Introducing the NEW fReactor!

Asynt has collaborated with the University of Leeds to bring to market their exciting new flow-chemistry platform – the fReactor.

University of Leeds

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 - University of Leeds

Nikil Kapur: Professor of Applied Fluid Mechanics, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds

John Blacker - 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