Data backs up DrySyn heating block performance
Asynt has announced the availability of data demonstrating the performance of its DrySyn heating blocks.
Recent design improvements have resulted in improved heat transfer characteristics up to 300ºC, faster heating and cooling, and a smaller footprint.
Used in combination with a standard hotplate stirrer, DrySyn Classic units have proved themselves with their ability to outperform the heat-conducting properties of oil baths.
They claim to pose a far lower fire risk and their use makes the clean-up of glassware far easier as there is no residual oil contamination on the outside of the flasks.
In addition to accelerating your chemical reactions - DrySyn Classic heating blocks ensure a safer, cleaner, healthier working environment.
The DrySyn Classic also provides an alternative to heating mantles.
The DrySyn Classic system consists of a base that will accommodate 1000ml flasks and 4 inserts for 500ml, 250ml 100ml and 50ml flasks.
Asynt has unveiled the latest version of its DrySyn Maxi and Super Maxi heat blocking system.
Imperial College has selected the DrySyn MULTI and parallel synthesis kits to produce novel organometallic compounds.
The DrySyn MULTI allows scientists to perform experiments with a wide range of lab glassware.
Using the Asynt 20-litre ReactoMate, PhosphonicS has improved batch-to-batch efficiency of functionalised silicas.
Reactor designed for applications including homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis and corrosion testing.