EcoChyll Rotary Evaporator
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The EcoChyll Rotary Evaporator is a refrigerated cooling device that condenses solvent vapors removed from a sample.
We’ve partnered with Ecodyst, the global leader in next-generation rotary evaporators, to bring you a line of more efficient, more affordable, and smaller solvent recovery systems.
All Ecodyst systems offer first-in-class direct cooling technology while maintaining chemically-resistant cooling surfaces.
No antifreeze, no water needed.
Each unit is cooled via the refrigerant circulated directly from its compressor. This means you won’t need water or antifreeze coolant to use these systems! Typically, rotary evaporators use antifreeze as the coolant and can be inefficient at capturing vapors. The EcoCchyll effectively condenses vapors, which in turn reduces recovery time. This technology provides a green approach to efficient and intelligent cooling, and it sets a new standard for solvent recovery.
Looking for stand-alone condensers?
The prices shown are for complete kits only – If you are looking for standalone condensers (for a lower price), contact our sales staff and let them know exactly what you are looking for!
Complete systems include:
- Adapters & Clamps
- Installation & Training
- Up to twice the load capacity of traditional rotary evaporators
- More than double the rate of evaporation
- High-speed stirring
- Continuous addition of sample with feed valve
- Reaches -40°C in less than 60 seconds
- All required parts, tubes, glassware, and controllers for the rotary evaporator system
- Sizes range from 22L up to 200L
- Varying voltages – depending on model
- The X5 model has a single cooling coil, the X7 has two, and the X9 models have three.
- We carry different packages of these units at different price points, so please call our sales team for more information on how to choose and size units for your desired application.
- Condensers are also available as stand-alone units for a lesser price than a complete kit.
- Stand-alone units are only the condenser portion of the system.