Asynt has collaborated with the University of Leeds to bring to market their exciting new flow-chemistry platform – the fReactor.
Designed by chemists and engineers from within the Institute of Process Research and Development the fReactor is simple to assemble and modify, making it suitable for a wide range of continuous-flow processes.
Unlocking the Power of Flow Chemistry
Nikil Kapur: Professor of Applied Fluid Mechanics, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds
John Blacker: Professor of Process Chemistry & Director of the Institute of Process Research & Development, University of Leeds
Now available to pre-order, find out more on our product listing here: https://www.asynt.com/product/freactor-complete-kit/