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Area: Clinical Analysis Suite CentriVap
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Platform Name: CentriVap
Description: The Labconco CentriVap Mobile System combines the separate components of a vacuum concentrator and cold trap into one space saving console and includes casters for portability between laboratories. The interior can accommodate a vacuum pump, which is the only additional component necessary to begin concentrating.
Notable features include
  • Brushed, stainless steel and glacier white, epoxy-coated steel exterior with blue accents and four 2" diameter hard rubber casters
  • Microprocessor-controlled 300-watt heater to speed evaporation by supplying a controlled amount of heat from OFF up to a maximum of 100C in one degree increments
  • Quick-Start One Button Start Up to simultaneously activate rotor, heater, timers and vacuum pump
  • Memory to store nine user-set programs.
  • CFC-free refrigeration system with 1/4 hp compressor to lower temperature to -55C in less than 20 minutes
  • Centrifugal motion provided by a brushless motor capable of up to 1725rpm
  • Quick-Stop System to stop vacuum pump, open valve, and stop rotor
  • Automatic vacuum release valve
  • Versatile 12-13mm rotor
Location: PC 02.241
Disclaimer Please note that there are restrictions on the use of the PERFORM Centre's equipment. As such, some items may not be removed from our facilities. For details, please contact the Platform Supervisor.


Days of week: SuMTWThFSa
Weekday hrs: 06:00 - 24:00
Weekend hrs: 06:00 - 24:00


Marie-Eve Rivard

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