Asynt has introduced the DrySyn OCTO Mini Conversion Kit to enable chemists to efficiently sample reactions performed using their DrySyn OCTO 8-position parallel synthesiser.
Reflecting customer demand, Asynt have continued to expand their range of DrySyn heating block systems for reactions in tubes, vials and flasks.
Asynt reports how the Rannard Group at the Materials Innovation Factory, at the University of Liverpool (UK), uses new technologies supplied by the company to help improve the environmental impact and reduce water and electrical consumption within their materials science discovery laboratories.
Manufactured in the UK, Asynt Lab Safety Shields fit neatly around all major stirrer hotplate brands providing lab scientists with enhanced safety while maintaining easy access to hotplate controls and good all-round visibility of the reaction or process.
Asynt in partnership with the University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK) has developed the new CondenSyn Distillation Adapter as an aid to chemistry labs worldwide seeking to go water-free.
Asynt announces its newest member of the ReactoMate reactor family, the “QUANTUM” support stand is the perfect addition to any process chemistry laboratory.
Asynt reports on an increasing demand for bespoke glass laboratory reactor systems, optimised to meet the exact demands of an application or project.
Asynt announces the new DrySyn Spiral Evaporator – a compact system offering rapid concentration of even high boiling solvents such as DMSO, DMF or water, without the need to heat to high temperatures.
Asynt reports that it has supplied Redbrick Molecular Ltd (Sheffield, UK) with a wide range of synthetic organic chemistry equipment for its new environmentally responsible laboratory.
Asynt has introduced a new attractively priced starter kit based upon its DrySyn Classic heating blocks which are used in thousands of laboratories worldwide.