HeiVAP-Serie BAL

HeiVAP-Serie BAL
Hei-VAP Value
Hei-VAP Advantage
Operating Instructions
Translation of the original operating instructions.
The operating instructions must be read prior to the initial
start-up for your safety and ease of use! Follow safety instructions to prevent unnecessary accidents from occurring
associated with misuse of product!
Store for future use in a safe location!
This documentation is not subject to any modification service!
Table of contents
Table of contents
1
About this Document .................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Versions references ........................................................................................................................... 1
1.2
About this manual .............................................................................................................................. 1
1.2.1
1.2.2
2
Reference documents ...................................................................................................................... 1
Icons and symbols ........................................................................................................................... 2
Basic safety instructions.............................................................................................. 5
2.1
General Safety Instructions .............................................................................................................. 5
2.2
Intended use ....................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3
Improper Use ...................................................................................................................................... 5
2.4
Use in explosion-prone areas ........................................................................................................... 6
2.5
Responsibilities of the operator ....................................................................................................... 6
2.6
Responsibilities of the operating personnel ................................................................................... 6
2.7
Qualifications of Personnel............................................................................................................... 7
2.8
Safety Conscious Working ................................................................................................................ 7
2.9
Safety devices on the equipment ..................................................................................................... 7
2.10
Signs on the equipment .................................................................................................................... 8
2.11
Remaining hazards ............................................................................................................................ 8
3
Unit Description ...........................................................................................................11
4
Set-up and Start-up......................................................................................................12
4.1
Scope of delivery ............................................................................................................................. 12
4.2
Transport .......................................................................................................................................... 14
4.2.1
4.2.2
Removing the transportation safety device .................................................................................... 14
Attaching the transportation protection device before packing ...................................................... 14
4.3
Setting up the basic unit ................................................................................................................. 15
4.4
Start-up ............................................................................................................................................. 15
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
4.4.6
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
4.5.8
4.5.9
4.5.10
4.5.11
4.5.12
4.5.13
Installing the heating bath .............................................................................................................. 15
Fill the heating bath ....................................................................................................................... 16
Offsetting the heating bath ............................................................................................................. 16
Heating bath set-up when using Rotacool ..................................................................................... 16
Connect the base unit .................................................................................................................... 17
Operating the lift ............................................................................................................................ 19
Assemble glassware sets................................................................................................................ 19
Install the condenser mounting (G3-G6) ........................................................................................ 20
Install the vapor tube ..................................................................................................................... 21
Install the condenser...................................................................................................................... 23
Mount the vertical condenser (G3-G6) in the condenser bracket................................................... 25
Install the evaporator flask ............................................................................................................. 26
Setting the evaporator flask inclination .......................................................................................... 27
Setting the immersion depth of the evaporator flask ...................................................................... 28
Release the evaporator flask from the vapor tube ......................................................................... 29
Insert the inlet tube ........................................................................................................................ 30
Assemble the inlet tube ................................................................................................................. 30
Assemble the collecting flask ......................................................................................................... 31
Connect the cooling medium (except G5) ...................................................................................... 31
Connect the vacuum ...................................................................................................................... 32
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4.6
Feed the distilled material ............................................................................................................... 37
4.7
Ventilate manually ........................................................................................................................... 37
4.8
Assemble / connect accessories .................................................................................................... 38
4.9
Operating the control panel ............................................................................................................ 40
5
Switching on the base unit ..........................................................................................44
6
Operation of the Hei-VAP Value ..................................................................................45
7
6.1
Set the rotation speed ..................................................................................................................... 45
6.2
Setting the heating bath temperature............................................................................................. 46
6.3
Error messages ................................................................................................................................ 46
Operation of the Hei-VAP Advantage .........................................................................47
7.1
Setting the heating bath temperature............................................................................................. 48
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.2
Set the rotation speed ..................................................................................................................... 49
7.3
Calculating the boiling temperature (Hei-VAP Advantage) .......................................................... 50
7.4
Timing functions .............................................................................................................................. 51
7.4.1
8
9
Error messages ................................................................................................................................ 51
7.6
Upgrading ......................................................................................................................................... 51
Errors and Troubleshooting ........................................................................................52
8.1
General errors .................................................................................................................................. 52
8.2
Additional conditions ...................................................................................................................... 53
8.3
Hei-VAP Value .................................................................................................................................. 54
8.4
Hei-VAP Advantage.......................................................................................................................... 55
Maintenance, cleaning, service...................................................................................57
Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................... 57
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
Resetting the maximum temperature limiter .................................................................................. 57
Evacuate the heating bath ............................................................................................................. 58
Readjust the vacuum seal (glassware set G6)............................................................................... 58
9.2
Replacing the fuses ......................................................................................................................... 59
9.3
Cleaning ............................................................................................................................................ 60
9.4
Service .............................................................................................................................................. 60
Dismantling, storage, disposal ..............................................................................61
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
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Timer ............................................................................................................................................. 51
7.5
9.1
10
Select heating bath medium .......................................................................................................... 48
Setting the heating bath temperature............................................................................................. 49
Disassembly ..................................................................................................................................... 61
Remove the Woulff bottle .............................................................................................................. 61
Disconnecting the coolant / vacuum .............................................................................................. 62
Remove the heating bath ............................................................................................................... 62
10.2
Storage.............................................................................................................................................. 62
10.3
Disposal ............................................................................................................................................ 62
Accessories, spare parts .......................................................................................63
11.1
Glass devices ................................................................................................................................... 63
11.2
Accessories ...................................................................................................................................... 67
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Appendix .................................................................................................................68
12.1
Technical data .................................................................................................................................. 68
12.2
Technical data o the vacuum box Hei-VAP.................................................................................... 70
12.3
Solvent data...................................................................................................................................... 71
12.4
EC Declaration of Conformity ......................................................................................................... 73
12.5
Warranty Statement ......................................................................................................................... 74
12.6
Declaration of non-objection .......................................................................................................... 75
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1 About this Document
1.1
Versions references
Version
Modification
1.0
07/2009
1.2
Versions references
About this manual
These instructions use icons and notes that will help simplify the process of locating
information quickly. Read the explanations regarding these notes and icons in the following section.
Notes regarding
this manual
Please read the safety guidelines and warnings in these instructions very carefully to
ensure safe operation of the product. You will find the safety instructions in chapter 2.
Warnings may be found in the introductions throughout of the chapters and prior to instruction sections.
Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG has the copyright for images and texts.
1.2.1
Reference documents
Information for the Heidolph vacuum pumps Rotavac valve control
and Rotavac valve tec, along with the Vac control automatic controller are contained in a separate operating instruction # 01-005004-80.
Reference documents
Information regarding the Heidolph emission condensate cooler
vacuum pumps, Rotavac vario control and Rotavac vario tec are
contained in a separate operating instruction, # 01-005-004-90-0.
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1.2.2
Icons and symbols
Warnings
Warnings
The following symbols and signal words will be continuously used in this documentation.
The combination of icon and a signal word classifies the respective safety instruction.
The symbol can vary according on the type of risk.
Icon
Designation
RISK
Death
Injury + property damages
No damages
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This signal word must be used, if death or irreversible health
impairments may develop when the non-compliance of operator regarding the hazard warning.
WARNING
This signal word points to injuries and property damages,
including injury, accident and health risks.
WARNING
This signal word provides a reference to the risk of property
damages. In addition, there is a low risk of injuries.
CAUTION
This signal word may only be used, if health risks cannot
develop. It warns of malfunctions and is presented without an
icon, since the degree of the risk to operator is low.
IMPORTANT
This signal word points to operation simplifications and crossreferences. It excludes any risks of property damages or risks
of injuries and is therefore without an icon.
Table 1-1: Identification of warnings
Structure of warnings
Structure of warnings
RISK
The type and source of the risk is located here!
The potential consequences, if actions are not taken to prevent
the risk are listed here.
 The action to prevent the risk is listed here.
WARNING
Risk of injury based on disregarding the safety icons!
Risks exist here based on disregarding the warnings on the device and in the operating instructions.
 Observe warnings.
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The following specific safety icons in correspondence with BGV A8 regulations will be
used at the respective text locations of these operating instructions and require special
attention depending on the combination of the signal word and icon:
Mandatory signs
Icon
Explanation
Icon
Explanation
Observe
information
Use eye protection
Follow
additional
information
Use hand protection
Use
clothing
Use foot protection
protective
Pull the power plug
after use
Mandatory signs
Use ear protectors
Pull the power plug
prior to opening the
housing
Table 1-2: Icons and symbols
Warning signs
Icon
Explanation
Icon
Explanation
Warning of a dangerous location
Warning of a risk of entanglement
Warning of a hot
surface
Warning of dangerous
electric voltage
Warning
injuries
Warning of vacuum
of
hand
Warning of automatic start
Warning of slippery conditions
Warning of explosive materials
Warning of explosion-risk
area
Warning signs
Table 1-3: Icons and symbols
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Prohibitory signs
Prohibitory signs
Icon
Explanation
Icon
Explanation
Fire, open flame
and
smoking
prohibited
Prohibition
for
people with metal
implants
Prohibition
for
persons with a
pacemaker
extinguishing
with
water
prohibited
is
Depositing
or
storing is prohibited
Table 1-4: Icons and symbols
Other icons and symbols
Other icons and
symbols
Icon
Use
Explanation

Prerequisite
This must be met prior to following any operating instructions
Operating instructions
You must do something here
1.
2.
Operating instructions, multi-step
Operating instructions must be performed in
the listed sequence. Deviations from the
specified sequence may result in damages of
the equipment and in accidents
Actual
result
The result of a previous activity is described
when indented
Listing,
two-tiered
Something is listed here
(see chapter
2)
Cross-reference
References for images, tables, other chapters or other instructions.
Example
Switch description
Emphasizing the description of switches/buttons
Note
Important information for the understanding
of the equipment or for improved operation
sequences



Table 1-5: Icons and symbols
Images
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Item numbers in the images in the text are conveyed in parentheses. If no image number
is listed, the item number refers to the image/graphic directly above the text. If the reference is made to another image/graphic, the image number is specified accordingly, i.e.
(Fig. 4-1 (11)).
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Basic safety instructions
2 Basic safety instructions
The rotary evaporator is constructed according to current state of the art methods and
accepted safety regulations. However, risks still exist during the installation, operation
and maintenance of the product.
Basic safety instructions
 Observe safety instructions and warnings.
The basic safety instructions in this chapter are supplemented in the following chapters
of the operating instructions by concrete warnings. These warnings will precisely explain
how you must conduct yourself to protect yourself, other persons and objects from injuries or damages.
These instructions are for the following evaporator models, the Hei-VAP Value and HeiVAP Advantage rotary evaporator.
 Always keep the instructions available.
 Pass the instructions on to subsequent owners.
2.1
General Safety Instructions
The rotary evaporator may only be used

in an operational condition consistent with full functionality of equipment,

for the intended use described in section 2.2,

if the operator has the required safety protection and awareness to hazards,

if the instructions of these operating instructions are observed.
General Safety
Instructions
Malfunctions, especially those that may affect safety, must be repaired immediately!
2.2
Intended use
Hei-VAP Value and Hei-VAP Advantage are rotary evaporators for:

