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Coil reactors - Homogeneous Reactions

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Cylinders.gifUniqsis offers interchangeable coil reactors in a range of sizes (2 ml to 20 ml) and materials (perfluoropolymer, stainless steel, Hastelloy?). These are fabricated from 1 mm internal diameter tubing wound onto an aluminium mandrel.

Smaller volume coils can be utilised for optimisation minimising material usage. Larger coils meet the requirements for scale up or longer residence times. Additional coil reactor volumes can be obtained by winding with tubing of diffferent internal dimensions.

The coil reactors are mounted on a purpose-built heated reactor module and can be changed in seconds. Reaction temperatures can be accurately controlled up to 260 °C.

Coil reactors can be re-wound if necessary (for example if they they are inadvertently blocked and can't be cleared). Note: When using perfluoropolymer tubing, this should be replaced periodically as a matter of course since it becomes 'fatigued' after repeated heat and pressure cycling. 


  • Flexible - A range of materials and sizes are available for maximum chemical compatibility
  • Safety - FlowSyn limits temperature and pressure limit based on the coil material
  • High Performance - Coil design ensures excellent heat transfer
  • Visibility - Reactions performed in perfluoropolymer tubing are clearly visible through the glass coil cover
  • Sizes from 2 ml to 20 ml available
  • LT Teflon for temps up to 100 °C
  • HT Teflon for temps up to 150 °C
  • Stainless steel or Hastelloy for temps up to 260 °C
Product Coil reactors - Homogeneous Reactions
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