection
40133
Glass assembly V complete with 1 l
receiving flask (40601 + 40604 + 03275 +
40627 + 00646 + 40625 + 28096)
40600
V condenser (23875 + 23900 + 25435 +
Tube nipple GL-14 compl.
40601
Joint adapter with combi-clip,
NS 29.2/32, complete
40615
PTFE-disk (drain disk)
40625
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40627
PLASTIC + GLAS (PLG)
Glass assembly V complete, PLG with 1 l
coated receiving flask (40603 + 03275 +
40627 + 40625 + 28096)
40602
V condenser PLG (23875 + 23900 +
25435 + Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
40603
Table 9: Spare parts glass assembly V
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Picture 31: Explosion illustration glass assembly C
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8.5
Glass assembly C
Name
Order number
PTFE tube 300 mm
00646
Cold trap
00672
Clip for receiving flask
03275
Screw cap GL-10
23875
O ring 3 x 2,7 mm
23900
Seal PTFE/Viton complete
27462
Cap for cold trap
27479
PTFE tube, 600 mm
28096
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl., 4 units
37287
Seal complete (with steam tube, seal
condenser side, Teflon ring evaporator side)
40010
Set flange screwed connection
40133
Joint adapter with combi-clip,
NS 29.2/32, complete
40615
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40627
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40628
Glass assembly C complete with 1 l
receiving flasks (03275 + 00646 + 04625 +
40628 + 28090 + 40627 + 40645)
40640
Cold trap outer part (incl. 23900 + 23875 +
Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
40641
Cold trap complete (40641 + 23900 +
23875 + 00672 + 27462 + 27479)
40645
PLASTIC + GLAS (PLG)
Glass assembly C complete, PLG with 1 l
coated receiving flask (40646 + 03275 +
00646 + 40625 + 40628 + 28096)
40642
Cold trap outer part PLG (incl. 23900 +
23875 + Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
40643
Cold trap complete PLG
(23900 + 27875 + 00672 + 27462 +
27479 + Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
40646
Table 10: Spare parts glass assembly C
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Picture 32: Explosion illustration glass assembly S
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8.6
Glass assembly S
Name
Order number
PTFE tube 300 mm
00646
Clip for receiving flask
03275
Screw cap GL-10
23875
O ring 3 x 2,7 mm
23900
Screw cap GL-14
25435
PTFE tube, 600 mm
28096
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl., 4 units
37287
Seal complete (with steam tube, seal
condenser side, Teflon ring evaporator side)
40010
Set flanged screwed connection
40133
Joint adapter with combi-clip,
NS 29.2/32, complete
40615
PTFE disk (drain disk)
40625
Shut-off tap
40626
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40627
Glass assembly S complete with 1l receiving
flasks without vacuum connector 1006
(40651 + 40657 + 40626 + 03275 +
40627 + 40625 + 28096)
40650
Vertical condenser S, including
Tube nipple GL-14 complete
40651
Distribution head including 23900 + 23875
40657
PLASTIC + GLAS (PLG)
Glass assembly S complete, PLG with 1 l
coated receiving flask
(40653 + 40658 + 40626)
40652
Vertical condenser S PLG
(25435 + Tube nipple GL-14 compl)
40653
Distribution head PLG incl. 23900 + 23875
40658
Table 11: Spare parts glass assembly S
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Picture 33: Explosion illustration glass assembly E
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8.7
Glass assembly E
Name
Order number
PTFE tube 300 mm
00646
Expansion vessels (including 25435)
01002
U tube (including 25435)
01003
Vacuum connector
(including Tube nipple GL-14, complete)
01004
Clip for receiving flask
03275
Condenser (incl. Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
10183
Condenser pivoting clamp
11151
Screw cap GL-10
23875
O ring 3 x 2,7 mm
23900
Screw cap GL-14
25435
Cross sleeve
27344
PFTE tube, 600 mm
28096
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl., 4 units
37287
Seal complete (with steam tube, seal
condenser side, Teflon ring evaporator side)
40010
Set flange screwed connection
40133
Rod
40609
Joint adapter with combi clip,
NS 29.2/32, complete
40615
PTFE disk (drain disk)
40625
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40627
Glass assembly E complete with
1 l receiving flask (10183 + 01003 + 01002 +
40661 + 01004 + 03275 + 40627 +
00646 + 40625 + 28096)
40660
Distribution head (including 23875 + 23900)
40661
PLASTIC + GLAS (PLG)
Expansion vessel PLG (incl. 25435)
33507
U tube PLG (including 25435)
33508
Condenser PLG
(including Tube nipple GL-14 complete)
33511
Glass assembly E complete, PLG with 1 l
coated receiving flask
(33511 + 33508 + 33507 + 40663 + 01004)
40662
Distribution head PLG
(including 23875 +23900)
40663
Table 12: spare part glass assembly E
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Picture 34: Explosion illustration glass assembly CR
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8.8
Glass assembly CR
Name
Order number
PTFE tube 300 mm
00646
Cold trap
00672
Vacuum connection incl. cock (optional)
01006
Clip for receiving flask
03275
Cold trap CR outer part
(including Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
11228
Cold trap CR complete (00672 + 40628 +
11228 + 27462 + 27479 + Tube nipple
GL-14 compl.)