distillation or evaporation of solvents

purification of chemicals, substances, mixtures and preparations

processing reaction batches

drying of powder
Intended use
 If the equipment is used in corrosive atmospheres, the service life of the equipment
will decrease based on concentration, volumes, and frequency of exposures to these
corrosive materials, for example concentrated Hydrochloric Acid (HCl).
Any other or additional use is considered not to be in accordance with its designated
use.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage resulting from this action.
The operator alone carries the responsibility to comply with the intended use outlined
above. Observing these instructions and all references, especially safety instructions, as
well as the adherence to inspection and maintenance requirements (see chapter 9.1) are
a part of the designated use of Hei-VAP rotary evaporator.
2.3
Improper Use
 Applying excess pressure to the equipment is not permitted and can result in explosion of the system.
 Do not use the equipment in explosion-prone areas based on local ordinance and
compliance of general laboratory equipment. The equipment is not protected against
explosions in excessively volatile and poorly ventilated environments.
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2.4
Use in explosionprone areas
Use in explosion-prone areas
Do not use the equipment in explosion-prone areas. The equipment is not protected
against explosions. It is not equipped with Ex or ATEX protection.
2.5
Responsibilities of
the operator
Responsibilities of the operator
 Only operate the equipment in perfect condition, contact a certified Heidolph Service
representative if equipment does not meet the outlined conditions for operation.
 Verify that only qualified personnel operate the equipment with the appropriate personal protective protection.
 Verify that personnel have received safety instructions for working responsibly and
safely in the laboratory.
 Verify that the rotary evaporator is set up in a safe and suitable location.
 Verify that the basic device is only plugged to or unplugged from the heating bath if
the main switch is switched off and/or the main power supply is disconnected.
Depending on the media (chemicals) used:
 Verify that the set up and the operation are only within the designated buildings with
the proper equipment for laboratories.
 Verify that the rotary evaporator is only operated in conjunction with a ventilation
system (refer to DIN EN 14175 and DIN 12924).
Ventilation system:
2.6
Responsibilities of
the operating personnel

at least 10 times the air exchange

monitored for malfunctions
Responsibilities of the operating personnel
 Verify that the distillation material can be evaporated safely and that the distillation
residue is not explosive.
 Verify that work using an open flame is not conducted in the surroundings of the
rotary evaporator (explosion risk).
 Verify that the flow rate of < 1 m/s is guaranteed when suctioning liquids that contain
combustible materials (electrostatic charge; ignition risk).
 Verify that gases of explosion group IIC do not occur in materials or chemical reactions, such as hydrogen.
 Verify that equipment that is an emission or radiation source (electromagnetic
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waves) for the frequency range (3*10 Hz to 3*10 Hz) is not operated or attached.
 Verify that equipment that is an emission or radiation source for ionizing waves or
that is within the ultrasound range is not operated or attached.
 Verify that adiabatic compression and shock waves do not occur (shock wave ignition).
 Verify that the use of substances with the risk of an uncontrolled release of energy
associated with a rise in pressure is prohibited (exothermic reaction; self-ignition of
dust).
 Verify that the glass surfaces are wiped off by using only damp cloths.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary evaporator a (with goggles and gloves, if necessary).
 Avoid pressure on the LCD screen, it is not intended to be a touch screen interface.
 Verify that the maximum excess pressure of the coolant equals no more than 1 bar
in the condenser.
 Verify that the basic device is only plugged to or unplugged from the heating bath if
the main switch is switched off and/or the main power supply is disconnected.
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2.7
Qualifications of Personnel
The target group of the rotary evaporator is qualified personnel only. The rotary evaporator may only be used by personnel that have been trained in the proper operation by
qualified personnel determined in accordance with the internal safety regulations of the
facility in which the rotary evaporator is operated.
Qualifications of
Personnel
This user's manual and all safety instructions must be observed,
read and understood by all personnel working on the fixture (in
particular in reference to the safety instructions).
2.8
Safety Conscious Working
Heidolph Instruments is not liable for personal injuries and / or property damages caused
by an incorrect and improper usage of the rotary evaporator.
 Observe the following regulations:
2.9

Laboratory guidelines

Accident prevention regulations

Ordinance on Hazardous Substances

Other generally accepted rules of safety engineering and occupational health

Local regulations
Safety Conscious
Working
Safety devices on the equipment
Heating bath
Base unit
Glassware set
Optional

Electronic and mechanical excess temperature protection

Electronic temperature control

Clamps to secure evaporation and receiving flasks

Adjustable immersion depth of the evaporator flask

The evaporator flask may be lifted from the heating bath, if
required

Overcurrent protection on lift motors (only Hei-VAP Advantage and Hei-VAP Precision)

Thermal overtemperature protection on the drive motor

Torque restrictor

Borosilicate glass

Screw connectors on the connections

Support rod and clamp for glassware sets G3, G5 and G6

Coating (Safecoat coating for glassware set G5) of
the glassware parts

Protective hood

Protective shield
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2.10 Signs on the equipment
Signs on the
equipment
Sign
Designation
Hot surface
Risk of entanglement
Model tag
Fuse label (bottom of the device)
Table 2-1: Signs on the equipment
2.11 Remaining hazards
Remaining hazards
Obvious residual risks may still exist, despite all precautions!
Residual risks can be reduced if the safety instructions for the intended use and the
operating instructions are all observed!
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Danger of slipping!
Risk of injury.
The floor near the machine may be dirty after the operation or
during malfunctions in the machine. Water from the bath may spill
or condensation from coolant may drip on to the floor near equipment.
 Watch for contaminated areas and clean the floor, if necessary.
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WARNING
Hot surfaces!
Scalding and burns.
 Let the heating bath and glass devices cool before handling.
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Cuts.
 Work carefully.
WARNING
Malfunctions!
Risk of injury.
Malfunctions or operating conditions that may affect the safety of
operating personnel require a shutdown of the equipment by
disconnecting the power supplies.
 A proper restoration of the normal state is required.
WARNING
Unauthorized access is prohibited!
Risk of injury.
Risks exist, if unauthorized personnel enter the danger zone of
the evaporator.
 The operator has to ensure that unauthorized persons (e.g.
visitors) do not have any access to dangerous areas (service
area, protected areas).
WARNING
Risk of injury from operational noise!
Hearing impairment from the continuous sound pressure level of
the equipment may occur.
 Protect against noise-induced hearing loss with ear protection.
DANGER
Disregarding the danger, work and service area!
There are risks due to electrical and mechanical energies, as well
as specific residual risks.
Guarantee a safe distance of 800 mm around the evaporator
components.
Do not deposit or store anything within the work and service area.
Accessories, chemicals or tools must be stored so that no risks
arise for personnel.
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WARNING
Imploding glass devices!
Serious injuries from shattering glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, cracks, etc.)
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible..
 Verify that the interior and exterior pressure variance equals
no more than 2 bar.
DANGER
Potential loss of life due to dangerous electrical voltage!
Serious risk of injuries.
Residual electrical energy remains in the electrical wires, equipment and machines, when the evaporator is switched off.
 Inform operating personnel of outlets. Disconnect the sockets
from the power source to completely de-energize.
 Work on the power supply must only be performed by an
electrician. Switch off the power switch.
 Disconnect the evaporator from the power supply. Routinely
check the electrical equipment (power lines) of the evaporator
for any wear or fraying of wires.
 Replace burned or melted power lines. Routinely check all
power cables for damages within the scope of maintenance
and repair services.
Only disconnect the basic device with the heating bath if the device is de-energized. Unplug main power supply.
DANGER
Risks of injuries and mortal danger when disregarding safety
instructions and safe distances!
Risk of injury.
Risks exist when disregarding safety instructions and the safe
distance to the machine.
 Observe safety instructions and signs on the evaporator and
in these operating instructions. Adhere to the corresponding
safe distance to the equipment.
DANGER
Danger of fire and explosions!
Serious risk of fire and explosions.
A risk of fire and explosions exists in the vicinity of the evaporator.
Fire, open flame and smoking are prohibited near the equipment.
 Flammable liquids may not be stored within the danger zone
of the evaporator. A fire extinguisher must be kept near the
equipment.
 Avoid potential ignition sources, such as ignitable atmospheres or reactions or electrostatic charges.
 Avoid exothermic reactions or the spontaneous ignition of
dust.
 Avoid adiabatic compression and shock waves.
 Particular caution to reactions of explosion group IIC, in which
hydrogen can develop.
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Unit Description
3 Unit Description
Unit Description
Rotary evaporators Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage, Hei-VAP Precision serve the

distillation or evaporation of solvents (chemicals)

purification of chemicals, substances, mixtures and preparations

processing reaction batches

drying of powder
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1
2
6
3
5
4
Figure 3–1: Rotary evaporator, here a Hei-VAP Precision with glassware set G3
1
Drive unit with vapor tube and
coupling clamp
duct
4
Base unit
5
Control panel
2
Evaporator flask
6
Receiving flask
3
Heating bath
7
Condenser
The solvent to be evaporated is present in the evaporator flask (2). Depending on the
thermodynamic properties of the solvent, the solvent is evaporated by a suitably selected
combination of the heating bath temperature (3) and the vacuum. The settings are made
on the control panel (5) of the base unit (4). The drive unit (1) provides a rotation, which
reduces the risk of boiling evaporation and accelerates the evaporation process by increasing the surface area of the solvent. The solvent vapor reaches the condenser (7)
via the vapor tube, is condensed and then flows into the receiving flask (6).
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4.1
Scope of delivery
Description
Completion
Quantity
Glassware set
Hand lift truck (HL)
Standard
coated
Motor lift (ML)
Standard
coated
Hei-VAP
Value
G1 diagonal
condenser
1
560-01100-00
560-01110-00
or
Hei-VAP
Value
G3 vertical condenser
1
560-01300-00
560-01310-00
or
Hei-VAP
Value
G5 cold trap
1
560-01500-00
560-01510-00
or
Hei-VAP
Value
G6 return condenser
1
560-01600-00
560-01610-00
or
Hei-VAP
Advantage
G1 diagonal
condenser
1
561-01100-00
561-01110-00
562-01100-00
562-01110-00
or
Hei-VAP
Advantage
G3 vertical condenser
1
561-01300-00
561-01310-00
562-01300-00
562-01310-00
or
Hei-VAP
Advantage
G5 cold trap
1
561-01500-00
561-01510-00
562-01500-00
562-01510-00
or
Hei-VAP
Advantage
G6 return condenser
1
561-01600-00
561-01610-00
562-01600-00
562-01610-00
or
Hei-VAP
Precision
G1 diagonal
condenser
1
563-01100-00
563-01110-00
564-01100-00
564-01110-00
or
Hei-VAP
Precision
G3 vertical condenser
1
563-01300-00
563-01310-00
564-01300-00
564-01310-00
or
Hei-VAP
Precision
G5 cold trap
1
563-01500-00
563-01510-00
564-01500-00
564-01510-00
or
Hei-VAP
Precision
G6 return condenser
1
563-01600-00
563-01610-00
564-01600-00
564-01610-00
Description
Quantity
Order No.
Order No.
Standard
NS 24 / 40
NS 29 / 32
Glassware set G1
1
513-00100-00
513-00140-00
or
Glassware set G3
1
513-00300-00
513-00340-00
or
Glassware set G5
1
513-00500-00
513-00540-00
or
Glassware set G6
1
513-00600-00
513-00640-00
or
Glassware set G1 coated
1
513-00110-00
513-00150-00
or
Glassware set G3 coated
1
513-00310-00
513-00350-00
or
Glassware set G5 coated
1
513-00510-00
513-00550-00
or
Glassware set G6 coated
1
513-00610-00
513-00650-00
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Set-up and Start-up
Included with the equipment:
Description
Quantity
Order number
Vapor tube coupling clamp with swing
clamp
1
23-09-03-01-03
Tension spring
1
22-03-02-01-05
PTFE 26 vacuum seal
1
23-30-01-01-30
Clamping piece 26
1
23-30-01-05-31
Operating instructions
Hei-VAP Value / Hei-VAP Advantage
1
01-005-004-79
Operating instructions Hei-VAP Precision
1
01-005-004-92
Warranty / declaration of non-objection
1
01-006-002-58
Description
Quantity
Order number
Power cable (EC)
1
14-300-009-81
Power cable for the US
1
14-300-009-82
Power cable for GB
1
14-300-009-83
Power cable for Switzerland
1
14-300-009-84
Description
Quantity
Order No.
Order No.
Standard
NS 24
NS 29
Swing clamp
1
23-30-01-05-29
Description
Quantity
Order number
Upgrade kit Advantage Precision-HL
1
569-30009-00
Upgrade kit Advantage Precision-ML
1
569-40009-00
23-30-01-05-57
Table 4-1: Scope of delivery
Accessories
Table 4-2: Accessories
 Unpack the rotary evaporator and check for completeness and any potential shipping damages.
 Inform the Service Department of Heidolph Instruments in case of any damages (see chapter 9.4).
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4.2
Transportation
safety device
Transport
The motor lift units have a transportation safety device, which must be removed prior to
the initial start-up of the unit or reattached prior to the return shipment. This is very important in shipping any return or repair of motor lift unit to make sure transport lock is
assembled.
A brief description of the procedure for removing and reattaching the transportation safety device may be found in the following.
The transportation safety device consists of three M5x8 screws and a connecting plate
with holes for fixing the position.
1
2
3
4&5
Figure 4–1: Transportation safety device
1
Transportation safety device
4
Button – lift down
2
Front shell of lift
5
Button – lift up
3
Power switch
4.2.1


