Rapid cooling of round bottom flasks down to -80°C!
Designed specifically for chemistry, the recently released Atlas Cryo Reactor offers the ultimate in compact, high performance, trouble-free cooling of round bottom flasks.
The module requires only mains power to rapidly achieve temperatures as low as -80°C. No dry ice, liquid nitrogen, running water or circulator required!
The compact module has an 'in-reactor' temperature probe that enables excellent temperature control. The adaptors, suitable for 100ml or 500ml flasks, can be changed in seconds without the need for tools.
It is so easy to use on its own - simply turn the dial to select the desired process temperature. The Atlas Cryo Reactor can even be connected to the Atlas PC software along with other Atlas modules to enable sophisticated process automation, graphing and data logging.
Produce monodispersed droplets automatically and seamlessly
Dolomite Microfluidics, Syrris's sister company, have created Micro Droplet systems for automatic production of monodispersed droplets, ideal for droplet-based nanoparticle synthesis.
These systems give the scientist tight control over reagent loading and mixing, resulting in nanoparticles that have excellent dispersity and high reproducibility. The systems are also suitable for applications such as compartmentalised chemistry, high throughput experimentations and the production of emulsions.
The Micro Droplet Systems can produce 10,000 droplets per second and their key benefits include highly monodispersed droplets ranging from ø 20 to ø 150 µm, pulseless and stable liquid flow, wide pressure ranges 0-10bar, water-in-oil or oil-in-water and excellent chemical resistance.
Ultrafast polymerization with high throughput and low polydispersity index
Syrris is pleased to share a paper published by Anil Kumar’s group from IIT Bombay, India. This paper describes a successful polymerisation flow process developed, optimised and carried out on a Syrris Asia flow chemistry system with a Micromixer Chip.
The developed process significantly improves on the traditional batch process in terms of reproducibility and polydispersity, thanks to the mixing and heating properties of the flow system.