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Home > Press > Syrris video demonstrates how diverse application areas are benefitting from Asia Flow Chemistry systems

Abstract:
Syrris - a world leader in flow product innovation ­- has released a Flow Chemistry Applications video succinctly describing the many and varied applications of this microchemistry technique. The video shows how diverse fields of work, including synthetic chemistry, reaction optimization, hazardous reactions, nanoparticle synthesis, kinetic studies and biofuel production, are already benefitting from performing flow synthesis with Asia reactors. It explains how the system's wide pressure and temperature ranges allow solvents to be superheated, accelerating reaction rates up to a thousand times. Process safety is also significantly enhanced as only small quantities of material react at any given time, minimizing exothermic reactions and the production of hazardous intermediates.

Syrris video demonstrates how diverse application areas are benefitting from Asia Flow Chemistry systems

Royston, UK | Posted on September 18th, 2013

Viewers of the Flow Chemistry Applications video will discover that Asia systems are widely used in academia and chemistry-related industries, and are ideal for reaction optimization, allowing rapid variation of parameters such as reaction time, temperature, concentration and ratio of reagents, as well as offering easy process scale-up. For automatic initiation of reaction protocols, worklists comprising hundreds of experiments can be created in minutes - or imported from Design of Experiment software - using automated Asia systems. Quantitative analysis of each set of conditions can be performed automatically by diluting and diverting reaction aliquots to an LCMS or UPLC system using the Asia Sampler and Dilutor.

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About Syrris Limited
Syrris is world renowned for excellence in chemical reactor systems and is a world leader in flow chemistry systems. Established in 2001, Syrris employs over 30 scientists and engineers at its facility in Royston (near Cambridge, UK) and has offices in the US, Japan, India and Brazil plus over 30 distributors worldwide.

Syrris develops laboratory automation products for research and development chemists in industries such as pharma, petrochem, agrochem, fine chemical synthesis etc. as well as academia. Syrris products are used in a wide variety of applications and laboratories including process, discovery, crystallization, process safety, scale-up and many more.

Syrris products include the innovative range of fully automated batch reactor products (Atlas), a manually operated jacketed reactor platform (Globe) and flow chemistry systems (Asia and Africa). In recognition of its technological achievements, Syrris has been awarded the “Eastern Region’s UKTI Best Established Exporter” and the “Most Outstanding Export Achievement” at the Global Opportunity Conference on International Trade. Syrris’ Asia Flow Chemistry system was the recipient of a prestigious 2012 R&D award.

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St Neots, UK
Tel. +44 (0)1480 405333
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