1.
2.
3.
All hose and cable connections to other devices, and the coolant/vacuum connection are disconnected.
Connect the unit and set the power switch (3) at on.
Remove the top screw (in the front shell of the lift (2)) and the lower screw of the
transportation safety device (1) in the switched state. Never tighten in the top position!
Remove the screws and the transportation safety device (1) and store.
Move the hoist up by using the "lift up" (5) button. Switch the unit off and on.
4.2.2

Removing the transportation safety device
Attaching the transportation protection device before packing
All hose and cable connections to other devices and the coolant/vacuum connection
are disconnected.
Connecting the unit
1.
2.
3.
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Continue pressing the lift position contact down when switching the unit on (this will
suppress the "lift to the top when power off" function).
Move the hoist down by using the "lift down" (4) button.
Please pay attention to the lift-height stop!
Hold the transport safety device as shown in Image 4-1 and fix it with the screws
M5x8 (3 pieces).
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4.
5.
6.
Switch off the unit.
Remove the plug.
Package the unit.
CAUTION
Vibrations and shocks!
Damaging the housing and the mechanical system of the equipment.
 Avoid vibrations and shocks.
 Carry the basic unit from below.
4.3
Setting up the basic unit
Chemicals may reach the atmosphere (via the pump) when handling hazardous materials and distilling solvents.
Where?
 Verify that harmful fumes or gases do not affect the operating personnel. The pump
exhaust air must be channeled to an exhaust hood or condensate condenser.
 Verify that the interior and exterior pressure variance equals no more than 2 bar.
 Verify that the emergency stop for the power supply is always easy to reach.
Avoid setting up the rotary evaporator in corrosive atmospheres.
This reduces the service life of the equipment.
CAUTION
Tilting the heating bath!
Damaging the housing and risk of injuries.
 Place the basic unit on a solid level surface with sufficient
room.
 Select a level, solid, and heat resistant surface.
4.4
Start-up
4.4.1

Installing the heating bath
Start-up
Installing the heating bath
The basic unit is located on a suitable place.
1
2
Figure 4–2: Heating bath
1
Heating bath
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Base plate
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Place the base plate (2) on the surface for the heating bath (1) into the provided rail,
so that the heating bath cannot tilt.
Place the heating bath into the rails by its feet. Be careful that the heating bath connection points to the right rear.
2.
4.4.2
Fill the heating bath
Fill the heating bath
The heating bath can be filled with various heat transfer fluids.
When using de-ionized or distilled water:
 Offset water with 0.2 % borax (Na2B4O7 *10 H2O) to prevent
corrosion associated with these purified waters to the stainless steel of the heating bath.
The minimum-/maximum specifications in the heating bath refer
to the liquid level when the evaporator flask is immersed.
1.
Select a liquid suitable for your application, such as tap water, water-soluble polyethylene glycol or oil of a lower viscosity (40 cP) and flash point (observe the Safety
Data Sheet)> 260 ° C.
Immerse the evaporator flask.
Fill the heating bath with the media of choice. The level should be within the minimum and the maximum marking in the heating bath.
2.
3.
4.4.3
Offsetting the heating bath
Offsetting the heating bath
It will be necessary to expand the distance of the heating bath to the drive unit when
using large evaporator flasks or intermediate pieces between evaporator flasks and the
vapor tube, such as bump flasks or foam brake flasks.
 Shift the heating bath including the base plate by the handle on the rail and position
accordingly (Figure 4–2: Heating bath).
Location of the heating bath
 The base unit is located on a suitable surface.
Verify that sufficient space (approx. 20 cm around the evaporator) and a solid seating are available in the shifting area.
 Verify a solid seating of the heating bath base and the bath.
4.4.4
Heating bath set-up when using Rotacool
Heating bath set-up
when using Rotacool
1
2
1
16
Rotacool
2
Rotacool extension plate
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Location of the heating bath when using Rotacool
 The base unit is located on a suitable surface.
Verify that sufficient space (approx. 20 cm around the evaporator) and a solid seating are available in the shifting area and
the Rotacool.
 Verify a solid seating of the heating bath base and the bath as
well as the Rotacool extension.
1.
2.
Place the two screws on the right side of the extension plate of the Rotacool.
Contact a local Heidolph Distributor if using a previously purchased Rotacool before
July, 2009 for proper attachments of the extension plate.
Check the extension plate (2) for proper seating.
4.4.5
Connect the base unit
Connect the base
unit
CAUTION
Supply voltage and the voltage information on model tag do not
match!
Damage due to incorrect voltage.
 Verify that the voltage specified on the model tag corresponds with the mains voltage.
Only disconnect the basic device with the heating bath if the device is de-energized. Unplug main power supply.
CAUTION
The drive unit and the heating bath may be switched on accidentally!
Injuring and burning hands.
Risk of entanglement
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the power switch for the base unit and the heating
bath is switched off by the rocker switch.
Country-specific equipment connection cable
The design of the equipment is equipped with a Euro connector
(EN 50075) for 230/240 V by default, and with a US standard plug
(NEMA Pub. No. WDI. 1961 ASA C 73.1 for a design for 120 V.
1961, page 8, 15 A 125 V).
The main power cable of the device has an integrated protective
ground connection.
Please note if the appropriate equipment connection cable for
your country was included and use it.
Equipment connection cable for:

EU

Great Britain

Switzerland

USA
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In order to operate the equipment in a country with a different
connector system, one can use approved adapters only or have a
licensed electrician replace the plug with one suitable and approved for the power supply with protective ground connection.
Connection versions
The plug sockets are located on the back of the unit.


The unit is switched off.
The heating bath is installed on the base console.
1
2
3
Figure 4–3: Connections
1
Heating bath unit plug
2
Heating bath connecting line (symbolically without a cable and connector)
3
Power supply connector
Figure 4–4: Heating bath connector
1.
2.
Plug the socket of the heating bath connecting cable (2) of the Hei-VAP base into
the appropriate connector (1).
Plug the socket (2) with the cap nut (4) of the heating bath connecting cable (7-pin)
into the heating bath:

Press the socket into the connector so that the locking stub fits into the groove.

3.
4.
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Grab the socket (2) on the knurled nut (4) and turn the knurled nut clockwise to
fix it.
Plug the power supply cable into the power supply plug on the back panel of the
base unit.
Connect the power cable to the power supply.
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4.4.6
Operating the lift
In order to be able to control the immersion depth of the evaporator flask, the height of
the drive unit must be adjusted.
Only immerse the flask so far in the heating bath, so that it does
not contact the edge or the bottom of the bath.
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Hand lift
2
1
Figure 4–5: Hand/motor lift
1
Hand lift
2
Motor lift arrow keys
Hand lift version Hei-VAP Advantage, Hei-VAP Precision
1.
2.
Hand lift
Push the hand lift (1) down and shift to the left (lower) or right (upward) while keeping the handle depressed.
Release the hand lift (1) at the desired position.
The drive unit snaps into the appropriate position when released.
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Motor lift
 The base unit is installed.
 Press the respective arrow key (up/down) (see Figure 4–5 (2) and release the
pushbutton at the desired position of the drive unit.
The drive unit remains in the proper position set by the operator.
4.5
Assemble glassware sets
Assembling the glassware sets will be described in the following. The rotary evaporators
can be equipped with various glassware sets.



Assemble glassware sets
The base unit is set up and installed.
A water or coolant connection is available (does not apply for glassware set G5).
Lift is in the top position (see chapter 4.4.6).
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WARNING
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
 Work carefully.
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
4.5.1
Install the condenser mounting
Install the condenser mounting (G3-G6)
In order to protect the glassware sets with vertical condensers from accidentally tilting,
they are supported by a condenser mounting and support rod.
1
2
3
Figure 4–6: Install the condenser mounting
1
Support rod
2
Drive unit
3
Fastening screw - support rod
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
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WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
Attach the support rod (1) to the drive unit (2) via a fastening screw (3).
4.5.2
Install the vapor tube
The evaporator flask and the vapor tube are connected with the condenser and the rotation of the evaporator flask is made possible by the drive unit.
WARNING
Install the vapor
tube
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
 Work carefully.
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
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1.
Remove the vapor tube from the packaging.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Figure 4–7: Install the vapor tube
2.
Remove the threaded clamping screw (1) on the drive unit; remove the tension
spring (2) and PTFE 26 vacuum seal (3).
1
Locking buttons
Figure 4–8: Locking button
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Continue to press the locking button (Figure 4–8 (1)).
Remove the screw coupling connection of the vapor tube (Figure 4-7 (6) from the
drive unit.
Pull out the clamping sleeve (Figure 4–7 (5).
Push the vapor tube coupling clamp (Figure 4–7 (6)) and clamping sleeve (Figure 47 (5)) with the bead first to the vapor tube (Figure 4–7 (7)). Verify that the bead audibly snaps into the groove of the vapor tube (Figure 4–7 (7)).
Push the vapor tube (Figure 4–7 (7) into the drive unit with the pre-assembled parts.
Continue to press the locking button (Figure 4–8 (1)).
Manually tighten the vapor tube coupling clamp (Figure 4–7 (6)) with the threaded
connection of the motor drive (Figure 4–7 (4)) till a tight connection is made.
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PTFE seal on the
vapor tube
1
2
Figure 4–9: Placing the PTFE 26 vacuum on the vapor tube
1
PTFE 26 vacuum seal
2
Vapor tube
Do not bend the PTFE 26 vacuum seal or scratch it with pointed
fingernails.
10. Push the PTFE 26 vacuum seal (1) onto the vapor tube (2) with the sealing lip in
front (labeling on the drive side in the direction of the drive unit).
4.5.3




Install the condenser
The threaded clamping screw is removed from the drive head.
Spring is removed from the drive head.
The vapor tube is installed on the drive.
PTFE 26 vacuum seal is installed on the vapor tube.
WARNING
Install the condenser
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
 Work carefully.
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
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WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
1
2
3
4
Figure 4–10: Assemble the glassware set (the example here is glassware set G1)
1
Condenser
3
Tension spring
2
Threaded clamping screw
4
Drive unit
1.
Version glassware sets G1 and G3:
2.

Push the threaded clamping screw (2) over the condenser flange.

Push the spring (3) over the condenser flange.

Attach the condenser (1) to the drive unit (4) with the clamping screw.
Version glassware set G5 (depending on coolant):

Push the threaded clamping screw (2) over the cold trap jacket flange.

Push the spring (3) over the cold trap jacket flange.

Screw the cold trap jacket with the threaded clamping screw to the drive unit.

Insert the o-ring in the sealing groove of the cold trap jacket.

