Evaporator allows evaluation of thin-film processing.

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LabVap(TM) enables users to evaluate thin-film evaporation during early product development. It can be used with heating temperatures up to 650 deg F and for countercurrent or co-current operation. LabVap nozzle designs allow connections to laboratory glassware. System can be disassembled and re-assembled for ease in cleaning. Horizontal design incorporates stainless steel body and rotor, double mechanical seal, and fixed clearance rotor.



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Versatile Lab Evaporator Allows Evaluation Of Thin-Film Processing


LCI Corporation has introduced the LabVap(TM) thin-film evaporator for use in R&D facilities. The LabVap enables engineers and scientists to evaluate thin-film evaporation during early product development when often only small quantities of material are available. Designed to evaluate a broad variety of applications, it can be used with heating temperatures up to 650 deg F and for countercurrent or co-current operation.

LabVap nozzle designs allow easy connections to standard laboratory glassware and the system is quickly disassembled and re-assembled for ease in cleaning. The basic horizontal design incorporates a sturdy stainless steel body and rotor, a double mechanical seal for positive sealing from the atmosphere, and a fixed clearance rotor.

For additional information, please contact LCI Corporation at PO Box 16348, Charlotte, NC 28297-8804, telephone 704-394-8341, fax 704-392-8507, www.lcicorp.com.

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