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Safe Heating of Larger Scale Reactions

Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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New versions of DrySyn Maxi and DrySyn Super Maxi from Asynt.

Asynt has announced new versions of its DrySyn Maxi and DrySyn Super Maxi for labs tasked with larger scale reactions (2000 - 5000ml).

Constructed in solid anodized aluminium - both the DrySyn Maxi and DrySyn Super Maxi deliver outstanding thermal and magnetic transfer efficiency and the durability suitable for use in any laboratory environment.

Design improvements in the latest generation of these products has resulted in improved heat transfer characteristics up to 300°C, faster heating and cooling, and a smaller footprint.

Affordably priced the DrySyn Maxi single position heating block system is designed to accommodate 2000ml or 3000ml flasks.

For 4000ml and 5000ml flasks the DrySyn Super Maxi is the heating block of choice.

Used in combination with a standard hotplate stirrer, DrySyn Maxi and Super Maxi units are proven to outperform the heat-conducting properties of oil baths.

They pose a far lower fire risk and their use makes the clean-up of glassware far easier as there is no residual oil contamination on the outside of the flasks.

In addition to accelerating users chemical reactions - DrySyn Maxi and Super Maxi heating blocks ensure a safer, cleaner, healthier working environment.

The DrySyn Maxi and Super Maxi also provide a superior alternative to heating mantles.

Designed by chemists for chemists, these DrySyn heating blocks provide full unhindered visibility of users reaction.

In addition heat resistant handles allow fast, easy and safe lifting of users reaction flask from the heater/stirrer.

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