Voices from the labs worldwide
"Faster evaporations of extractions and less monitoring of the process!"
Mr. Kasel Nicholas from Donaldson Filtration Solutions
"I am eternally grateful for this device and all of the time it has saved me"
Ms.Teodora “Tia” Nedic, PhD Student Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California Irvine
Ms. S. Inaugsorn and Mr. A. Muakdang from Department of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Botany, Prince of Songkla University (Thailand)
"Fast removal of DMSO, DMF, & H2O in a vial with BioChromato Smart Evaporator! "
Dr. Erik A. Rodriguez, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at The George Washington University (USA)
“The Smart Evaporator has been indispensable for concentrating column fractions.”
Professor Dasan M. Thamattoor,
Ph.D. Department of Chemistry, Colby College (USA)
Dr. Davisson / Dr. Fujii, Purdue University Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
Dr. Davisson / Dr. Fujii, Purdue University Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology (USA)
Smart Evaporator Evaluation: Dr Graham W. Wynne, University of Oxford
Dr. Graham M. Wynne CChem FRSC, Medicinal Chemistry Advisor, Chemistry Research Laboratory,
University of Oxford (UK)
The University of Nottingham as to the benefits of the Smart Evaporator
Dr Tom McInally,
University of Nottingham (UK)
#41. I no longer hesitate to use DMSO and, it reduced my work time!
Associate Professor Kei Muto, Department of Applied Chemistry, Organic Synthesis Chemistry Research Laboratory, Junichiro Yamaguchi Laboratory, School of Advance Science and Engineering, Waseda University
#40. "Denaturation no longer occurs during concentration of membrane filtered liquid sample!"
Professor Hiroshi Yamamura and Assistant Professor Qing Ding, Water Metabolic System Engineering Laboratory, Department of Interdisciplinary Human Science and Engineering, Chuo University
#39. For small-scale sample concentration and moisture removal from biological samples, Smart Evaporator is indispensable!
Professor Toyonobu Usuki, Department of Materials and Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology , Sophia University
#38. “Now we can concentrate aqueous samples, such as containing drugs, or their metabolites, or ingredients in health foods!”
Dr. Kiyoyuki Kitaichi, Professor Kiyoyuki Kitaichi, Laboratory of Pharmaceutics, Department of Biomedical Pharmaceutics,
Gifu Pharmaceutical University
#37. Time reduced for concentration, drying and storage! Now indispensable part of our laboratory, handling a large number of samples.
Dr. Takashi Watanabe, Professor, Department of Medicinal Botany, Kumamoto University Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
#36. “Essential for pretreatment of LC/MS analysis of trace water-soluble metabolites by pesticide-degrading microorganisms!”
Dr.T of a National Research Organization
#35. It is attractive because it prevents the loss of purified sample and contamination due to sudden boiling.
Dr. Shuhei Kusano, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Molecular Bioregulation Research Team, Center for Sustainable Resource Science, National Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN).
#34. DMSO, which I had given up on, now can be concentrated and dried. Now we can use the precious samples repeatedly!!
Dr. T, Senior Researcher at a National Research Organization
#33. We’re using Smart Evaporator and rotary evaporator together in the work of phospholipid synthesis
Dr. Satoshi Honda, Assistant Professor, Department of Basic Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Komaba
#31. ”The handiness is appreciated when recovering / preserving small-scale samples before and after NMR measurements.”
Takashi Koike, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Tokyo Institute of Technology
*UPDATE 2019 July 22
#30. ”It is great being able to flexibly concentrate fractionated samples.”
Tomoyuki Koyama, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
*UPDATE 2019 May 27
#29. ”Even the fraction container can be used as is for concentration.”
Hirofumi Hanaoka, Ph.D., Associate Professor
#28. ”Smart Evaporator is doing great in France, too!”
