Allihn Condenser

  • With joints at the top and the bottom.
  • With Removable Hose Connections
  • Material: Borosilicated 3.3 Glass
  • Application: Chemical Laboratory
  • Feature: Acid Resistance and Heat Resistance
  • Type: With Coiled Inner Tube
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Allihn Condenser

Product CodeJacket Length
(mm)
Socket/Cone SizeHose Connection
(mm)
C2012122412014/208
C2012201920019/228
C2012301930019/228
C2012202420024/4010
C2012302430024/4010
C2012402440024/4010
C2012302930029/4210
C2012402940029/4210

Allihn Condensers Removable Hose Connections

Product CodeJacket Length
(mm)
Socket/Cone SizeHose Connection
(mm)
C2013122412014/208
C2013201920019/228
C2013301930019/228
C2013202420024/4010
C2013302430024/4010
C2013402440024/4010
C2013302930029/4210
C2013402940029/4210

The Allihn condenser, also known as a “bulb condenser”, similar to a Liebig condenser, is designed with an inner tube consisting of a series of bulbs which increase the surface area available for vapor condensation surrounded by an outer jacket tube, the cool water flows through the outer jacket to condensate the vapor in the inner tube.

Consisting of a glass tube with a water jacket, Allihn condensers feature a series of bulbs that increase the surface area available for vapor condensation.

What is Allihn condenser used for?

Allihn condensers are used for laboratory-scale refluxing and provide a greater surface area than similar Liebig condensers. While suitable for refluxes, Allihn condensers, unless held vertically, are not as favored for distillations because a substance can condense and trapped in the side of the bulbs.

Allihn Condensers have an interchangeable inner and outer joint with a drip tip. The Allihn Condenser has a more surface area than the Liebig condenser

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