Insert the PTFE centering ring in the cold trap jacket and insert the cold trap insert (cold finger).
The flange is suctioned compressed by the vacuum and the system is closed vacuumtight by the inserted o-ring.
3.
Version glassware set G6 (condenser for return flow distillation):
Figure 4–11: Glassware set G6
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1
Center piece
4
Gasket G6
2
Threaded connection
5
G6 intermediate part (5)
3
Tension spring
6
G6 threaded coupling
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
Push the threaded connection (2) over the condenser flange.

Push the spring (3) over the condenser flange.

Screw the G6 (6) gland on the drive head (Figure 4–10 (4)).

Insert the G6 intermediate part (5) with seal G6 (4) into the gland G6 (6).

Screw the center piece (1) with the screw (2) on gland G6 (6).

Insert the condenser in the upper cut on the center piece (1).
4.5.4
Mount the vertical condenser (G3-G6) in the condenser bracket
This step is omitted for horizontal condensers (G1).

The support rod is installed.
Condenser mounting
1
2
3
Figure 4–12: Condenser bracket (Glassware set G3 and G6)
1
Support rod
2
Condenser clamp
3
Boss head clamp
Version glassware set G3 and G6:
1.
2.
Push the boss head clamp (3) onto the support rod (1) and position with the clamping screw.
Place the condenser clamp (2) around the condenser and attach on the support rod
by using the clamping screw.

Position the support rod with Allen screws (also refer to chapter 4.5.1).
Version glassware set G5 (depending on coolant):

Completely place the cold trap bracket into the lateral hole of the boss head
clamp (2).

Lock with the clamping screw.

Place the cold trap bracket on the cold trap jacket.

Position the cold trap jacket with the tension band on the cold trap bracket.

Position the support rod (1) with an Allen screw (also refer to chapter 4.5.1).
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4.5.5
Install the evaporator flask
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
 Work carefully.
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
Install the evaporator flask
 Install the evaporator flask with a permanent flask clamp on the vapor tube.
1
2
Figure 4–13: Flask clamp (swing clamp)
1
Jacknut
2
Swing clamp
The correct seating of the swing clamp on the flange of the evaporator flask must be observed!
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4.5.6
Setting the evaporator flask inclination
The inclination of the evaporator flask can be set by turning the drive unit.
CAUTION
Setting the evaporator flask inclination
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
 Work carefully.
1
Evaporator flask
inclination and
immersion depth
Figure 4–14: Evaporator flask inclination / immersion depth
1.
2.
3.
4.
Grasp the condenser with the left hand.
Unlock the locking device (1) at the lift column toward the right by applying pressure
with your right hand.
Set the evaporator flask inclination by carefully swinging the condenser.
Position the locking device by releasing and snapping it in.
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4.5.7
Setting the immersion depth of the evaporator flask
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
In order to always guarantee the same immersion depth of the
evaporator flask, we recommend locking the immersion depth.
2
1

Height stop (1) in the top position.
1.
Version without a protective cover:

Open the locking lever of the height stop (2) on the right of the lift column.
Manually push the height stop (1) down.
2.
 Move the lift down until the desired immersion depth is reached.
Close the locking lever on the right of the lift column.
3.
 The immersion depth of the evaporator flask is locked.
Version with a protective cover:
4.
5.

Move the lift down until the desired immersion depth is reached.

Hold the protective cover with your hand.
 Open the locking lever on the right of the lift column.
Feed the protective cover with your hand.
Close the locking lever on the right of the lift column.
The immersion depth of the evaporator flask is locked.
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4.5.8
Release the evaporator flask from the vapor tube
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
 Work carefully.
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
WARNING
Hot media!
Burns.
 Do not touch the interior and the upper edge of the heating
bath, the evaporator flask and the heating bath liquid.
 Wear suitable heat protection gloves when changing the
evaporator flask.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Switch off the rotation.
Move the evaporator flask up from the bath (see chapter 4.4.6).
Let the evaporator flask cool (Figure 4-13 (1)).
Release the vapor tube coupling clamp flask ejector nut.
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Serious injuries from shattering and breaking glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Work carefully.
5.
6.
7.
Release the flask from the vapor tube (Figure 4–6 (7)) by turning the vapor tube
coupling clamp flask ejector nut counter-clockwise by supporting the flask.
Hold the evaporator flask and release the flask clamp.
Carefully remove the flask.
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4.5.9
Insert the inlet tube
Insert the inlet tube
The inlet tube consists of:

Stopcock (Stopper)

PTFE tube

Drain-off plate
3
Figure 4–15: Insert the inlet tube
1
PTFE tube
3
Stopcock
1.
2.
3.
2
Drain-off plate
Shorten the PTFE tube (1) to the desired length.
Grease the stopcock (3) (optional) for ideal vacuum.
Position the drain-off plate (2) so that the condensed liquid cannot return to the
evaporator flask via the PTFE tube (1).
Insert the inlet tube
4.
4.5.10
Assemble the inlet tube
Assemble the inlet
tube
Figure4–16: Assemble the inlet tube
1.
2.
1
Inlet valve connection
3
Cap
2
Seal
4
Inlet tube
Guide the inlet tube (4) through the cap (3) and seal (2) assembled on the inlet valve
connection (1).
Turn the cap (3) to the right on the inlet valve connection (1).
The inlet tube (4) is assembled on the inlet valve connection (1).
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4.5.11
1.
2.
Assemble the collecting flask
Hold the receiving flask with the ball-socket clamp KS 35 (1) to the condenser.
Secure with a knurled head screw (2).
The socket joint of the receiving flask is attached to the ball joint of the condenser via
pinch clamp KS 35.
4.5.12
Connect the cooling medium (except G5)
 Use a suitable tube with an inner diameter of 7-8 mm (i.e. hose set (see accessories
11.2))
Connect the cooling medium
Figure 4–17: Connect the coolant
1.
2.
1
Tube (coolant inlet)
2
Connectors (GL hose barb)
3
Return (GL hose barb)
Push the tube (coolant supply) (1) onto the hose barb of the inlet connector. Proceed accordingly with the return hose barb (3) of the coolant.
Secure with hose clamps.
Feed and return of the coolant are connected by screwing caps onto glass threads.
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4.5.13
Woulff flask with
vacuum valve
Connect the vacuum
The Woulff flask is connected to the vacuum valve (except in the Hei-VAP Precision with
Rotavac vario control or with Rotavac vario tec).
WARNING
Imploding glass devices!
Serious injuries from shattering glass.
 Check glass devices for damages (stars, breaks, etc.).
 Only use perfect glass devices and replace all damaged
glassware as soon as possible.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Figure 4–18: Connect the Woulff flask with vacuum valve
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1
Ferrule for the vacuum valve
5
Ferrule for the bottle
2
Cap nut
6
Mounting brackets
3
PTFE tube section
7
Screws
4
Threaded fitting cap
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1.
Unscrew the threaded fitting (4) from the Woulff bottle, remove the hose clamp ring
(5).
Place the enclosed PTFE tube section (3) in the cap nut (2) and tighten the cap nut
(2).
Push the threaded connection (4) on the PTFE tube section (3), also push on the
ferrule compression fitting (5).
Connect the Woulff bottle with the ferrule compression fitting (1).
The vacuum valve and Woulff bottle are connected.
Attach the connected Woulff bottle and the vacuum valve with the mounting brackets (6) and two screws (7) to the base unit.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.


Suitable vacuum source is available.
Suitable vacuum tube (7-8 mm) is available.
Connection
Vacuum to the
glassware set
Figure 4–19: Vacuum connection
1.
1
Threaded fitting cap
2
Connector (GL hose barb)
3
Vacuum tube
Connect the vacuum hose (3) to the hose barb connector (2) to the threaded fitting
cap (1).
Hose connection of individual vacuum systems, refer to the following pages.
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Vac control automatic
10
4
9
1
5
2
3
Rotavac
* valve control
* valve tec
Figure 4–20: Hei-VAP Advantage with Rotavac valve control and Vac control automatic
1
Condenser
2
8
Y-piece
9
Vacuum tube
3
Vacuum valve
10
Vac control automatic
4
Condensate cooler (optional)
11
5
Vacuum valve cable
12
6
13
7
Vac control automatic
10
4
1
9
5
3
2
Rotavac
* valve control
* valve tec
Figure 4–21: Hei-VAP Advantage with Rotavac valve control and Vac control automatic
and with Woulff bottle
1
Condenser
2
Woulff bottle
9
Vacuum tube
3
Vacuum valve
10
Vac control automatic
4
Condensate cooler (optional)
11
5
Vacuum valve cable
12
6
8
13
7
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12
5
6
11
7
10
Vacuum box
13
8
4
9
1
3
2
Rotavac
* valve control
* valve tec
Figure 4–22: Hei-VAP Precision with Rotavac valve control and vacuum box
1
Condenser
8
Ventilation / inert gas
2
Y-piece
9
Vacuum tube
3
Vacuum valve
10
Vacuum valve cable connection
4
Condensate cooler (optional)
11
USB PC connection
5
Vacuum valve cable
12
Bluetooth module
6
Switch box connection
13
Data cable
7
Hei-VAP connection
5
6
12
11
7
10
Vacuum box
13
1
4
8
9
3
2
Rotavac
* valve control
* valve tec
Figure 4–23: Hei-VAP Precision with Rotavac valve control and vacuum box and with
Woulff bottle
1
Condenser
8
Ventilation / inert gas
2
3
Woulff bottle
9
Vacuum tube
Vacuum valve
10
Vacuum valve cable connection
4
Condensate cooler (optional)
11
USB PC connection
5
Vacuum valve cable
12
Bluetooth module
6
Switch box connection
13
Data cable
7
Hei-VAP connection
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6
12
11
7
10
Vacuum box
13
5
8
1
9
4
2
Rotavac
* vario control
* vario tec
Figure 4–24: Hei-VAP Precision with Rotavac vario tec and vacuum box
1
Condenser
7
Hei-VAP connection
2
Y-piece
Emission condensate cooler
(optional)
Control cable
Rotavac vario control /
Rotavac vario tec
Switch box connection
8
Ventilation / inert gas
9
Vacuum tube
10
11
12
13
Vacuum pump connection
USB PC connection
Bluetooth module
Data cable
4
5
6
12
11
10
6
7
Vacuum box
13
5
8
1
9
4
Rotavac
* vario control
* vario tec
2
Figure 4–25: Hei-VAP Precision with Rotavac vario tec and vacuum box with Woulff
bottle
1
Condenser
7
Hei-VAP connection
2
Woulff bottle
Emission condensate cooler
(optional)
8
Ventilation / inert gas
9
Vacuum tube
Control cable
Rotavac vario control /
Rotavac vario tec
Switch box connection
10
11
12
13
Vacuum pump connection
USB PC connection
Bluetooth module
Data cable
4
5
6
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4.6
Feed the distilled material
Additional distillation material can be supplied during the distillation under vacuum via
the inlet tube and the inlet pipe.
Inlet tube
Figure 4–26: Inlet tube
1
1.
2.
Inlet tube
2
Stopcock
Place the inlet tube (1) in the additional distillation material.
Turn the stopcock (2) parallel to the inlet tube (1).
The additional distillation material is suctioned into the evaporation flask while system is
under vacuum.
4.7
Ventilate manually
The system can be ventilated with the valve stopcock (Figure 4–26 (2) of the inlet pipe.
 Slowly turn the stopcock (Figure 4–26 (2)) of the inlet tube upward.
The system will be ventilated.
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4.8
Assemble / connect accessories
Protective hood
6
4
5
3
2
1
Figure 4–27: Assemble the protective cover
1
Height stop
4
Lock screw
2
Allen screws
5
Protective hood
3
Support cover
6
Height stop lock
1.
Screw the support cover (3) to the height stop (1) by using the two enclosed Allen
screws (2).
Release the clamping screw (4) and align the cover (5) over the heating bath by
shifting horizontally.
Tighten the clamping screw.
2.
3.
The cover is assembled. The cover can be opened by the handle.
Protective shield
1
2
3
Figure4–28: Assemble the protective shield
1.
2.
3.
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1
Protective shield
2
Heating bath
3
Eccentric screw
Move the lift upward.
Attach the protective shield (1) on the edge of the heating bath (2) and position so
that the (possibly available) cover can be easily opened.
Turn the eccentric screw (3) by 180° and use it to attach the protective shield on the
heating bath.
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When using the cover and the protective shield, take care that the
two parts do not jam.
Vapor temperature
sensor ( Hei-VAP
Advantage, HeiVAP Precision)
2
1
Figure 4–29: Vapor temperature sensor
1
2
Plug
Seal
The vapor temperature sensor cannot be used when using the
temperature sensor Autoaccurate sensor.
1.
2.
Unscrew the threaded fitting on the condenser.
Insert the vapor temperature sensor into the condenser so that the white PTFE side
of the seal (2) points to the glass thread.
Screw the vapor temperature sensor together with the threaded fitting.
Connect the plug (1) in the socket on the tower to the left of the unit (see chapter 5).
3.
4.
Temperature sensor
Autoaccurate sensor
3
1
2
Figure4–30: Temperature sensor Autoaccurate sensor
1
Threaded fitting cap
2
Plug
3
PTFE side of the sealing tube
Only in conjunction with glassware sets G3 and G6.
Set the depth at which the temperature sensor Auto accurate sensor
projects into the condenser so that the lower edge of the sensor is
located at 2/3 of the condenser's height.
1.
2.
3.
Unscrew the threaded fitting on the vacuum port.
Insert the Autoaccurate sensor into the vacuum port so that the white PTFE side (3) of
the seal points to the glass thread.
The depth of the Autoaccurate sensor is set on the condenser by adjusting the
Autoaccurate sensor.
4.
Screw together the Autoaccurate sensor with the threaded fitting (1).
5.
Connect the plug (2) in the socket on the tower to the left of the unit (see chapter 5).
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Control panel
4.9
Operating the control panel
Figure 4–31: Control panel (for Hei-VAP Precision)
The control panel can be removed from the base unit.
The 1.3 m connecting cable between the control panel and the
base unit can be adjusted to the optimal length by a cable run and
reel.
The control panel can therefore be placed on a shelf and offers a
slight inclination for a view from above.
The control panel can be attached to a wall by pre-fabricated
holes or by an enclosed Velcro-connection.
Remove the control
panel
1.
Grasp the control panel on the left and pull it forward from the base unit.
Avoid pressure on the LCD screen.
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2.
3.
The cable reel is surrounded by a shell.
Pull the control panel apart, so that the cable reel can be seen.
The cable reel is surrounded by a shell.
4.
5.
Reel in the cable to the desired length by wrapping the cable around the reel.
Press the shell to the control panel.
1.
Pull the control panel apart, so that the cable reel can be seen.
2.
3.
Reel in the cable to the desired length by wrapping the cable around the reel.
Press the shell to the control panel.
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The shell can be turned by 180° as desired, in order to adjust the surface and view
to the control panel.
4.
Place the control panel on the prefabricated guide rails that snap in and attach on
the wall or deposit it on a stable surface.
1.
Attach the control panel back to the basic device.
Attaching the control panel to a fixture
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with vacuum box
9
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
Figure 4–32: Vacuum box (for Hei-VAP Precision)
1.
2.
3.
4.
1
USB PC connection
2
Vacuum pump/Vacuum valve connection
3
Suction side of vacuum
4
Connecting line outlet to the heating bath
5
Vacuum box connection
6
Ventilation / inert gas
7
Hei-VAP connection
8
Switch box connection
9
Bluetooth module
Place the vacuum box on the guiderails behind the heating bath. The vacuum box
brackets must be located above the holes.
Place the enclosed screws (2 pieces) in the holes with thread through the bracket of
the vacuum box.
Tighten the fastening screw.
Insert the necessary or applicable connections (2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8) into the Vacuum box.
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Switching on the base unit
5 Switching on the base unit
1.
2.
Switch on the base unit by pressing the toggle switch of the power switch.
The power switch of the base unit must be in the "1" position.
2
1
Figure 5–1: Base unit
1
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Power switch
2
Temperature sensor connector
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6 Operation of the Hei-VAP Value
The basic steps of operating the rotary evaporator Hei-VAP Value will be explained in
this chapter.
6.1
Set the rotation speed
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.

