New LightSyn range from Asynt enabling critical temperature control in photochemistry tools

Asynt announces the expansion of it’s unique LightSyn photochemistry platform with a range of accessible heating and cooling temperature control solutions.

With photoreactors designed to suit both batch photochemical reactions and parallel reactions in tubes/vials, global lab experts, Asynt, have launched complimentary bases for the platform which are suitable for both heating and cooling – providing optimum temperature control throughout the users’ reaction.

Take control of the temperature in photochemical reactions with LightSyn

These compact and low-cost bases, with a temperature range of -30 °C to 80 °C when connected to an appropriate circulating thermostat, work alongside the integral cooling fans of the safe and effective photoreactors themselves.  This enables scientists to take complete control of the temperature of their reaction, providing more accurate results and increased repeatability.

LightSyn Illumin8 Cooling BaseLightSyn Illumin8
Parallel photoreactor
LightSyn Lighthouse Heating Cooling Base from Asynt - complete temperature control of your photochemical reactionsLightSyn Lighthouse
Batch photoreactor
fReactor PhotoFLOW module being removed from the fReactor. Photochemistry in Flow Chemistry solution from AsyntfReactor with PhotoFlow
Modular Flow Chemistry & photochemistry system

Further information

To find out more about the Asynt range of photochemistry solutions, including photochemistry in Flow Chemistry, visit us at CHEMUK 2023 on 10th & 11th May, (stand E76) or go to:

New LightSyn range from Asynt enabling critical temperature control in photochemistry tools

Complete temperature control with LightSyn photochemistry solutions from Asynt

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