Tag: Genevac

DNA concentration method detects diclofenac residues

MiVac evaporator from Genevac used for forensic detection of diclofenac

Diclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain and reduce inflammation in humans and animals, which is implicated in the dramatic decline in scavenger species in some parts of the world. A traditional method of livestock carcass disposal…

Faster concentration of environmental samples

Environmental laboratory productivity can be ‘significantly improved’ using the Rocket Synergy evaporator, says Genevac. Developed to quickly process large-volume environmental samples, in parallel and without supervision, Rocket Synergy can concentrate or dry 18 ASE tubes or up to six large-volume…

Maintaining a permanent chill in the lab

SP SCIENTIFIC offers a wide range of compact and quiet recirculating chillers with heat removal rates from 1050 to 24,000W and temperature ranges from -90C to +150C. The company says an optimised SP Scientific chiller is available to suit most…

More productive isolation of novel flavour ingredients

FINDING and isolating new flavour molecules from natural sources is a complex and laborious process, yet the rewards for finding such a molecule make the effort worthwhile. A new technical article from Genevac details how its HT-24 centrifugal evaporation system…

Nucleation technology can be retrofitted to freeze dryers

SP SCIENTIFIC says that its ControLyo nucleation on-demand technology can now be retrofitted to a wide range of production freeze dryers. The technology was originally developed and patented by Praxair, and licensed by SP for use on development freeze dryers…

Concentrated info on EZ-2 evaporators

A NEW microsite dedicated to its EZ-2 series evaporators has been launched by Genevac. The EZ-2 is a series of compact, benchtop, personal evaporators which accurately control vacuum and temperature to enable rapid evaporation of a wide range of solvents…

Concentrate biological samples quickly and safely

GENEVAC outlines the significant operational benefits that can be found when its miVac sample concentrator is used instead of a ‘blowdown’ evaporation system.   Blowdown evaporators remove solvent (as their name suggests) by blowing inert gas into open sample vessels. They…