The control dial for rotation is turned to the counterclockwise or left position to ensure it is turned off.
The unit is switched on.

The Distillation rate (dT) can be increased by increasing the
speed of rotation.
Control panel
1
5
4
4
2
3
Figure 6–1: Control panel Hei-VAP Value
1.
2.
1
Heater indicator light
2
Heating bath on/off
3
Control knob for the rated heating bath temperature
4
Control knob rotation
5
Unit on indicator light
Switch on the base unit by pressing the toggle switch of the power switch.
The power switch of the base unit must be in the "1" position. The unit on indicator
light (5) is illuminated.
Set the control knob rotation (4) to the desired speed.
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6.2



Setting the heating bath temperature
The control dial for the heating bath is turned to the counterclockwise or left position
to ensure it is turned off.
The heating bath is filled with a heat transfer liquid.
The rotary evaporator is now operational and switched on at the power switch.
WARNING
Hot surfaces during the operation of the heating bath!
Burns.
 Do not touch the interior and the upper edge of the heating
bath, the evaporator flask and the heating bath liquid.
 Wear suitable heat protection gloves when changing the
evaporator flask.
CAUTION
Overheated heating bath!
Property damage and visual changes of the heating bath.
 Never operate the heating bath without liquid.
The heating bath has a dry run protection. This must be reset
manually after being triggered (see Errors and Troubleshooting).
In order to achieve a high Distillation rate (dT), the temperature
difference between the heating bath and the steam temperature
must equal at least 20 K.
General: Doubling the temperature difference results in doubling
the Distillation rate (dT).
For rated temperatures above 100 °C, only suitable oil or polyethylene glycol (order No.: 515-31000-00; 5L; max. temp.: 240 °C)
may be used as heat transfer medium (observe safety data
sheets, see chapter 4.4.2).
Heating bath
1.
2.
Switch on the heating bath by pressing the heating bath (Figure 6–1 (2) pushbutton
on the control panel.
Set the required temperature with the heating bath (Figure 6–1 (3) control knob
according to scale on the panel.
The control light of the heating bath (Figure 6–1 (1) shows that the heating bath is in
the heating phase. It must be illuminated in green to show active heating of bath.
6.3
Error messages
The error messages in this unit's flashing codes are only displayed in the event of a
malfunction. The flashing codes and their troubleshooting are explained in chapter 8,
"Errors and Troubleshooting“.
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7 Operation of the Hei-VAP Advantage
The basic steps of operating the rotary evaporator Hei-VAP Advantage will be explained
in this chapter.
The parameters for the distillation are set and monitored via the digital control panel.
The set parameters are stored in the operating panel. The last used parameters will
appear after a restart or an extended break.
The starting screen is always the actual value display. The current actual values are
displayed in large numbers.
Turning the Hei-GUIDE knob will allow you to change between individual entries. The
particular selected entry is thereby illustrated and highlighted in a selection window. The
selection window shifts when turning the Hei-GUIDE clockwise ("heating bath medium">"bath temp (heating bath)“ -> "rotation (rotation)“ -> "timer“ (timer)).
The selected entry will be called up or engaged when pressing the Hei-GUIDE. The
desired value can be set when turning the Hei-GUIDE.
Several functions are controlled by the Hei-GUIDE and allows for toggling between the
different parameters.
Control panel
1
14
2
3
13
12
4
5
6
11
7
10
8
9
Figure 7–1: Control panel Hei-VAP Advantage (with motor lift)
1
Display
8
Rotation start/stop
2
3
Boiling temperature [°C]
9
Hei-GUIDE
Timer icon
10
Lift down
4
Heating bath temperature [°C]
11
Lift up
5
Heating icon
12
Error code
6
Heating bath medium
13
Rotation speed [rpm]
7
Heating bath on/off
14
Timer [min]
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7.1

Setting the heating bath temperature
The heating bath is filled with heat transfer liquid.
WARNING
Hot surfaces during the operation of the heating bath!
Burns.
 Do not touch the interior and the upper edge of the heating
bath, the evaporator flask and the heating bath liquid.
 Wear suitable heat protection gloves when changing the
evaporator flask.
CAUTION
Overheated heating bath!
Property damage and visual changes of the heating bath.
 Never operate the heating bath without liquid.
The heating bath has a dry run protection. This must be reset
manually after being triggered (see Errors and Troubleshooting).
The unit has a power backup system. The heating bath is
switched off when the power returns.
The unit maintains the last settings. The rated temperature of the
heating bath is displayed when the power is on.
The remaining residual time is stored by the timer. The timer is
triggered again after the power returns.
In order to achieve a high Distillation rate (dt), the temperature
difference between the heating bath and the vapor temperature
must equal at least 20 K.
General: Doubling the temperature difference results in doubling
the Distillation rate (dT).
For rated temperatures above 100 °C, only suitable oil or polyethylene glycol (order No.: 515-31000-00; 5L; max. temp.: 240 °C)
may be used as heat transfer medium (observe safety data
sheets, see chapter 4.4.2).
Heating bath medium
7.1.1
1.
Select heating bath medium
Switch on the base unit by pressing the power switch (Figure 5–1 (1)).
The toggle switch of the base unit must be in the "1" position.
2.
3.
4.
Activate the heating bath medium (OIL or H2O) (6) with the support of the selection
window by using the rotary pushbutton Hei-GUIDE (9).
The selection window flashes when pressing the rotary pushbutton Hei-GUIDE (9).
Pressing the Hei-GUIDE (9) again takes over the selected heating bath liquid. The
selection window jumps to "bath temp" and flashes.
The target temperature is displayed when switching the unit on again. The selection
window is on the last selected medium. Confirming the medium and confirming the
target temperature twice will take over the last settings.
The target value is set at 20 °C after a previous change of the heating bath medium
from "OIL“ to "H2O“, if a target value of more than 100 °C was set.
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The last set medium will be taken over after 10 seconds of inactivity of the HeiGUIDE. The window then jumps to “rotation” at rotation "off".
7.1.2
Setting the heating bath temperature
 Select the heating bath medium via the control panel.
1.
2.
Activate the heating bath temperature display with the aid of the selection window by
using the rotary pushbutton controller Hei-GUIDE (9).
The selection window flashes when pressing the rotary pushbutton controller HeiGUIDE (9). The current target temperature will be displayed. This value can be
changed.
Heating bath temperature
Display values: 20 °C to +210 °C in single °C steps
3.
Turn the rotary pushbutton controller Hei-GUIDE (9) to set the display value to the
desired target temperature.
If the target temperature is exceeded past 100 °C, the selection window will be displayed and a frame around the OIL (6) display will flash.
Pressing the button again confirms that a suitable medium (OIL) is available in the
heating bath.
The temperature display flashes and can be set to the desired temperature.
4.
Pressing the Hei-GUIDE (9) again takes over the reset value and the selection window is permanently illuminated.
The actual temperature is displayed after confirmation.
The evaporator responds immediately, if the heating bath is switched on.
If the target temperature of more than 100 °C is changed to less than 100 °C, the
display OIL (6) remains until the next activation.
The frame is faded out after 10 seconds of inactivity of the Hei-GUIDE.
5.
Switch on the heating bath by pressing the pushbutton heating bath on/off (7).
The heating bath indicator light indicates that the heating bath is switched on. It
must be illuminated in green.
The heating icon (5) next to the "bath temp" display is illuminated, if the heating bath
is in the heating phase.
7.2
Set the rotation speed
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
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

