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.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 50 mL to 50 L.
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 Classic Complete Kit
Designed by chemists at the University of Leeds, bringing Flow Chemistry to every lab.Find out more
A wide range to suit all your chemistry needs.
From manufacturers such as Buchi, Genser & IKA.
XELSIUS Reaction Station
10 independently controlled cells.
Temperature range: -20 ° C to +150 ° C
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.
Flow Chemistry Webinar
fReactor and Flow Chemistry for every lab
The fReactor Flow Chemistry webinar presented by Asynt and the University of Leeds’ Professors John Blacker and Nik Kapur.
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