DrySyn Evaluation: Cambridge University Chemistry

DrySyn Evaluation: “Chemical synthesis is most often conducted using stirrer hotplates which are very convenient when the reaction is run at room temperature.  In the Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, we have used oil baths to heat reactions on stirrer hotplates but these are a fire hazard as well as being messy and leave residues which can contaminate other glassware when being washed up.  Although other metal bath type heating options were available, they lacked flexibility and were heavy.  Asynt collaborated with us to design DrySyn MULTI.  The DrySyn MULTI offers us the freedom to heat different sizes of flask and tube at the same time and has a convenient place for a thermocouple for controlled heating. The advantages of the DrySyn MULTI are obvious to even the most hardened researcher.”

Dr Richard Turner, Cambridge University Chemistry

Reference: ASY-EV-126