The Rotary Condensentrator (pronounced "con-DEN-sen-traitor") is used for converting substances between liquid and gaseous forms at a rate of 1:1. It has two modes: Decondensentrating, which turns Liquids into Gases, and Condensentrating, which turns Gases into Liquids.
In Decondensentrating mode:
- Water → Water Vapor
- Liquid Sulfuric Acid → Sulfuric Acid
- Liquid Hydrogen Chloride → Hydrogen Chloride
- Liquid Oxygen → Oxygen
- Liquid Hydrogen → Hydrogen
- Liquid Ethylene → Ethylene
- Liquid Chlorine → Chlorine
- Liquid Sulfur Dioxide → Sulfur Dioxide
- Liquid Sulfur Trioxide → Sulfur Trioxide
- Brine → Gaseous Brine
and the opposite is true in Condensentrating mode.