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DIY Rotary Evaporator by Siskiyou Sam

Hee, hee, hee, don't you just love synergism? I posted  a rotary evaporator design based on available sanitary spools at the time, but didn't build it because better options were becoming available, and Siskiyou Sam took the challenge and built one of his own design. He has consented to share, so here tis: More at /rotary-evaporator-from-siskiyou-sam/

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