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Intelligently Dose Chemical Reactors at High Flow Rates with the Atlas Syringe Pump

Published: Thursday, March 01, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, March 01, 2012
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This innovative pump, which is extremely chemically resistant, allows automated volumetric dosing from 100 µl/min to 200 ml/min, providing ultimate flexibility for automated chemistry applications.

The Atlas Syringe Pump XL features two syringes which                                                                           can be independently controlled or combinedAtlas-Syringe-Pump-XL.gif to enable continuous flow at pressures up to 6 bar. Its embedded computer and range of accessories allow it to independently automate sophisticated additions, sample into vials at user-defined intervals or automatically dose acids or bases to maintain a user-defined pH, with built-in safety features to pause the process in the event of an exothermic reaction exceeding a predefined temperature. For even greater control, it can be connected to an Atlas Base Unit, Reactor Master or PC to allow coordination of automated dosing/sampling with other process parameters, such as heating and stirring.


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