Asia flow chemistry products improve research
Syrris' Asia flow chemistry system helps advance experiments at Cambridge University
Syrris, a flow product developer, has received positive feedback on Asia, its range of advanced flow chemistry products.
The Asia system offers a variety of modules for research, including an advanced flow chemistry pump known as the Asia Syringe Pump.
Its proprietary technology allows automated experiments with or without a PC, and the modular design makes it suitable for everything from a manually operated starter system to fully automated reaction optimisation with integrated analysis.
Catherine Carter, a PhD student in flow chemistry at Cambridge University said: ‘The pressurised inlet for the pumps is extremely useful for reactions - pumping organometallic compounds can be problematic in flow chemistry - [this has] given us the confidence to try things that we would not previously have attempted and helping to reduce failure rates.’
Flow chemistry specialist Syrris is hosting an annual programme of free chemistry workshops and training sessions.
Siam Research & Innovation is using an Atlas reactor to investigate the kinetics of cement hydration and the interaction of mixtures.
PTT has been using the Atlas lab scale chemistry reactor to simplify the production of catalysts for polyolefins.
Asia Syringe pump provides a flow range from 1 µl/min to 10 ml/min at pressures of between 0 to 20 bar.
Syrris has released a new version of its Asia Manager PC software for analysis of flow chemistry experiments.