The unit is switched on.
The rotary evaporator is operational and switched on at the power switch.
The rotation remains in the connecting solution between the control panel and the evaporator.
The Distillation rate (dT) can be increased by increasing the
speed.
The set target value is automatically assumed after 10 s.
Rotation speed
1.
2.
3.
Activate the rotation display with the aid of the selection window by using the rotary
pushbutton controller Hei-GUIDE (9).
Pressing the rotary pushbutton Hei-GUIDE (9) makes it possible to change the
value. The selection window flashes.
Turn the rotary pushbutton knob Hei-GUIDE (9) to set the display value to the desired target speed.
The evaporator responds immediately, if the rotation has been switched on via the
Rotation start (8) pushbutton.
If timing has not been set, the time will be counted upward after pressing the Rotation start (8) pushbutton. An arrow "up" will be inserted under the min display.
4.
Switch on the rotation by pressing the Rotation start (8) pushbutton. The speed
display shows the actual value.
If the rotation has not started after 10 seconds of inactivity of the
Hei-GUIDE, the frame jumps to the Rotation parameter, the
target value and the frame will be displayed until the rotation is
started by the rotation pushbutton "start/stop“.
The selection window is activated by the rotation speed at rotation
"off" and the target value of the rotation, the target value for "timer" (if selected) and the actual values for "bath temp" and "vapor
temp" will be displayed.
A selection window will not be displayed at rotation "on", but only
the current values.
7.3


Calculating the boiling temperature (Hei-VAP Advantage)
The unit is switched off.
The vapor temperature sensor (optional) is connected to the temperature sensor
socket (Figure 5–1 (2))
 Switch the unit on.
Boiling temperature
50
The vapor temperature appears on the screen of the rotary evaporator "vapor temp", if
the vapor temperature sensor is connected.
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7.4
Timing functions
7.4.1
Timer
The timer function stops the distillation after a set period.
A set timer is displayed by inserting an arrow "down" below the
min. display.
If a timer is not set, the timer is always counted upward. The
arrow "up" is inserted.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Activate the timing display with the aid of the selection window by using the rotary
pushbutton controller Hei-GUIDE (9).
The selection window flashes when pressing the rotary pushbutton Hei-GUIDE (9).
The value can therefore be adjusted. A time between 1 and 999 minutes can be selected by turning the Hei-GUIDE (9).
Turn the rotary pushbutton controller Hei-GUIDE (9) to set the display value to the
desired timing value.
Pressing the Hei-GUIDE (9) again takes over the selected new value. The evaporator responds immediately and the time is counted backward.
An arrow "down" (3) will be inserted under the minute display.
Timer
The time is running backwards at the start of the rotation with the Rotation start (8)
pushbutton. The distillation is interrupted after completing the set time.



the timer display shows "000" with a flashing frame
Motor lift version:

The rotation is switched off.

The lift is raised (only Hei-VAP Advantage, Hei-VAP Precision).

The heating bath is switched off.
Hand lift version

The rotation changes to 20 rpm till manual intervention by the user.

The heating bath is switched off.
The screen is reset to value "---" when activating the Hei-GUIDE
(turning or pressing), the frame flashes, and the value can be
change or confirmed.
If value "---" is confirmed by pressing the Hei-GUIDE, the timer
will count the run time upward after the start of the rotation. The
up arrow will be illuminated. This value and the frame will flash
when reaching the maximum value of "999". The process will
continue.
The value is set at zero and the "timer" will again count upward
when activating the Hei-GUIDE (turning or pressing), if the process has not been stopped.
7.5
Error messages
Error messages are only displayed in the event of an error. The error codes 1 to 6 and
their troubleshooting are explained in chapter 8, "Errors and Troubleshooting“.
7.6
Upgrading
An upgrade from the evaporator model Hei-VAP Advantage to
evaporator model Hei-VAP Precision is possible by changing the
control panel and adding a vacuum box.
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Errors and Troubleshooting
8 Errors and Troubleshooting
8.1
General errors
Error / message
Cause
Remedy
Unit cannot be switched on
Main plug not connected to the main power supply
 Connect the main plug
with the power supply
Fuses defective or blown fuse
 Replace fuses
(see chapter 9.2)
No heating function
Master switch is deactivated
 Activate main switch
Fuses defective or blown fuse
 Replace fuses
(see chapter 9.2)
Master switch is defective
 Contact service
The connecting cable of the heating bath is
not connected.
 Connect the connecting
cable of the heating bath
The heater of the heating bath is defective
 Contact service
The maximum temperature limiter responded
Drive unit is not rotating
 If the medium was in the
heating bath: Let the
heating bath cool and reset the maximum temperature limiter
 If the medium was not in
the heating bath: Contact
service
Master switch is defective
 Contact service
Speed controller is on the left stop
(Hei-VAP value)
 Turn the speed controller
to the right
Drive unit is defective
 Contact service
Fuses defective or blown fuse
 Replace fuses
(see chapter 9.2)
Motor lift is not functioning
Master switch is deactivated
 Activate main switch
Master switch is defective
 Contact service
Fuses defective or blown fuse
 Replace fuses
(see chapter 9.2)
Lift is at end stop
 Activate other arrow key
Mechanical system / motor is defective
 Contact service
Height stop is not set accurately
 Perform height adjustment
(see chapter 4.5.7)
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Error / message
Cause
Remedy
No evacuation
Power switch Rotavac vario control or
Rotavac vario tec is not activated.
 Activate the power switch
Vacuum valve is defective.
Fuses defective or blown fuse
Insufficient vacuum
System leaks
Vacuum pump is defective
Unit suddenly switches off
(Hei-VAP Precision and
Hei-VAP Advantage)
Timer is programmed
Fuses defective or blown fuse
 Replace fuses
(see chapter 9.2)
 Check seals, tubing and
connections
 Check stopcocks, grease
if necessary
 Observe manufacturer's
instructions of the vacuum pump
 Check and switch off the
timer, if necessary
(see chapter 7.4.1)
 Replace fuses
(see chapter 9.2)
Table 8-1: Troubleshooting table
8.2
Additional conditions
Additional conditions
Reaction
Vapor sensor is defective

The actual value curve is displayed “---“ instead of the vapor temperature.

The vapor temperature is not displayed in the actual value display
The vapor sensor is not connected
Heater can only be activated at
>0 °C (observe acetone, dry
ice)
Table 8-2: Additional conditions
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
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EN
Errors and Troubleshooting
8.3
Hei-VAP Value
Error / message
(flashing code)
**
***
****
*****
Cause
Remedy

No data received at all for 3 seconds
 Cable connection between the control
panel and the base unit was disconnected. An error occurred in the data
bus.
 Restore the cable connection between the control panel and the base
unit. Switch the power
switch off and on again.
 Contact service

Heater is defective, i.e. the overheating protection was triggered.
 If the medium was in the
heating bath: Let the
heating bath cool and reset the maximum temperature limiter
 If the medium was not in
the heating bath: Contact
service

HB safety temperature (+5 K) is
exceeded
 Contact service

Heating bath is completely evaporated.
 Deactivate the unit
 Check if the maximum
temperature limiter has
responded. If yes, reset
(see chapter 9.1.1)
 Fill in heat transfer fluid

Heating bath sensor variance
> 10 K
 Contact service

Sensor monitoring via hardware
HB sensor broken or short circuited
 Contact service

The temperature sensor for monitoring the heating bath control is
broken or the temperature of the
medium in the heating bath is
> 217 °C.
 Cool down the heating
bath medium
 Contact service

The temperature sensor for the
heating bath control is short circuited or the temperature is below
0 °C
 Contact service

Potentiometer temp. is defective
(value)
 Contact service

Potentiometer speed is defective
(value)
 Contact service

Motor is not rotating:

Motor overload shutdown
 Deactivate the unit
 Stop drive unit for cooling
down
 Contact service
Table 8-3: Troubleshooting table - Hei-VAP Value
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Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
Errors and Troubleshooting
8.4
Hei-VAP Advantage
Error / message
(error label)
Cause
Remedy
1
The transportation protection device is still
activated.
 Please raise the lift and
briefly switch the unit off
and then on again.
(only motor lift version)

No data received at all for 3 seconds
 Cable connection between the control
panel and the base unit was disconnected. An error occurred in the data
bus.
3
5
 Restore the cable connection between the control panel and the base
unit. Switch the power
switch off and on again.
 Contact service

Heater is defective, i.e. the overheating protection was triggered.
 If the medium was in the
heating bath: Let the
heating bath cool and reset the maximum temperature limiter
 If the medium was not in
the heating bath: Contact
service

Heating bath safety temperature
(+5 K) is exceeded
 Contact service

Heating bath is completely evaporated.
 Deactivate the unit
 Check if the maximum
temperature limiter has
responded. If yes, reset
(see chapter 9.1.1)
 Fill in heat transfer fluid

Heating bath sensor variance
> 10 K
 Contact service

Sensor monitoring via hardware
HB sensor broken or short circuited
 Contact service

The temperature sensor for monitoring the heating bath control is
broken or the temperature of the
medium in the heating bath is
> 217 °C.
 Cool down the heating
bath medium
 Contact service

The temperature sensor for the
heating bath control is short circuited or the temperature is below
0 °C
 Contact service

Motor is not rotating:

Motor overload shutdown
 Deactivate the unit
 Stop drive unit for cooling
down
 Contact service
Table8-4: Troubleshooting table - Hei-VAP Advantage
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
55
EN
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Errors and Troubleshooting
The rotary evaporator is checked after "power on" in an initialization phase for connected components. The function scope of the rotary evaporator is based on the connected units.
Missing component
Description and response
of the evaporator
Temperature sensor
The temperature sensor for calculating the
boiling temperature is not connected:
T boiling

Remedy
 Connect component
 Reset via power off/on
The vapor temperature is not displayed
Table 8-5: Missing components
56
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
Maintenance, cleaning, service
9 Maintenance, cleaning, service
9.1
Maintenance
 Only use genuine parts approved by the manufacturer!
Maintenance
The vapor tube and PTFE 26 vacuum seal must be routinely serviced.
1.
2.
Remove and clean the vapor tube and the PTFE 26 vacuum seal (see chapter
4.5.2).
Check the PTFE 26 vacuum seal for damages and wear, replace if necessary.
9.1.1
Resetting the maximum temperature limiter
In the event that the temperature controller malfunctions and the heating bath temperature exceeds the maximum temperature of 250 °C, the maximum temperature limiter will
switch off the heating bath.

