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ETHOS X Microwave Extraction System
24 samples in < 1 hour
New fastEX-24 rotor can simultaneously extract 24 samples in 40 minutes.
Substantial reduction in solvent
Less solvent is needed than traditional extraction methods.
Large volume disposable vials
100 mL vials can hold up to 30 g of sample.
Higher productivity for greater ROI
Your input guided our development of the Milestone ETHOS X with a new fastEX-24 rotor to specifically address the challenges of today’s environmental laboratories.
The Milestone ETHOS X microwave lab station in combination with our fastEX-24 rotor offers your lab simultaneous extraction of 24 samples in 40 minutes with minimal solvent usage. Our unique WeflonTM material provides homogeneous heating and facilitates accurate contact-less temperature monitoring of all vessels. Each vessel holds 100 mL disposable vials allowing you to extract 30 g samples while eliminating memory effects and clean up.
The benefit: Higher throughput and easier handling results in both reduced cost and turnaround time for your lab.
- 24 samples in less than 1 hour
- Large disposable glass vials (100 mL)
- Run up to 30 g of sample
- Unique Weflon material provides homogenous heating
- Contactless temperature control of all vessels
- Easy-to-use capping tool
Optimizing the Soil Extraction Workflow for Semi-volatile Organics
This industry report demonstrates how addressing four key steps in the sample preparation workflow for extracting semi-volatile organic compounds from soils and sediments helps environmental laboratories address multiple regulatory and economic challenges.
Readers will explore:
- Common challenges faced by environmental laboratories determining organic pollutants in solid waste samples
- The benefits of focusing on ‘total sample prep workflow’ for organic pollutant determinations
- The advantages of microwave extraction over other commonly used extraction techniques for semi-volatile compounds
- How automated solvent addition helps optimize organic extraction workflow
Additional ETHOS X Resources
Extraction of PCBs from sandy loam soil using Microwave-Assisted Solvent Extraction. DOWNLOAD