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Atlas Sonolab for particle engineering

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The Atlas SonoLab system is based on Syrris’ Atlas Potassium System for jacketed vessels with the addition of the Prosonix proprietary ultrasonic flow cell, generator and pump. The powerful Atlas Software allows full control of all the important parameters required for sonocrystallization, sonomilling and particle engineering applications. The proprietary ultrasound technology with novel transducer based design, allows reproducible control of crystallizations, enabling selectivity of parameters such as particle size, shape, crystallinity and polymorphism.

The Sonolab is part of Atlas from Syrris, a revolutionary range of modular products, which can form a wide range of lab reactors - designed specifically for research and development chemists. 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.

Features & Benefits

Selective: Significantly improved polymorph, particle size and particle shape selectivity.

Narrow particle size distribution: Advanced control of nucleation and growth rate results in very narrow particle size distribution.

High purity: Sophisticated control results in reduced impurities and trapped solvents.

Reproducible: Automated control of process parameters and nucleation improves batch to batch consistency.

Scalable: Optimized crystallizations on a laboratory scale can be scaled to pilot plant processes and manufacturing using the ProsonitronTM range of products from Prosonix Ltd.

Product quality improvement: Improved formulation consistency, stability and performance of final drug products.

No seeding required: Removing the need for seed crystals avoids issues with consistency and access to the reactor.

Easy to use: No tools required, intuitive “drag and drop” Atlas software and real time data graphed during process.

Excellent temperature control: Sophisticated PID temperature control and accurate sensor feedback results in accurate process performance.

Advanced automation: With the Atlas PC software, the system can introduce ultrasound at accurate temperature points within and around the metastable zone.

Integrated turbidity or FBRM analysis: The Atlas Software allows integration of the Syrris Turbidity Probe or FBRM characterization.

Product Atlas Sonolab for particle engineering
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