Maximum temperature limiter
The heating bath is cooled and disconnect from power-supply. Power-switch off.
WARNING
Hot surfaces!
Burns.
 Cool the heating bath.
WARNING
1.
Verify that the basic device is only plugged to or unplugged from
the heating bath if the main switch is switched off and/or the main
power supply is disconnected.
Remove the heating bath liquid from the heating bath.
Maximum temperature limiter
1
Figure 9–1: Maximum temperature limiter
2.
Press the maximum temperature limiter (1), possibly with a pointed object.
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
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EN
Maintenance, cleaning, service
9.1.2
Evacuate the heating bath
WARNING
Evacuating the
heating bath
Verify that the basic device is only plugged to or unplugged from
the heating bath if the main switch is switched off and/or the main
power supply is disconnected.
1.
2.
The heating bath is cooled and disconnect from power-supply. Power-switch off.
Take the heating bath from off the device.
3.
The edge of the heating bath is designed to easily evacuate the heating bath.
Evacuate the heating bath.
9.1.3
Readjust the vacuum seal (glassware set G6)
Vacuum seal
Figure 9–2: Readjust the vacuum seal - glassware set G6
1
2
Valve
Center piece G6
The seal in the valve (1) can be readjusted with a screwdriver.
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Cuts.
 Work carefully; do not readjust the adjusting screw too much.
58
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Maintenance, cleaning, service
1.
2.
9.2
Screw the valve into the G6 center piece (2) up to the stop.
Turn the adjusting screw clockwise until a white ring can be seen at the shaft of the
glass.
Replacing the fuses
The fuses are located on the bottom of the unit.
Fuse
Figure 9–3: Fuse on the bottom of the unit
CAUTION
The drive unit and the heating bath may be switched on accidentally!
Injuring and burning hands.
 Verify that the power switch for the base unit and the heating
bath is switched off via the pushbutton.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
1.
2.
3.
Disconnect the unit from the power plug.
Remove evaporating flask.
Cool the heating bath liquid and remove the heating bath from the base unit by
disconnecting the power plug.
4. Carefully tilt the unit and pour out the bath media.
5. Dry the bath and turn it over with the bottom facing upward.
6. Remove the defective fuse by using a screwdriver.
7. Insert a suitable new fuse and tighten with a screwdriver.
The fuse has been replaced. The unit can be returned to active heating operation.
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
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EN
Maintenance, cleaning, service
9.3
Cleaning
CAUTION
Damages due to corrosive cleaning agents!
Damages on the surface of the unit.
 Use only mild soap solutions. Never use chlorine bleach or
cleaning agents that are chlorine based. Never use abrasives, ammonia, cleaning rags or cleaning agents with metal
parts.
 Wipe the surfaces of the unit with a damp cloth (mild soap solution).
9.4
Service
Your unit is not working?
1.
Addresses and
telephone numbers
Please contact Heidolph Instruments or your authorized
Heidolph Instruments dealer via telephone or email.
In Germany,
Tel:
Austria and Switzerland:
0800-H E I D O L P H or
0800-4 3 4 3 6 5 7 4 (Free call)
+49 (0) 91 22 99 20 69
2.
Fax:
+49 (0) 91 22 99 20 65
E-mail:
[email protected]
After consulting with a Heidolph service employee:

Copy and complete a declaration of non-objection from these instructions, if
necessary

Package the unit for shipping per the recommended methods of the service department and mail to the following including the declaration of non-objection:
Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
Vertrieb Labortechnik
Walpersdorfer Str. 12
91126 Schwabach / Germany
60
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
Dismantling, storage, disposal
10 Dismantling, storage, disposal
10.1 Disassembly
CAUTION
Unintentionally rotating drive!
Injuries to hands.
 Verify that the rotation is displayed.
WARNING
Risk of injuries due to retracting or entrapment!
Risk of injury.
A risk of entanglement exists on the movable parts of the unit.
 Wear suitable protective clothing for activities on the rotary
evaporator with goggles and gloves.
WARNING
Hot surfaces!
Scalding and burns.
 Let the heating bath and glass devices cool.
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Cuts.
 Work carefully.
 Dismantle the glassware sets in reverse sequence of the assembly (see chapter
4.5).
10.1.1
Remove the Woulff bottle
Woulff bottle
WARNING
Glass breakage!
Cuts.
 Work carefully.
 Remove the Woulff bottle in reverse sequence of the assembly (see chapter 4.5.13).
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
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EN
Dismantling, storage, disposal
10.1.2
Coolant /
vacuum
1.
2.
Disconnecting the coolant / vacuum
Verify that the coolant and vacuum supply is switched off and that the system is at
atmospheric pressure.
Disconnect the tubes from the condenser and drain coolant safely into a storage
container.
10.1.3
Remove the heating bath
WARNING
Hot surfaces!
Scalding and burns.
 Cool the heating bath.
Remove the heating bath
 Remove the heating bath in reverse sequence of the assembly (see chapter 4.4.1).
10.2 Storage
Evaporator
Where?
 The unit may be stored in a dry location.
How?
 Store the unit in the original packaging (only possible with the transportation protection device attached).
 Close the packaging with adhesive tape.
Glassware set
Where?
 The glassware set may be stored in a dry location.
How?
 Empty and clean the glassware set.
 Store the glassware set in the original packaging.
 Close the packaging with adhesive tape.
10.3 Disposal
Disposal
62
 Properly dispose of the unit according to the valid national and legal regulations
pertaining to disposal of used laboratory equipment.
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
Accessories, spare parts
11 Accessories, spare parts
11.1 Glass devices
9
10
11
8
1
7
6
2
5
3
4
Figure 11–1: Glassware set G1
Order description
Position
Order No.
Piece at delivery
Threaded fitting GL 18
1
23-09-03-01-24
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 29/32
2
514-74000-00
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 24/40
2
514-74000-05
(1)
Vapor tube NS 29 / 32
3
514-00000-01
1
Vapor tube NS 24 / 40
3
514-00020-03
(1)
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
4
514-84000-00
1
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20, plastic coated
4
514-84000-02
(1)
Condenser clamp S 35/20
5
515-42000-00
1
Inlet tube (PTFE-) 3.5/4.5x600
6
23-30-01-04-72
1
Threaded fitting GL10 red
7
23-30-01-04-69
1
Seal O-ring 3.2x2.5
8
23-08-06-03-26
1
Inlet pipe (stopcock)
9
514-51000-00
1
Threaded fitting GL 14
10
23-09-03-01-27
3
Connector for the threaded fitting GL 14
10
11-300-005-22
3
Condenser G1
11
514-00100-00
1
Condenser G1B, plastic coated
11
514-00110-00
(1)
Table 11-1: Glassware set G1
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
63
EN
EN
Accessories, spare parts
12/13
1
2
1
12/13
3
11
10
9
8
5
6
7
4
Figure 11–2: Glassware set G3
Order description
Position
Order No.
Piece at delivery
Threaded fitting GL 18
1
23-09-03-01-24
2
Vacuum fitting NS 29 / 32
2
514-00001-00
1
Condenser G3
3
514-00300-00
1
Condenser G3B, plastic coated
3
514-00310-00
(1)
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 29/32
4
514-74000-00
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 24/40
4
514-74000-05
(1)
Vapor tube NS 29 / 32
5
514-00000-01
1
Vapor tube NS 24 / 40
5
514-00020-03
(1)
Condenser clamp S 35/20
6
515-42000-00
1
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
7
514-84000-00
1
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20, plastic coated
7
514-84000-02
(1)
Inlet tube (PTFE-) 3.5/4.5x600
8
23-30-01-04-72
1
Threaded fitting GL10 red
9
23-30-01-04-69
1
Seal O-ring 3.2x2.5
10
23-08-06-03-26
1
Inlet pipe (stopcock)
11
514-51000-00
1
Threaded fitting GL 14
12
23-09-03-01-27
3
Connector for the threaded fitting GL 14
13
11-300-005-22
3
569-00050-00
1
Condenser mounting
Table 11-2: Glassware set G3
64
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
Accessories, spare parts
14
2
15
2
1
12
2
13
2
11
16
2
2
10
3
9
8
5
6
7
4
Figure 11–3: Glassware set G5
Order description
Position
Order No.
Piece at delivery
Insert cold trap
1
514-00501-00
1
Centering ring
2
23-30-01-04-88
1
Seal G5 (silicone)
3
23-30-01-01-88
(1)
Gasket G5
3
23-30-01-01-39
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 29/32
4
514-74000-00
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 24/40
4
514-74000-05
(1)
Vapor tube NS 29 / 32
5
514-00000-01
1
Vapor tube NS 24 / 40
5
514-00020-03
(1)
Condenser clamp S 35/20
6
515-42000-00
1
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
7
514-84000-00
1
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20, plastic coated
7
514-84000-04
(1)
Inlet tube (PTFE-) 3.5/4.5x600
8
23-30-01-04-72
1
Threaded fitting GL10 red
9
23-30-01-04-69
1
Seal O-ring 3.2x2.5
10
23-08-06-03-26
1
Inlet pipe (stopcock)
11
514-51000-00
1
Threaded fitting GL 14
12
23-09-03-01-27
2
Connector for the threaded fitting GL 14
12
11-300-005-22
2
Threaded fitting GL 18
13
23-09-03-01-24
1
Stopper NS 19 / 38 (stopcock)
14
15-003-003-24
1
Holder, complete
15
569-00051-00
1
Liner cold trap
16
514-00500-00
1
Liner cold trap, plastic coated
16
514-00510-01
(1)
Table 11-3: Glassware set G5
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
65
EN
EN
Accessories, spare parts
1
2
17
3
3
3
1
4
16
5
6
15
7
14
8
13
9
12
10
11
Figure 11–4: Glassware set G6
Order description
Position
Order No.
Piece at delivery
Threaded fitting GL 18
1
23-09-03-01-24
2
Vacuum fitting NS 29 / 32
2
514-00001-00
1
Threaded fitting GL 14
3
23-09-03-01-27
3
Connector for the threaded fitting GL 14
3
11-300-005-22
3
Valve
4
514-48000-00
1
Center piece G6
5
514-00601-00
1
Center piece G6B, plastic coated
5
514-00611-00
(1)
G6 threaded coupling
6
515-62000-00
1
Gasket G6
7
23-30-01-01-35
1
Intermediate part G6
8
22-30-01-05-02
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 29/32
9
514-74000-00
1
Evaporator flask 1,000 ml, NS 24/40
9
514-74000-05
(1)
Vapor tube NS 29 / 32
G6
10
514-00000-05
1
Vapor tube NS 24 / 40
G6
10
514-00020-06
(1)
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20
11
514-84000-00
1
Receiving flask 1000 ml, S 35/20, plastic coated
11
514-84000-02
(1)
Condenser clamp S 35/20
12
515-42000-00
1
Inlet tube (PTFE-) 3.5/4.5x600
13
23-30-01-04-72
1
Threaded fitting GL10 red
14
23-30-01-04-69
1
Seal O-ring 3.2x2.5
15
23-08-06-03-26
1
Inlet pipe (stopcock)
16
514-51000-00
1
Condenser G6
17
514-23000-00
1
66
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
Accessories, spare parts
Condenser G6B, plastic coated
17
Condenser mounting
514-23000-02
(1)
569-00050-00
1
Table 11-4: Glassware set G6
11.2 Accessories
Order description
Order No.
Order No.
230 V
115 V
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
Protective hood
569-00010-00
Protective shield
569-00020-00
Vapor temperature sensor
569-00030-00
Temperature sensor Autoaccurate sensor
569-00040-00
Vacuum pump ROTAVAC valve control
591-00130-00
Condensate cooler for ROTAVAC valve
control
591-00081-00
Vacuum pump ROTAVAC valve tec
591-00160-00
Condensate cooler for ROTAVAC valve
tec
591-00083-00
Vacuum pump ROTAVAC vario control
591-00141-00
Condensate cooler for ROTAVAC vario
control
591-00084-00
Vacuum pump ROTAVAC vario tec
591-00171-00
Condensate cooler for ROTAVAC vario
tec
591-00084-00
Vacuum box
569-00100-00
Vacuum controller VAC control automatic
569-00340-00
569-00340-01
Vacuum switch box for 3 consumers
569-00400-00
569-00400-01
Vacuum valve
569-00060-00
Woulff bottle
569-00070-00
Vacuum controller, manual
591-26000-00
Tube set
591-35000-00
Heating bath liquid (up to 180 °C)
515-31000-00
PTFE 26 Vacuum seal
23-30-01-01-30
Clamping sleeve
23-30-01-05-31
Transportation safety device
11-300-006-28
Comments
591-00130-01
591-00160-01
591-00141-01
591-00171-01
Table 11-5: Accessories
Hei-VAP Value, Hei-VAP Advantage
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Appendix
12 Appendix
12.1 Technical data
Basic Device
Basis
Basis
Basis
Basis
Basis
Hei-VAP
Hei-VAP
Hei-VAP
Hei-VAP
Hei-VAP
Value
HL.
ML
HL
ML
Dimensions (WxDxH) of drive
unit in the lowest position without a glassware set ****
393 x 449 x
427 mm
393 x 449 x
427 mm
393 x 411 x
427 mm
393 x 449 x
427 mm
393 x 411 x 427
mm
Connected load
1400 W
Connected voltage
230 V / 50/60 Hz or 115 V / 50/60 Hz
Drive unit
EC motor with electronic speed control
Drive unit of lift
Manual
Manual
Motor
Manual
Motor
-1
Speed range
10 – 280 min
Weight incl. heating bath
without glassware set
16 kg
16 kg
16 kg
17 kg
17 kg
Lifting speed
manual
manual
approx. 40
mm/s
manual
approx. 40
mm/s
Length of stroke
155 mm
Cooling surface
1,200 cm²
Panel
Bedienpanel
Value or
Bedienpanel
Collegiate
Bedienpanel
AdvantageHL
Bedienpanel
Advantage
ML
Bedienpanel
Precision HL
Bedienpanel
Precision ML
Connected load
24V dc
Connected voltage
1W
display
Scale
3.5" LCD
screen
3.5" LCD
screen
4.3" LCD color
screen
4.3" LCD color
screen
2W
Control panel