11511
Screw cap GL –10
23875
O ring 3 x 2,7 mm
23900
Seal PTFE/Viton complete
27462
Cap for cold trap
27479
PTFE tube, 600 mm
28096
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl., 4 units
37287
Seal complete (with steam tube, seal condenser side, Teflon ring evaporator side)
40010
Set flange screwed connection
40133
Joint adapter with combi-clip,
NS 29.2/32, complete
40615
PTFE disk (drain disk)
40625
Shut-off valve
40626
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40627
Stop cocks NS 18.8/38
40628
Distribution head (iincl. 23900 + 23875)
40657
Glass assembly CR complete with 1 l
receiving flask without 1006
(11228 + 00672 + 40657 + 40626 +
27462 + 27479 + 03275 + 40627 +
40628 + 00646 + 40625 + 28096)
40670
PLASTIC + GLAS (PLG)
Cold trap CR outer part PLG
(including Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
25614
Cold trap complete (00672+40628+25614+
27462+27479+Tube nipple GL-14 compl.)
33478
Distribution head PLG (incl. 23875 + 23900)
40658
Glass assembly CR complete, PLG with 1 l
coated receiving flask (25614 + 00672 +
40658 + 40626 + 27462 + 27479 +
03275 + 40627 + 40628 + 00646 +
40625 + 28096)
40672
Table 13: Spare parts glass assembly CR
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Various glass parts
Name
Order number
Sealing system
40016
40610
40030
Joint adapter, complete with combi-clip
To 29.2/32 joint
40615
Joint adapter, complete with combi-clip
To 24/40 joint
40616
Joint adapter, complete with combi-clip
To 29.2/42 Joint
40617
Joint adapter, complete with combi-clip
To 34.5/35 Joint
40618
Vapour duct
40610
Set adapter seal, complete (2 units)
40030
Seal KD 34, complete
40016
Picture 35: Sealing system and joint adapter
Name
Order number
Combi-Clip
Standard joint
Picture 36: Combi-clip
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SJ 29,2/32
40620
SJ 29,2/42
40620
SJ 24/40
40620
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Standard joint evaporating flask (pear-shaped)
Content
SJ 29.2/32
SJ 24/40
SJ 29.2/42
50 ml
00431
08750
08736
100 ml
00432
08751
08737
250 ml
00433
08754
08738
500 ml
00434
08758
08739
1000 ml
00435
00440
08762
2000 ml
00436
08765
08769
3000 ml
00437
08767
08770
Picture 37: Evaporating flask
SJ Evaporating flask (pear-shaped) PLASTIC+GLAS
Content
SJ 29.2/32
SJ 24/40
50 ml
33405
100 ml
33404
250 ml
25520
500 ml
25322
25261
1000 ml
20729
20730
2000 ml
25323
25262
3000 ml
25324
25263
SJ 29.2/42
25517
27346
The use of the plastic + glass coating is according to
manufacturers' instructions in water up to 60° possible.
The cleaning of the glass parts should be done by hand.
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SJ Drying flask (pear-shaped)
Content
SJ 29.2/32
SJ 24/40
500 ml
00452
11579
1000 ml
00453
00420
2000 ml
00454
11580
Picture 38: Drying flask
Receiving flask (with ball joint 35/20)
Content
uncoated
Plastic+Glas
Plastic+Glas
Low temperature*
50 ml
00421
100 ml
00422
250 ml
00423
500 ml
00424
25264
40774
1000 ml
00425
20728
40775
2000 ml
00426
25265
40776
3000 ml
00427
25266
40777
* For the use with BÜCHI Cold Trap
Picture 39: Receiving flask
The use of the plastic + glass coating is according to
manufacturers' instructions in water up to 60° possible.
The cleaning of the glass parts should be done by hand.
