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DrySyn Spiral Evaporator

Fast and effective parallel evaporation in tubes
without solvent bumping

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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 50 mL to 50 L.
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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fReactor Complete Kit

Designed by chemists at the University of Leeds, bringing Flow Chemistry to every lab.

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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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Posted on: July 30, 2020 introduction to online conferencing and demonstrations from the Asynt team

Today Martyn talks a bit more about how Asynt has adapted during the recent pandemic and how we have kept in regular contact with our customers during lockdown. Continue reading

Asynt newsletter July 2020

Posted on: July 27, 2020 Asynt monthly newsletter July 2020

We are pleased to share our newsletter for July 2020!

Packed full of news, and some fun stuff, it’s definitely worth a read.  We hope you enjoy it! Continue reading

A breath of fresh air!

Posted on: August 4, 2020

Dr Arran Solomonsz recently headed out to the Malvern Hills in the UK for a “staycation” in the fresh, countryside air! How can we bring that back to the lab with us though? Continue reading

Astronauts may be able to make cement using their own urine!

Posted on: July 21, 2020

It sounds ridiculous, of course, but chemist Anna-Lena Kjøniksen and her colleagues have made a cement from urea (major component of urine) and a faux lunar soil. Continue reading

DrySyn OCTO Evaluation: Dr Peter Blencowe, CRUK

Posted on: July 22, 2020

DrySyn OCTO Evaluation:  “We have used the DrySyn OCTO to perform a variety of heterogeneous catalysis reactions under nitrogen to eliminate formation of side products. Using DrySyn OCTO – parallel reactions are very easy to set up saving time on … Continue reading

DrySyn Spiral Evaporator Evaluation: Cresswell Group, University of Bath UK

Posted on: July 13, 2020

The DrySyn Spiral Evaporator from Asynt is enabling the Cresswell Group within the Department of Chemistry at theUniversity of Bath (UK) to improve and streamline many aspects of their synthetic organic methods development. Continue reading

Sub Ambient Synthesis of Novel Gold Organometallic Complexes

Posted on: July 29, 2020

Asynt reports upon the synthesis of novel Gold (Au) organometallic complexes for use by researchers in the School of Chemistry at the University of Bristol (UK) achieved using a DrySyn SnowStorm Reactor and DrySyn Splitter Manifold. Continue reading

User-Friendly Support System for Laboratory Scale Reactions

Posted on: June 11, 2020

The ReactoMate DATUM is a high quality, dual-rod stainless steel and aluminium support system built to ensure the stability and safety of your lab reactor. Find out more! 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

A fresh outlook in chemistry technologies