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DrySyn OCTO

NEW: DrySyn OCTO Parallel Synthesizer.
Conduct synthetic reactions under an inert atmosphere

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DrySyn heating & cooling blocks

Safe, clean synthesis in single or parallel format. Designed to suit flasks or vials.

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Pressure Reactors

Designed and engineered in the UK. Benchtop to pilot scale from low to high pressure.

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ReactoMate

Laboratory reactor systems from 50ml to 50L.
Manufactured to order in the UK

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CondenSyn Waterless Condensers

A unique glass condenser, handmade individually in the UK, that requires no cooling water for operation.

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Find out how you can save the planet and some cash in your laboratory with CondenSyn, the air condenser from Asynt. With no water there is no risk of flooding, no issues with leakage, and you can leave the apparatus running over night without worrying...

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Asynt & Cloup at RICT 2018

Posted on: May 23, 2018

We are pleased to confirm that we will be joining our distribution partner, Cloup (based in France), at RICT 2018 which takes place in Strasbourg, France – July 4-6, 2018. Continue reading

May 2018 Newsletter

Posted on: May 15, 2018 Asynt newsletter

We are pleased to share our new newsletter for May 2018!

This month we have some great topical blogs featuring custom laboratory tools with inspiration from the latest Marvel movie, Infinity War, news of our adventures and efforts around the world, some light-hearted Royal chemistry, and more so please take a look! Continue reading

Some kind of Royal chemistry

Posted on: May 15, 2018

We presume, as with any impending marriage, that a lot of chemistry comes in to play but with any big reaction there’s a certain amount of responsibility to make sure you’ve considered all the related facts.  I wouldn’t want to be the person checking off the lists prior to the Royal Wedding this Saturday! Continue reading

Asynt Royal Wedding tribute

Worldwide White Coat Walk

Posted on: May 14, 2018

The Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Departments at Queen’s University Belfast are organising the Worldwide White Coat Walk on 6th June 2018 in an effort to raise both awareness and much needed funds for research in to cancer treatments. Continue reading

QUB Worldwide White Coat Walk

CondenSyn Evaluation: Joshua Moore, University of Manchester

Posted on: July 19, 2017

Overall verdict: Does exactly the same job as a traditional condenser with a lot less work, more safely & is basically idiot proof Continue reading

DrySyn Evaluation: Laura Spawls, University of East Anglia

Posted on: April 7, 2017

DrySyn Evaluation: “I like the DrySyn Scholar, because they negate the need for oil baths, thereby reducing mess and increasing the ease of use for students. They are well made (survived many a student drop) and robust, whilst there versatility … Continue reading

Entry level support stand for lab reactors

Posted on: May 11, 2018

Asynt announces its newest member of the ReactoMate reactor family, the “QUANTUM” support stand is the perfect addition to any process chemistry laboratory. Continue reading

Early Discovery Chemistry Workflow Benefits from Parallel Synthesiser

Posted on: April 5, 2018

Asynt reports on how a DrySyn OCTO 8-position parallel synthesiser has benefited early stage discovery chemistry at Cancer Research UK (Cambridge, UK). Continue reading

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Since inception, we have developed the DrySyn range (a clean, safe alternative to oil baths and heating mantles) both reducing costs in purchasing/disposal of oil and a 35% reduction in energy consumption

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