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Name
Order number
Flanged evaporating flask
100 ml
40675
250 ml
40676
500 ml
40677
1000 ml
40678
2000 ml
40679
3000 ml
40680
Picture 40: Flanged evaporating flask
Flanged drying flask
500 ml
40682
1000 ml
40683
2000 ml
40684
Picture 41: Flanged drying flask
Distillation spider
For simultaneous distillation from 5 evaporating flasks
Content
Complete with flask for
SJ 29.2/32
50 ml
01332
100 ml
01333
Picture 42: Distillation spider
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Name
Order number
Distillation spider
For simultaneous distillation from 20 ml cylinder flask with
SJ 14.5/23
Number of flasks
SJ 29.2/32
6
01334
12
01335
20
01336
20 ml evaporating flask to spider
00477
Picture 43: Distillation spider 20 ml
Beaker flask
For working with high viscosity and solid substances. The large
opening allows for smooth draining and cleaning. Foaming
solutions can be better processed in a beaker flask.
Beaker
flask cpl.
Drying
flask cpl.
With flange
40696
40697
SJ 29,2/32
34230
34269
SJ 24/40
34247
34770
Beaker
flask cpl.
Drying
flask cpl.
With flange
40692
40693
SJ 29,2/32
34764
34767
SJ 24/40
34765
34768
1,5l Version
0,5l Version
Picture 44: Beaker flask
Filled volume
1,5 l Version = 500 ml
0,5 l Version = 150 ml
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Name
Order number
Reitmeyer trap
For slightly foaming solutions
Flange with NS 29.2/32
40667
Flange with NS 24/40
40668
Picture 45: Reitmeyer trap
11705
00982
11585
11388
Extraction unit “Soxhlet”
When this accessory is combined with glass assembly S,
extractions can be performed.
This extraction unit can be obtained for 200 ml or 500 ml.
Extraction unit complete 200 ml (40699+
11705+11585+11904+19051+00982+08560)
11744
Extraction unit complete 500 ml (40699+
11705+11388+11904+19051+00982+00989)
11745
Reducing unit
For 200 and 500 ml version
11705
Extraction unit lower part 200 ml
11585
Extraction unit lower part 500 ml
11388
Rod 12 x 750 mm (R-114 - 144)
11904
Rod 1000 mm (R-200/5)
40699
Cross sleeve cpl.
27344
Condenser clamp
11151
PTFE O ring
19051
Complete screwed connection
00982
1 x extraction thimbles for 200 ml
08560
1 x extraction thimbles for 500 ml
00989
25 x extraction thimbles for 200 ml
18106
Picture 46: Soxhlet extraction unit
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8.10 Miscellaneous
Name
Order number
Floating balls
The floating balls on the water surface behave like a cover.
As a result, energy consumption is reduced.
250 pieces
36405
Picture 47: Floating balls in waterbath
Woulff bottle
The Woulff bottle acts as volume buffer between pump and
rotary evaporator. It protects the pump against contamination
and thus increases its service life.
Picture 48: Woulff bottle
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Woulff bottle, complete
(25518+32885)
25519
Woulff bottle
25518
Tube nipple GL-14, bend, cpl.. 4 units
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Name
Order number
Water jet pump plastic
Water jet pump
02913
Picture 49: Water jet pump
Water control valve ½”
Water control valve ½ ” complete
11606
11606
Picture 50: Water control valve
Vacuum gauge unit
18826
Vacuum gauge
18826
Y piece ø 10 mm
00394
00394
Picture 51: Vacuum gauge unit
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Name
Order number
Tubes
07622
04133
Vacuum tube 16/6 mm
17622
Nyflex tube 14 x 8
(Alternative to vacuum tube 17622))
04113
Cooling water tube silicone 9/6 mm
04133
Picture 52: Illustration tube
Glisseal laboratory grease
60 g tube
01330
Picture 53: Illustration of glisseal laboratory grease
Protective shield
Protective shield, complete
40440
Picture 54: Illustration of protective shield
Valve unit
This valve unit with integrated separator is a necessary
accessory, if vacuum is controlled with a vacuum controller. It
interrupts the connection between the pump and rotary
evaporator and protects the pump against contamination.
