Dean Stark Apparatus

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The Dean-Stark Apparatus in an Azeotropic Distillation is a useful way to remove a product, such as water, from a reaction mixture by co-distillation with an immiscible organic liquid.


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The Dean-Stark Apparatus in an Azeotropic Distillation is a useful way to remove a product, such as water, from a reaction mixture by co-distillation with an immiscible organic liquid. It is usually used to remove water from a mixture of toluene and water. It also can be used for the extraction of aromatic plants.

The equipment comprises an electric heater with a thermo-regulator, glass still, support stand, condenser, receiving trap, clamp.

  • Single unit model
  • Multiple units model (up to 6 extractors)
  • Core sample diameter: up to 1.5″
  • Core sample length: up to 4″
  • Extractor capacity: 250 ml
  • Boiling flask: 500 ml
  • Receiving tube: 5 and 15 ml, 0.1 ml graduation
  • Heating temperature: up to 450°C
  • Water cooling system: 0.5 to 3 liters per minute, 18°C
  • Power supply: 220 VAC 50 HZ

    Accessories

  • Stirrer bar/anti-bumping granules
  • Still pot
  • Fractionating column
  • Thermometer/Boiling point temperature
  • Condenser
  • Cooling water in
  • Cooling water out
  • Burette
  • Tap
  • Collection vessel
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