Introducing the original short path single distribution adapter from Lab Society.
This single arm distribution adapter connects to a condenser and a collection flask.
A Lab Society original creation, this adapter was designed by our team and manufactured right here in the USA. Like all of our custom glass products, the single distribution adapter was built to last under demanding conditions.
- American-made, borosilicate glass
- Vacuum gauge compatible
- Two sizes 24/40 or 29/40 joint
- Vacuum port with GL-18 fittings
- Can be used in conjunction with our multi-distribution adapter
Vacuum gauge compatible.
The single distribution adapter has a side port GL-18, so you can easily hook up a vacuum gauge and measure vacuum depth.
24/40 or 29/40 joint single distribution adapter.
These glass adapters have a 24/40 joint or 29/40, and it channels your distillate down into your collection flask. Be advised that the collection flask will need to be changed for each different fraction you are trying to separate.
If you are trying to separate many different fractions, we recommend that you try our Multi Distribution Adapter – the perfect solution to this common problem.
Vacuum port with GL-18 fittings.
This single side arm adapter has a vacuum port with GL-18 fittings. The V1 has a bend of 75 degrees, while the V2 has a bend of 65 degrees. The difference in the bend angle correlates to a faster flow rate, if needed.
Can be used in conjunction with our multi distribution adapter.
If you already have a multi distribution adapter, you can actually use these two products together. For example, if you have more than three fractions that need to be collected or separated, you can simply switch out the two pieces, allowing you to capture an extra fraction. This process can be repeated for as many different fractions as you need to catch.
Looking for accuracy?
- The 29/26 adapter can only be used with the detachable condenser that works in conjunction with the PDH-2 and PDH-2S.
- The V1 adapter should be used with V1 glassware, and the V2 should be used with V2 and PDH-1/1A glassware.
Questions about the differences between each model? Give us a call!