Lift
-
-
yes
-
yes

Start Rotation
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes

Start Vakuum
-
-
-
yes
yes

Start Heizbad
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes

Start Timer
-
yes
yes
yes
yes
Heating Bath
Heizbad Hei-VAP
Heating capacity
1300 W
Diameter of heating bath
255 mm
Heating bath material
V4A (1.4404)
Heating bath temperature range
20–210 °C
Heating bath control accuracy
±1 K
Heating bath temperature control
electronic/digital
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Appendix
Degree of protection
IP 20
Airborne sound level
Clearly lower than 85 db(A)
Permissible ambient conditions
5 – 31 °C at 80 % relative humidity
32 – 40 °C decreasing linear to a max. rel. humidity of 50%
0 - 2000m absolute altitude
Pollution Degree 2
Installation Category II
Connected voltage *** ±10%
230 V / 50/60
Hz
230 V / 50/60
Hz
230 V / 50/60
Hz
230 V / 50/60
Hz
230 V / 50/60
Hz
115 V / 50/60
Hz
115 V / 50/60
Hz
115 V / 50/60
Hz
115 V / 50/60
Hz
115 V / 50/60
Hz
Evaporation rate (L/h) ΔT*
20/40 °C

Toluene
4,1 / 8,2
4,1 / 8,2
4,1 / 8,2
4,1 / 8,2
4,1 / 8,2

Acetone
2,4 / 4,7
2,4 / 4,7
2,4 / 4,7
2,4 / 4,7
2,4 / 4,7

Ethanol
1,6 / 3,2
1,6 / 3,2
1,6 / 3,2
1,6 / 3,2
1,6 / 3,2

Water
0,5 / 1,0
0,5 / 1,0
0,5 / 1,0
0,5 / 1,0
0,5 / 1,0
Table 12-1: Technical data
* ΔT = Difference between the heating bath temperature and the boiling temperature
** Only possible in conjunction with vacuum systems
*** Standard 230 V/50/60 Hz: other connecting voltages upon request
**** Ready to connect including the power plug
Unit configuration
Hei-VAP Value:


With manual control valve for limiting the vacuum and a Rotavac valve vacuum pump

Manual vacuum controller for limiting the vacuum with the ROTAVAC valve control

Manual vacuum controller for limiting the vacuum with the ROTAVAC valve tec
Without a controller with a Rotavac valve vacuum pump



With a controller and valve-controlled vacuum pump

Vac control automatic with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and ROTAVAC valve control

Vac control automatic with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and ROTAVAC valve tec
With controller and vacuum


ROTAVAC valve control or ROTAVAC valve tec
Valve Control automatic with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and vacuum
With manual control valve and vacuum

Manual vacuum controller for limiting the vacuum with vacuum
Hei-VAP Advantage:

Without a controller with a Rotavac valve vacuum pump



With a controller and valve-controlled vacuum pump

Vac control automatic with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and ROTAVAC valve control

Vac control automatic with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and ROTAVAC valve tec
With controller and vacuum


ROTAVAC valve control or ROTAVAC valve tec
Valve Control automatic with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and vacuum
With vacuum

vacuum only
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Hei-VAP Precision:

Rotary evaporator Hei-VAP with valve-controlled vacuum pump


Vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and ROTAVAC valve control

with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and ROTAVAC valve tec
Rotary evaporator Hei-VAP with speed-controlled vacuum pump


with ROTAVAC vario control

with ROTAVAC vario tec
Rotary evaporator Hei-VAP with vacuum


with vacuum valve (optional Woulff bottle) and vacuum
Expanded function of the above listed configurations

Function "Autoaccurate “ with Autoaccurate sensor

Display of the vapor temperature with boiling temperature sensor
12.2 Technical data o the vacuum box Hei-VAP
Order No.
569-00100-00
Connected voltage
24V DC
Connected load
3W
Table 12-2: Technical data o the vacuum box
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12.3 Solvent data
The graph shows the relationship between the pressure and boiling temperature of a selection of solvents.
The temperature difference between the vapor temperature and the cooling medium
should be at 20 K to result in sufficient condensation.
The temperature difference between the heating bath and vapor temperature should be at
20 K to result in a sufficient Distillation rate (dT).
i.e.: Set a vacuum for a boiling point at 40 °C, set the heating bath temperature at 60 °C.
Figure 12–1: Graph
Torr to mbar conversion: [mmHg] ≈ 3/4 [mbar]
Solvent data
Solvents
Total
formula
MW
[g/mol]
Boiling
point
[°C]
Δhvap
[J/g]
Vacuum for a
boiling point at
40 °C
[mbar]
[mm(Hg)]
Acetone
C3H6O
58,08
56,5
550
556
387
Acetonitrile
C2H3N
41,05
81,8
833
230
173
Benzene
C6H6
78,11
80,1
549
236
177
n-butanol (butyl alcohol)
C4H10O
74,12
117,5
619
25
19
tert.-butanol (tert-butyl alcohol)
C4H10O
74,12
82,9
588
130
98
2-Butanone (methyl ethyl ketone)
C4H8O
72,11
79,6
473
243
182
Chlorobenzene
C6H5CI
112,60
132,2
375
36
27
Cyclohexane
C6H12
84,16
80,7
389
235
176
1.2 Dichloroethane
C2H4CI2
98,96
82,4
336
210
158
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Solvents
Total
formula
MW
[g/mol]
Boiling
point
[°C]
Δhvap
[J/g]
Vacuum for a
boiling point at
40 °C
[mbar]
[mm(Hg)]
1,2 Dichloroethylene (cis)
C2H2CI2
96,94
59,0
320
479
134
1,2 Dichloroethylene (trans)
C2H2CI2
96,94
47,8
313
751
563
Dichloromethane (methylene chloride)
CH2CI2
84,93
40,7
373
atm.
atm.
Diethyl ether
C4H10O
74,12
34,6
392
atm.
atm.
Diisopropyl ether
C6H14O
102,20
67,5
318
375
281
Dimethylformamide
C3H7NO
73,09
153,0
11
8
1,4-Dioxane
C4H8O2
88,11
101,1
406
107
80
Ethanol
C2H6O
46,07
78,4
879
175
131
Ethylacetate
C4H8O2
88,11
77,1
394
240
180
Heptane
C7H16
85,09
98,4
439
120
90
Hexane
C6H14
86,18
68,7
370
335
251
Methanol
CH4O
32,04
64,7
1225
337
253
3-Methyl-1-butanol (Isoamyl alcohol)
C5H12O
88,15
130,6
593
14
11
Pentachlorinated Ethane
C2HCI5
202,30
160,5
203
13
10
Pentane
C5H12
72,15
36,1
382
atm.
atm.
n-Pentanol (amyl alcohol)
C5H12O
88,15
137,8
593
11
8
1-Propanol (n-propyl alcohol)
C3H8O
60,10
97,8
787
67
50
2-Propanol (isopropyl alcohol)
C3H8O
60,10
82,5
701
137
103
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
C2H2CI4
167,90
145,9
247
35
26
Tetrachloroethylene
C2CI4
165,80
120,8
233
53
40
Tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride)
CCI4
153,80
76,7
225
271
203
Tetrahydrofuran (THF)
C4H8O
72,11
66,0
–
357
268
Toluene
C7H8
92,14
110,6
425
77
58
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
C2H3CI3
133,40
74,1
251
300
225
Trichloroethylene
C2HCI3
131,40
86,7
265
183
137
Trichloromethane (chloroform)
CHCI3
119,40
61,3
263
474
356
Water
H2O
18,02
100,0
2259
72
54
Xylene (isomers mixture)
C8H10
106,20
137–
143
390
25
19
Table 12-3: Solvent data
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12.4 EC Declaration of Conformity
We, Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG,
Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
Vertrieb Labortechnik
Walpersdorfer Str. 12
91126 Schwabach / Germany
declare that rotary evaporators of the Hei-VAP series for:

distillation, evaporation

purification of chemicals, substances, mixtures and preparations

processing reaction batches

drying of powder
Construction year:
since 2009
Serial number:
see model plate
Component number: see model plate
comply with the following standards and standardized documents:
EMV guideline 2004/108/EG:

EN 61326-1:2006 + correction 2006

EN 61000-3-2:2006

EN 61326-2-1:2006

EN 61000-3-3: 1995 + 2006 + A1:2001 + A2: 2005

EN 61326-2-2:2006

EN 61000-4-2:1995 +A1:1998+A2:2001

EN 61326-2-3:2006

EN 61000-4-3:2006 +A1:2008

EN 61326-2-4:2007

EN 61000-4-4:2004

EN 61326-2-5:2007

EN 61000-4-5:2006

EN 61326-2-6:2007

EN 61000-4-6:2007 + corrigendum 2007

EN 61326-3-1:2008

EN 61000-4-11:2004

EN 61326-3-2:2008

EN 60529: 1991 + A1 : 2000
Low Voltage Directive:
2006/95/EG

EN 61010-1:2001 + first correction: 2002 + second correction 2002

EN 61010-2-010:2003
Airborne noise emission:
EN ISO 3744:1995 and EN ISO 2151:2008
This declaration is void if modifications were performed on the unit without our prior consent.
The declaration of conformity was created according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17050-1 "General criteria for supplier's
declaration of conformity".
Date:
18.07.2009
Signature:
Name of the undersigned:
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S. Richter
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12.5 Warranty Statement
Heidolph Instruments guarantees a warranty of three years for the products
described here (except glass and wear parts) if you are registering with the
enclosed warranty card or via the Internet (www.heidolph.com). The warranty
begins with the registration. The serial number of the unit is valid without the
registration. This warranty covers material and manufacturing defects.
Transport damages are excluded.
In the event of a warranty claim, please contact Heidolph Instruments (Tel:
(+49) 9122 - 9920-69) or your local Heidolph Instruments dealer.
If it is a material or manufacturing defect, the unit will be repaired or replaced
free of charge within the scope of the warranty.
Heidolph Instruments will not assume any guarantees for damages due to
improper treatment.
Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
Vertrieb Labortechnik
Walpersdorfer Str. 12
91126 Schwabach / Germany
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12.6 Declaration of non-objection
Copy and mail / fax this declaration in the event of repairs to Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co KG (see Chapter
9.4).
1.
Information regarding the
unit
Model description
Part number
Reason for submission
2.
Was the device cleaned, if
necessary, decontaminated
/ disinfected?
Yes
No
3.
Is the unit in a condition
that poses no health risks
to repair personnel?
Yes
No
If no, what substances was the unit
in contact?
4.
Information regarding the
sender
Last name, first name
Company
Department
Street
Postal code / city
Country
Telephone
E-mail
5.
The client is aware that he is liable
to the contractor for damages
caused by incomplete and incorrect
information.
Legally binding declaration
Date
Signature
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