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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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Asynt newsletter May 2020

Posted on: May 19, 2020

We are pleased to share our newsletter for May 2020! Packed full of news, and some fun stuff, it’s definitely worth a read.  We hope you enjoy it! Read online without registering here: https://mailchi.mp/asynt/may-2020-newsletter This month’s articles include: New video … Continue reading

Asynt newsletter April 2020

Posted on: April 17, 2020 Asynt Newsletter March 2019

We are pleased to share our monthly newsletter for April 2020 – you can read this online here without registration! Continue reading

What is that SMELL?

Posted on: May 18, 2020

It’s #NationalAsparagusMonth and that means that our own Martyn Fordham will be explaining to our team (it’s an annual event!) that asparagus can give you unusually smelly urine! Continue reading

Have you joined the sour crowd?

Posted on: May 18, 2020

Despite the short supply of flour and yeast, bread making that has been the big lock down phenomenon with sourdough bread taking the number one spot!   Continue reading

CondenSyn Evaluation: Gina Washbourn, University of Liverpool

Posted on: March 27, 2019

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 Saarland

Posted 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

Custom Parallel Reactor Improves Development of Novel Catalysts

Posted on: May 5, 2020

The Chianese Organometallic Chemistry group at Colgate University (Hamilton, NY, USA) are using a custom designed Multicell Parallel High-Pressure Reactor from Asynt to conduct reproducible hydrogenation experiments in parallel, to rapidly determine the kinetic properties of their novel catalysts. Continue reading

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Green Replacement for Water Cooled Condensers

Posted on: April 15, 2020

The CondenSyn Waterless Air Condenser from Asynt is a proven ‘green’ replacement for water cooled condensers and suitable for greater than 95% of all chemical reflux applications. 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