Customise your lab with Asynt - by chemists, for chemists

Customise Your Lab


We call it “Asyntise” when we work closely with scientists to customise their lab and create exciting new products which meet a previously unfulfilled requirement.

We can help develop your ideas and, by combining our expertise with yours, create practical tools for your research needs.  These products may be in the form of a one-off custom piece or could evolve into a commercial product useful to a wider audience.


Many of our developments are focused in the research chemistry sector, with our work backed by a team of scientists and engineers with many years of knowledge and experience across a broad range of fields, including:

  • Mechanical engineering of metals, plastics and PTFE
  • Scientific glassblowing
  • Design and engineering of high pressure vessels
  • Electronic design and control


Custom Reactors

We offer a wide range of laboratory reactors, constructed to varying specifications from a number of different materials. Every Asynt reactor vessel is manufactured to order, making it easy to customise and thereby ensuring that it is perfect for your exact requirements.

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Bespoke Solutions

We understand that many of our customers are conducting research in new and highly specialised areas, where sometimes off-the-shelf products cannot meet the exact requirements needed. By working in partnership with you we can help to solve your problems and provide one-off solutions specifically for your needs.

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Little to Large

Our wide range of knowledge, skills and experience gives us the means to create solutions suitable for all sizes from benchtop through to pilot scale, with projects completed in many different areas.

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Commercialise Your Ideas

Working closely with scientists to create exciting new products which meet a previously unfulfilled requirement can lead to a commercially viable product suitable to be launched to the mass market.

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No Material Limits

We understand that chemical compatibility is a key factor when designing any scientific apparatus and we are able to utilise a wide range of materials in our design and manufacturing processes.

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