Laboratory Evaporators

An evaporator is a device used to separate a solvent from a compound. It may be used to isolate a solid by separating the liquid from it or to concentrate and purify solutions, therefore reducing the amount of end product and removing impurities for safer storage and consumption. The process also alleviates the expense associated with the transport and processing of larger volumes of materials.

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