We understand that all labs are different, so while we’ve designed our products to be as flexible as possible, sometimes you’ll need something unique to your laboratory or application.
The Syrris R&D Team regularly work with chemists and chemical engineers across a range of industries to design, prototype, test, and build custom parts for our batch, flow, and scale-up chemical reactor systems.
The Custom Parts Team, along with the Regional Sales Executive involved, keep in regular contact with the customer throughout the custom parts process to ensure the purpose of the custom part is fully realized.
What custom parts are available?
Over the years the Syrris R&D Team has developed a range of custom parts – from stirrers, vessels, condensers, and other glassware – through to entire custom systems. We manufacture our own glassware so have complete flexibility.
How it works: the custom parts process
The Custom Parts Team at Syrris uses a 4-step process when working with customers to produce custom parts for our batch and flow chemistry systems.
After initial discussions with the customer about what they’re trying to achieve, the Custom Parts Team perform a feasibility study to determine if it’s possible, how the part would need to function to perform its role and generate CAD designs of the part.
Following approval from the customer on the feasibility study, the Custom Parts Team manufacture a prototype part to test it. During this part of the process, the customer may visit the Syrris office to see the part in action, or a video recording will be sent to the customer. Several prototypes may be created to determine the best design for the custom part.
Feedback generated from the prototyping stage is used to determine the final CAD design of the custom part, which is then sent to the customer for approval.
Following final design approval by the customer, manufacturing drawings are completed, and then the custom parts are manufactured. The full system is the built including the custom part, and the system is fully tested before being shipped to the customer.
Instructions for use/assembly are generated if required and added as an addendum to the operating manual of the system.
Use the contact form to speak to the Syrris team about your specific applications and requirements.