G2 Executive Short Path Distillation Kit (2L) (coming soon)
The second generation (G2) of Lab Society’s Executive Series Two Liter Short Path Distillation Kit is finally here. After months and months of development, this two-liter kit is more comprehensive and integrated than any system before it. This complete, turn-key system is the new gold standard for short path distillation.
Everything you need to get up and running.
This benchtop-scale distillation system includes all of the clamps, hoses, connectors, accessories, and tools to perform distillations efficiently and with ease.
Our patent-pending system also includes: material transfer tools, cleaning tools, and extra setup parts to allow you to configure the system to fit your laboratory’s needs.
Lab Society’s precisely engineered parts and patent-pending glassware designs make the short path distillation process easier than ever before. Our G2 Short Path Kits are less user-involved, and they are the most efficient solution yet.
Complete process control.
The brand new G2 system utilizes precise temperature controllers, temperature monitors, and vacuum monitors for complete process control. Not only that, but these kits have state-of-the-art automation and data logging features, so you can improve your quality and consistency over time.
All of Lab Society’s controllers are PC-compatible, with software available on labsociety.com or via the product manual.
With a computer connected to your controllers, you can easily control the G2 unit while logging data, setting ramp programs and/or I/O functions.
The future of short path.
The G2 series of our short path distillation kits represents a tremendous evolution forward, and we’re just getting started.
*Modified configurations may utilize 6-12 cfm (utilize at own risk, Lab Society is not responsible or liable for damages or misuse).
Pair with: LS-CTK-C, T40, IP-60, IP-80
Manual: Dry ice with isopropanol or acetone; immersion or Dewar style.
Note: If a vacuum trap is approx. -100°C (-166°F), oxygen can condense to a liquid under deep vacuum pressures. This can create potentially explosive situations. Lab Society does not recommend running your vacuum traps at or below said temperature.