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Atlas FT-IR Spectrometer System

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The Atlas FT-IR System is a high performance, automated laboratory reactor with an integrated mid-IR spectrometer. The combination of the Syrris Atlas and Bruker Optics Matrix-MF makes it ideal for real-time analysis of chemical reactions and processes.

The FT-IR Spectrometer 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

Real time, in situ, quantitative analysis: Can be used for analysing product yield, impurities, reaction kinetics, mechanism, end point, etc.

Easy to upgrade: Calorimetry, pH control, gravimetric or volumetric reagent addition, crystallizations, parallel reactions, etc.

Wide temperature and pressure range: -80°C to +180°C and vacuum to 300bar† (†with custom reactors).

Fully automated with integrated analysis: Fully automated reactor control. IR data from the Matrix-MF can be displayed alongside other process data in the Atlas Software.

Wide range of vessel sizes: 50ml, 100ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1L, 2L, 3L* and 5L* (*with remote mount).

Quick change vessel: The oil drain unit, jacketed vessel clamp, auto aligning stirrer and quick oil connectors allow vessels to be changed in under a minute.

Wide wave number range: Analysis is possible from 3,500 to 560cm-1

Easy to use: Twist and click knob, large display and intuitive “drag and drop” software.

Robust: An extremely chemically resistant reactor system and FTIR probe with vibration resistant optics.

Compact: The Atlas footprint of 23cm (9”) square and Matrix-MF footprint of 30cm (12”) square easily fits into fume cupboards.

Product Atlas FT-IR Spectrometer 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
Fax: +44 (0) 1763 242 992
Email: info@syrris.com



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