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CentriVap Cold Traps

Cold traps, available in three refrigeration temperatures, collect evaporated liquid from the vacuum concentrator, protecting the vacuum pump from corrosion. 

CentriVap Cold Traps
CentriVap -105° C Cold Traps

These cold traps reach -105° C and collect evaporated liquid from the vacuum concentrator, protecting the vacuum pump from very low freezing point liquids.

CentriVap -50° C Cold Traps

These cold traps reach -50° C and collect evaporated liquid from the vacuum concentrator, protecting the vacuum pump from the corrosive effects of vapors and fumes emitted from samples.

CentriVap -84° C Cold Traps

These cold traps reach -84° C and collect evaporated liquid from the vacuum concentrator, protecting the vacuum pump from low freezing point liquids.

CentriVap Cold Traps collect evaporated liquid from the CentriVap Vacuum Concentrator, protecting the vacuum pump and the laboratory environment from the harmful effects of vapors, fumes and corrosives. The Traps may also be used in other laboratory applications such as freeze drying and desiccation.

CentriVap Cold Traps are available in -50°C, -84°C, and -105°C collector temperature.

The CentriVap Cold Trap is available separately or as an integral component of CentriVap Concentration Systems.



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Brochures

CentriVap Centrifugal Vacuum Concentrators and Cold Traps Catalog

Provides features, benefits, accessories, and ordering information on CentriVap micro IR, Benchtop, Refrigerated, Acid-Resistant, Cold Traps, Proteomic Systems, DNA, and Mobile Systems.

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Combined CentriVap Catalog and Brochure

This pdf includes the CentriVap Centrifugal Concentrators and Cold Traps Catalog and the CentriVap Complete Vacuum Concentrators Brochure.

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User's Manuals

CentriVap Centrifugal Concentrators and Cold Traps Manual

Models: 78100 Series, 78110 Series, 74600 Series, 73850 Series, 79820 Series, 79830 Series, 79840 Series, 74750 Series

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