This the archive of the Genevac newsletter.
|Genevac Newsletter 1||Starting the series with the basics of evaporation|
|Genevac Newsletter 2||How cold traps work and how they affect performance|
|Genevac Newsletter 3||The technology behind temperature control in Genevac systems to protect your samples from over heating. The SampleGuard in the HT system|
|Genevac Newsletter 4||Bumping and cross contamination. DriPure Genevac's anti bumping technology|
|Genevac Newsletter 5||What is lyophilisation? The advantages. Can my Genevac system be used for lyophilisation?|
|Genevac Newsletter 6||What is heat flow and how it effects the evaporation rate? Important facts when evaporating High BP solvents|
|Genevac Newsletter 7||Programming your Genevac to Lyophilise samples. What is fast lyophilisation ? How to lyophilise mixed solvents and DMSO ? |
|Genevac Newsletter 8||Rocket - The large volume high speed evaporator. How does it compare with the rotary and blow down evaporators.|
|Genevac Newsletter 9||Using your Genevac to concentrate samples. SampleGenies - an easy way to directly concentrate, dry or lyophilise into a vial.|
|Genevac Newsletter 10||How does my Genevac system knows when my samples are dried ? The technology behind automatic end of run detection. When to works best.|
|Genevac Newsletter 11||Multi stage evaporation runs. How to set it up in a HT system? How is works in an EZ-2 and Rocket?|
|Genevac Newsletter 12||What is contamination ? When can this happen ? How can I detect it ?|
|Genevac Newsletter 13||How to remove solvent odour from the evaporator chamber? Centrifugal force and how it prevents bumping.|
|Genevac Newsletter 14||Pre-programmed runs and auto programming on HT series II systems. The importance of pre-heating when evaporating high boiling point solvents.|
|Genevac Newsletter 15||Temperature control in the EZ-2 & HT and Rocket. How do I know the correct temperature to evaporate my solvents and to avoid bumping?|
|Genevac Newsletter 16||Using strong acids in your Genevac evaporator. The difference between a HCl resistant and a non resistant system. Sample Holders - are they acid resistant and general maintenance. |
|Genevac Newsletter 17||Why does Genevac evaporators use gold plated IR lamp reflectors ? Is it really necessary to use special glass on lamp window? How your samples are protected by UV lamps ?|
|Genevac Newsletter 18||Pre programmed methods on Genevac EZ-2 mk3 and rocket systems. How does thesystem auto stop and custome methods.
What is cryopumping ?|
|Genevac Newsletter 19||A review of evaporation technologies, including,rotory evaporators, vortexes, blow down systems, centrifugal evaporators...|
|Genevac Newsletter 20||EZ-2 Elite - how the scroll pump and auto draining condenser enable to evaporate high boiling point solvents and lyophilisation.