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How to Disassemble, Clean, and Reassemble the G40 Rotor-Stator Shaft

In this video, we demonstrate the precise steps you’ll need to take after every use of your G40 rotor/stator shaft assembly. Cleaning immediately after every use is crucial to prevent potential cross contamination of subsequent samples or procedures. Given the exceptionally fine stator slots and rotor geometries, fine particles can become lodged in these precision devices.

Particles or sample residues could contribute to future sample contamination, or even corrosion of the homogenizer shaft/generator assembly. Therefore, we strongly recommend running the assembly in an appropriate solvent, after every use. This is followed by immersion in sterile water, then followed by disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly.

In this video, we demonstrate how to take the components of the homogenizer shaft/generator assembly apart, allowing for thorough cleaning of all parts. We then show you how to reassemble your rotor/stator assembly so it’s ready for the next use.

 

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Bob Wilcox

Bob Wilcox has represented CAT Scientific’s family of homogenizers, magnetic stirrers, liquid handling and related laboratory equipment since 2002 when Staufen, Germany-based CAT Ingenieurbüro M. Zipperer GMbH established operations in North America. Bob oversees CAT Scientific laboratory apparatus sales and service organization from the company’s headquarters in Paso Robles, CA. He also is in charge of the parent company’s line of JetCat jet turbines, turboprop, and helicopter power plants for hobbyists’ radio controlled fixed wing and helicopter model aircraft. -- Earlier in Bob’s career he was involved in visual and special effects as well as camera and electronics supervisory responsibilities for the motion picture and television industry.

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