I’m sure @spdking will have some comments, but has anyone checked out the rotovap summit posted on Instagram? Any quotes?
“Reinventing the rotovap” seems like a tall order for adding the kind of features listed. Personally I almost never pay extra for equipment loaded with extra do-dads and whistles, I feel that a well trained and educated operator should be able to handle using a basic roto to accomplish their needs. My policy, if the funding is there, is stainless instruments chained for semi and continuous operation, less broken parts and more scalability.
Some of the features seem like they examined the features people like about falling films and added them to a roto, which could be useful.
This is not, and should not be used as a hate on summit thread. Objective and relative discussion of their gear please.