What is a Rotary Evaporator
The rotary evaporator is a common laboratory equipment, consisting of a rotary motor, distillation flask, recovery flask, heating pot, condenser tube, and other parts. It is mainly used for continuous distillation of volatile solvents under reduced pressure conditions and is widely used for large-scale concentration, drying, extraction and recovery of samples. It is the ideal equipment for scientific research experiments and industrial mass production in chemical, pharmaceutical, food, environmental protection, and university fields.
The rotary evaporator continuously distills a large number of volatile solvents under reduced pressure conditions, and the concentration of the extraction solution and the distillation of the receiving solution can separate and purify the reaction products. The large-capacity rotary evaporation flask is used to increase the evaporation area, which is placed in a reduced-pressure water bath and heated while rotating to make the solution evaporate by diffusion efficiently.
Introduction of Glass Reactor
A reaction vessel, or glass reactor , is a container used for physical or chemical reactions in experiments such as material synthesis, distillation, and concentration. It has functions such as heating, evaporation, cooling, and high-speed stirring.
Based on the material of the reactor, there are two types of reactors: glass reactors and stainless steel reactors.
Based on the structure of the reactor, there are single-layer glass reactors, double-layer glass reactors, and triple-layer glass reactors. The type of reactor used depends on the external reaction conditions of the raw material mixture.