With a worldwide network of distribution partners, you can shop locally for all of your favourite Asynt products. We would like to take the opportunity to recognise all the hard work from these partners in our Asynt Distributor Awards 2021 – read on to see who’s won!
Asynt reports on how chemistry labs, seeking to minimise water wastage, are electing to replace Liebig-style water condensers with their CondenSyn waterless air condenser, for both reflux and distillation reactions.
You’d have to have your head under a blanket to avoid the whole “new year, new me” frenzy that appears to have taken over the world of social media this January. We’re using this January to consider things that we might actually want to change that would make a real difference!
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.
Cape Town is in the shocking situation of being the first major city in the modern era to face the threat of running out of drinking water. I see regular posts on social media sites from friends in that area and this is very real.
We are proud to share a recent case study on the Asynt CondenSyn waterless air condensers from King’s College London which forms part of their “Sustainability Champions” work.
We were absolutely thrilled to see this fantastic video that the team at Concept Life Sciences shared where they offer their opinion on the CondenSyn waterless air condenser.
Our very own, Walter (the water droplet) has been busy! He’s been out on tour, visiting some very special places all around the world to spread the news about water saving tools and practices!
Asynt reports on an independent evaluation, from a leading UK university, detailing the performance of the CondenSyn MINI air condenser for safe use in their research and teaching laboratories.
Did you know that the CondenSyn waterless air condensers come in a range of sizes to suit every fume cupboard?