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Atlas pH Monitoring and Control System

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The Atlas pH Monitoring and Control Systems are for chemists who perform pH sensitive reactions. They allow the pH value to be monitored and logged throughout a reaction and the pH value to be controlled using the Atlas Syringe Pump by addition of an acid and/or base.

Atlas from Syrris is a family of high performance, low cost synthesis systems that are flexible and truly easy to use. The Atlas pH Monitoring System is based on the Atlas Potassium System for jacketed reactors and the temperature node is replaced by the pH and temperature Node and pH probe.

The pH control system also includes an Atlas Syringe Pump and can therefore be configured to control the pH of a reaction by adding either acid and/or base as necessary to maintain a set pH value. The Syringe Pump will automatically refill with both materials as they become exhausted.

Features & Benefits

Easy to use: All parts click together without the need for tools - the pH and temperature node clips onto the support rods and is automatically detected by the Atlas Base.

Intelligent: pH can be maintained by the addition of an acid and/or base without PC control.

Automatic data logging: All data including pH is shown on the base in real time and automatically logged to a .csv file.

Powerful: Parameters including temperature, stirrer speed and quantity of acid/base added can be controlled from the Atlas Base.

Wide temperature and pH range: pH measurement up to 100°C and pH values 0-14 (note that the rest of the system is suitable for use from -80°C to +200°C).

Temperature compensation: When the pH and temperature are monitored together, the pH is automatically temperature compensated.

Quick: With an easy to use vessel clamping system and integral oil drain unit, Atlas jacketed vessels can be changed in under a minute.

Compact size: Fits conveniently in a regular fume cupboard. Robust: Specifically designed for use in chemical laboratories

Product Atlas pH Monitoring and Control System
Company Syrris Ltd - Product Directory
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Syrris Ltd - Product Directory
Unit 1, Anglian Business Park Orchard Road, Royston Herts SG8 5TW United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1763 242555
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Email: info@syrris.com



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