Laboratory condenser

Condensers find use in the condensation of gases and vapors in chemical laboratories. The cooling effect is based on heat transfer processes on the cooling surfaces of the condenser. Depending on individual needs, there are different types of condensers: Allihn condenser, Dimroth condenser, Liebig condenser, instensive condenser and air condenser. For condensation of very small substances, a spiral condenser is most suitable

We carry laboratory condenser of various manufacturers, for example from Heidolph or IDL GmbH.

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Condensers are used for the condensation of gases and vapors in chemical laboratories. Depending on the nature of the substances used, different types of condensers are required. A distinction is made between, among others:

Liebig Condenser

Small heat exchange surface and thus relatively low cooling capacity.

Typical application: condenser for distillate separation

Bulb Condenser 

The bulb condenser has a greater cooling surface than the liebig condenser and thus a higher cooling capacity.

Typical application: reflux condensation

Dimroth Condenser

The Dimorph condenser possesses a cooling helix and thus a greater cooling surface as the liebig condenser ans the bulb condenser

Typische Anwendung: Product- und reflux condenser 

Duran® Jacketed Coil Condenser

This type of condenser has thus its coiled condenser and double jacket a very high cooling surface. The jacketed coil condenser is especially suited for working with lowballing media. 

Typical application: Reflux condenser for condensation of lowballing media.

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