Prof. Miki Hasegawa
Aoyoma Gakuin University
#26. Enables to concentrate a tiny sample of 600µL, achieving high-sensitive total reflection fluorescent X-ray analysis!
Senior chief engineer Mr. Hiroshi Yoshii, National Institute for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology
#25. Operation time gets reduced to 1/6 to evaporate 16 viscous samples!
Assistant Prof. Ena Kiyokawa
#24. Definitely fast and effective evaporation of multiple samples!
PD Kyohei Kanomata, Bioresources Chemistry,
#23. Useful for adjusting the solubility of luminous rare earth complex and for removing the solvents!
Prof. Miki Hasegawa,
Aoyoma Gakuin University
#22. No more concerns of denaturation! The C10 processes the samples collected from the same time.
Assistant Prof. Ms. Ryoko Tomita,
University of Fukuoka
#21. 3 to 4 days with the rotary evaporator, but now only 2 hours with the C10!
Mr. S in the research development department
in one chemical material manufacturer
#20. Smart Evaporator Solved Bumping Issue
Professor Naoki Komatsu, Komatsu Laboratory, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
#19. Multiple evaporations of water or mixed solvents for ingredient analysis pretreatment with the C10!
Ms. O, drug-related division in one chemical manufacturer
#18. Smart Evaporator significantly shortens the time duration for pretreatment in photosynthesis pigment analysis!!
Professor Dr. Tatsuya Tomo
Faculty of Science, Tokyo University of Science
#17. First Installation in Mozambique! Smart Evaporator contributes with confidence to areas with insufficient infrastructure.
Ms. Marika Higashi
Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS)
#16. No more scrambles for the Smart Evaporator C1, but now we have the C10!
Dr. Miwa Kubo, Associate Professor,
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science,
Tokushima Bunri University
#15. Effective evaporation of water!Even solid sample can be concentrated!
Mr. Y in the department of material application development
at one machinery manufacturer
#14. No need to keep my eyes on evaporator, I can dry up water with adding slight heat, and this takes me only 20 minutes.
Mr. K : polymer science at the public institution.
#13. We can evaporate under the nitrogen environment. Just leave it and it’s done!
Mr. K working on the Organic Synthesis Chemistry
in one material manufacturer
#12. Easy evaporation of the high viscous samples like surfactant solution
Dr. I works on the material chemistry research
in the university “C”.
#11. Suitable instrument for analytical method development of forensic medicines.
Assistant Prof. Kotaro Hasegawa, School of Medicine, Department of Legal Medicine, Hamamatsu University
#10. Smart evaporator is effective to concentrate and dry samples in vials and centrifuge tubes.
Professor Takuya Kumamoto.
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Organic Chemistry
#9. Smart Evaporator shortens sample processing time significantly, which saves a few days of work
R&D Scientist in a pharmaceutical company.
#8．I properly use both Centrifugal Evaporator and Smart Evaporator.
Mr. S in the Research Development
at one drink manufacturer
#7. Not the nitrogen blow down dry evaporator, we now have the improved solution for evaporating tiny samples.
The organic chemistry area, Sophia University
#6. I am happy to be able to concentrate precious samples in 2ml vials without any stresses.
Mr. Takeo Kurata.
Meiji University, Science and Engineering Applied Chemistry.
#5. Smart Evaporator is an user-oriented product with good design!
Dr. Kubo, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tokushima Bunri University
#4. I use the Smart Evaporator for the synthesis research of radiopharmaceuticals!
Mr. Hiroshi Yamaguchi in Radiology Department,
Akita Prefectural Hospital Organization
#3. Very helpful, especially final storage in sample tube!
Dr. I, Department of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, T University
#2. DMSO was evaporated like I imagined!
Dr. T, Department of Chemical Biology, A University
#1. Never be achieved with the freeze dryer, how easy to dry DMSO!I could also manage to evaporate DMF at 40 Celsius in an hour, which is amazing!
Associate Prof. “M” in natural products chemistry