Solvent Extractors


Take Your Calculator to the ISSA Tradeshow
Chemicals & Gases

Take Your Calculator to the ISSA Tradeshow

The ECO-500, on display at the upcoming ISSA tradeshow in Orlando, filters and recycles cleaning solution up to seven times, making it one of the Greenest extractors available. But what does this mean for carpet cleaning technicians? Quite a lot. According to ISSA's 540 Cleaning Times, a conventional extractor requires 21 water/solution dump/refills to clean 5,000 square feet. The ECO-500 needs...

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Portable Carpet Cleaner is suited for government offices.
Chemicals & Gases

Portable Carpet Cleaner is suited for government offices.

Generating temperatures to 210°F and pressure up to 500 psi, XTreme Power® XPH-9650 carpet extractor helps remove beverage spills, stains, food splatters, and dirt deposited onto surface. Selectable auto-fill and auto-dump features allow cleaning of large areas without interruption, while Advanced, Adjustable Temperature Control™ technology enables work on all carpet types. Other features...

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Rotary Agitators can be used as liquid-liquid extractors.

Designed to operate in end-over-end fashion, P/N 3704-6SFA and P/N 3740-12SFA are capable of holding 6, 2 L and 12, 2 L separatory funnels, respectively, and also allow for separatory funnel bottles to be vented. They can operate at 30 rmp ±2 and help improve QA/QC performance when duplicate samples, matrix spikes, and laboratory control samples are analyzed. Options include spill tray, hinged...

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VELP Scientifica
Chemicals & Gases

VELP Scientifica

Westbury, NY, June 2008 Brinkmann Instruments, Inc. is proud to introduce VELP Scientifica instruments to optimize manual procedures for your AOAC methods. Choose from: GDE enzymatic digesters and CSF6 filtration for dietary fiber determination; SER 148 solvent extractors for fat determination; Kjeldahl instruments for nitrogen/protein determination, which include DK digestion blocks; and basic...

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Ten Ways to Control Aluminum Costs
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Ten Ways to Control Aluminum Costs

All job shops want to save money, and one of the most lucrative ways to do this is by learning how to control the costs of materials such as aluminum. An analysis of your material usage as well as how much you end up scrapping can reveal a goldmine of savings. In this white paper, you will learn ten ways in which you can capitalize on these hidden reserves. From understanding scraps in a more mathematical way to accomplishing jobs with a lean manufacturing approach, this list will provide you with the necessary tools you need to assist you in your financial analysis of your shop’s material consumption. This paper also features real world case studies to illustrate how the right attitude towards material costs can affect real change in terms of money, time, and efficiency.

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