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Nottingham further invest in green chemistry laboratory

The School of Chemistry at the University of Nottingham (UK) has placed a sizeable order with Asynt to upgrade their undergraduate teaching facilities with DrySyn Scholar Plus heating block systems.



Developing better performing catalysts

The SDG Group has selected the Asynt DrySyn MULTI and parallel synthesis kits to provide them with a safer, more convenient and productive way of synthesising novel organometallic compounds



Optimised bespoke glass laboratory reactors

Asynt develops 20-litre jacketed glass laboratory reactor vessel with a bespoke 30mm diameter zero dead space bottom run off valve



Self-regenerating purifier for chromatography gases

Asynt has introduced GasTrap gas purifiers for analytical laboratories using Gas Chromatography, High Performance Liquid Chromatography or Mass Spectrometry instrumentation



Parallel evaporation in heating blocks

Asynt, in conjunction with Biochromato, have developed the new DrySyn Spiral Evaporator which enables scientists to evaporate tubes directly in DrySyn synthesis blocks up to 12 samples at a time



Compact solution for parallel blending/formulation experiments

Vortex Blend not only economises valuable lab space but also ensures that parallel experiments have identical stirring rate and heating rate/temperature conditions



Synthesis and evaporation in pear-shaped flasks

Pear-shaped flasks are popular with organic chemists as concentrated samples can be removed much more easily than from a round bottom flask.



A safety guide for using laboratory heating blocks

Asynt in conjunction with the Department of Chemistry, University of St Andrews (UK) and Advanced Chemical Safety Inc. (USA) have produced an 8-page illustrated document to provide laboratory staff with an IN BEST PRACTICE GUIDE to safe use of heating block systems.



Versatile parallel synthesis product range

Asynt has designed its range of products for parallel synthesis to share standard parts (inserts) for reaction tube, vial and round-bottom flask based reactions.



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