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Atlas Automated Batch Chemistry Reactor Overview
Syrris Ltd

Atlas is a revolutionary range of modular products, which can form a wide range of lab reactors. Atlas offers manual or automated control of one or many reactions at a time with volumes from 5 litres to 1ml in jacketed reactors, flasks or vials.

Designed specifically for ease of use, all Atlas chemical reactors can be scaled in 3 ways: by volume, automation level, and number of reactions.

What’s more, it’s extremely fast and easy to change configuration from one to another without tools. All of the systems are highly chemically resistant and automated synthesis can be controlled by the hardware or PC software.

Atlas can be configured for specific applications, including, volumetric dosing, pH monitoring and control, calorimetry, turbidity, gravimetric dosing crystallization, FT-IR analysis and many more.

Watch the Atlas chemical reactor Overview video to find out more.

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