DrySyn Pear-Shaped Flasks System

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Asynt has developed a version of DrySyn heating block purpose designed to allow scientists to perform safe, productive heating and stirring experiments with pear shaped flasks commonly used with rotary evaporators.

Pear shaped flasks are popular with organic chemists as concentrated samples can be removed much more easily than from a round bottom flask.
Pear-shaped flasks are used for evaporating solutions to dryness post synthesis using a rotary evaporator, the ’rounded V’ shape of the flasks enables solid materials to be scraped out more efficiently than from a round bottomed flask.

Providing excellent heating and stirring performance but without the inherent risks and mess of an oil bath, DrySyn heating blocks help laboratory scientists create a safer, cleaner and more efficient working environment.

  • Made of chemically resistant, anodized aluminium
  • Available blocks for pear-shaped flasks
    • 100 mL
    • 250 mL
    • 500 mL
    • 1000 mL
  • DrySyn heating blocks offer excellent heating performance to over 300ºC
  • The 100 mL, 250 mL and 500 mL blocks work as individual items and can be used on hotplates without the 1000 ml unit.
  • Flasks should be supported with a clamp when using these blocks.
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Asynt has developed a version of DrySyn heating block purpose designed to allow scientists to perform safe, productive heating and stirring experiments with pear shaped flasks commonly used with rotary evaporators.

Pear shaped flasks are popular with organic chemists as concentrated samples can be removed much more easily than from a round bottom flask.
Pear-shaped flasks are used for evaporating solutions to dryness post synthesis using a rotary evaporator, the ’rounded V’ shape of the flasks enables solid materials to be scraped out more efficiently than from a round bottomed flask.

Providing excellent heating and stirring performance but without the inherent risks and mess of an oil bath, DrySyn heating blocks help laboratory scientists create a safer, cleaner and more efficient working environment.