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.Find out more
Designed and engineered in the UK. Benchtop to pilot scale from low to high pressure.Find out more
Laboratory reactor systems from 50ml to 50L.
Manufactured to order in the UK
CondenSyn Waterless Condensers
A unique glass condenser, handmade individually in the UK, that requires no cooling water for operation.Find out more
fReactor Complete Kit
NEW - designed by chemists at the University of Leeds, bringing Flow Chemistry to every lab.Find out more
A fresh outlook in chemistry technologies
At Asynt, our aim is to develop, supply and support new and novel products and services central to the laboratory.
Save the planet, and your cash!
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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The reflux condenser worked really well with all of the solvents I used (DMF, Ethanol, DCM, water, MeCN and acetone) with no ‘bumping’ up the condenser that I have seen with water based ones. Continue reading
DrySyn & CondenSyn Evaluation: Alwin Hartman, Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research SaarlandPosted on: March 27, 2019
We recently faced severe water damage due to a water hose that had snapped. Using waterless condensers would definitely have prevented this incident. Continue reading
The DrySyn ChilliBlock from Asynt allows you to undertake sensitive biological assays in a temperature-controlled manor, vastly reducing the risk of expensive biological samples, reagents or enzymes degrading due to adverse temperature conditions. Continue reading
The DrySyn OCTO Mini reaction station from Asynt is enabling researchers to optimise and expand the applications of HydRegen – an innovative, heterogeneous biocatalytic hydrogenation technology currently under development within the group of Prof. Kylie Vincent at the University of Oxford (UK). Continue reading