Centrifuge Extractor Motorised

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Centrifuge Extractor Motorised

Centrifuge Extractor - Motorised

Make: LabTek

Model: SL-2060

Origin: India

Standards: ASTM D2172 AASHTO T-58, T-164

Specification: Centrifuge Extractor, Electrical Operation, Capacity 1500g, with a Dimmer stat for speed control from 2,400 to 3,600 rpm. Suitable for operation on 230 V, 50 Hz, Single Phase, A.C. supply.

Optional Extra:Filter Paper Discs, Set of 25

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Procedure

  1. Take a representative sample of about 500 g, weigh it exactly and place it in the bowl of the extraction apparatus (W1).
  2. Cover the sample with commercial grade trichloroethylene.
  3. Let the mixture stand for about one hour before starting the centrifugal machine.
  4. Weigh the dried filter ring and then fit it around the edge of the bowl. Clamp the cover of the bowl tightly.
  5. Place a beaker under the drain to collect the extract.
  6. The machine is revolved slowly and then gradually the speed is increased to a maximum of 3600 rpm. The speed is maintained till the solvent ceases to flow from the drain.
  7. The machine is allowed to stop, 200 ml of solvent is added and the above procedure is repeated. A number of 200 ml solvent additions (not less than three) are used till the extract is clear and not darker than a light straw colour.
  8. Remove the fitter ring from the bowl, dry it first in the air and then in the oven at 1150C to a constant weight, and weigh it.
  9. Collect back the fine material that might have passed through the filter, by centrifuging. Wash and dry the material to a constant weight, as before.
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