Valve unit, complete
Picture 55: Photograph of valve unit
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Appendix
9.1
Technical Data
R-200
R-205
B-490
Type of apparatus
Rotavapor Basic
Rotavapor with display
Heating bath
Glass assembly
A,V,C,S,E,CR
A,V,C,S,E,CR
Dimensions (wxhxd)
544 x 697 x 367
544 x 697 x 367
280 x 191 x 250
Weight
16 - 18 kg
Depending on
glass assembly
16 - 18 kg
Depending on
glass assembly
3.3 kg
Supply voltage
100, 120, 230 V +/-10 %
100, 120, 230 V +/-10 %
100, 120, 230 V +/-10 %
Mains connection
3-pole (P,N,E) via power cable 3-pole (P,N,E) via power cable 3-pole (P,N,E) via power cable
Frequency
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
Power consumption
120W
120W
1400W
Installation /
overvoltage category
II
II
II
Contamination degree
2
2
2
Rotation speed range
20-280 rpm
20-280 rpm
Maximum size of flask
3 It (max. 3 kg)
3 It (max. 3 kg)
IP class
Temperature range
Display
Accuracy of measured
Temperature
Environmental temperature
3 It (max. 3 kg)
20 °C – 180° C
None
Vapour temp./rotation
Set/Actual temp.
20 °C to 100 °C
100°C to 180°C
20 °C to 100 °C
100°C to 180°C
± 1°C
± 2°C
10°C up to 35°C
10°C up to 35°C
10°C up to 35°C
Environmental conditions
for indoor use only, maximum relativ humidity 80% for temperatures up to 30°C
Maximum height
2000 m above sea level
2000 m above sea level
2000 m above sea level
Bath content
4 lt
Over-temperature protection
250° C
Pressure of the
condensing coil
max. 2 bar abs.
pulsation free
max. 2 bar abs.
pulsation free
Table 14: Technical Data
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9.2
Materials used
Component
Material / Name
Abbreviation
Quick-action jack
Aluminium cast alloy
AlMg 9
Electronics housing
Aluminium cast alloy
AlMg 9
Bottom plate
Aluminium cast alloy
AlMg 9
Bath insulation
Plastic
PBT 30 GF
Bath coating
Polytetrafluor ethylene
PFA
Bath construction
Aluminium cast alloy
AlMg 9
Bad lower part
Aluminium cast alloy
AlMg 9
Seal KD-34
Polytetrafluor ethylene
PTFE
Flange seal
Ethylene tetrafluor ethylene
ETFE
Table 15: Materials used
9.3
FCC requirements (for USA and Canada)
English:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pusuant to both Part
15 of the FCC Rules and the radio interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in
a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is like to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
Français:
Cet appareil a été testé et s'est avéré conforme aux limites prévues pour les appareils numériques de classe A et à
la partie 15 des règlementation FCC à la règlementation des radio-interférences du Canadian Department of
communications. Ces limites sont destinées à fournir une protection odéquate contre les interférences nétastes
lorsque l'appareil est utilisé dans un environnement commercial.
Cet appareil génère, utilise et peut radier une énergie à fréquence radioélectrique, il est en outre susceprible d'engendrer
des interferences avec les communications radio, s'il n'est pas installé et utilisé conformément aux instructions du
mode d'emploi. L'utilisation de cet appareil dans les zones résidentielles peut causer des interférences nèfastes,
auquel cas l'exploitant sera amené à prendre les dispositions utiles pour polier aux interférences à ses propres frais.
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9.4
Declaration of conformity
We
BÜCHI Labortechnik AG
Postfach, CH-9230 Flawil, Switzerland
Declare, solely under our responsibility, that the product:
BÜCHI Rotavapor R-200/R-205
On which this declaration is based, complies with the following standards:
EN 61010-1:1993 (~ IEC 1010-1, VDE 0411-1)
Safety specifications for electrical measurement, control and laboratory equipment: General requirements
EN 61326-1: 1997
Electrical equipment for measurement technique, control and laboratory use
-EMC requirements
EN 55011:1991/B (~ VDE 0875/B, VDE 0871/B)
Limit values and measuring methods for interference of industrial, scientific and medical high frequency instruments
EN 61000-3-2: 1995/1996
Limits for harmonic current emissions
EN 61000-3-3: 1995
Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
ICES-001 Notice for Industrial, Scientific and Medical Radio Frequency Generators:
This ISM apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Please note that this requirement is only for generators which operate at over 10,000 Hz.
In accordance with specifications of the EU Directive:
73/23/EEC (Electrical equipment/low voltage directive)
89/336/EEC (Electromagnetic compatibility)
Flawil, 16.08.2001
BÜCHI Labortechnik AG
Meierseggstrasse 40
9230 Flawil
Schweiz
Tel +41 (0)71 394 63 63
Fax +41 (0)71 394 65 65
[email protected]
www.buchi.com
Guido Worch
Qualitymanager
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