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The R-Series Integrated Flow Chemistry System

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For the scientist who needs...

  • best in class performance and power but ease of use and an easy learning curve
  • a simple entry level but the capability to upgrade if required for whatever the future might bring
  • the flexibility to deal with a wide range of different reaction scenarios, with easy reconfiguration
  • the reassurance of a system chosen by all the major pharma companies, and mentioned in more than 40 peer reviewed publications to date 

... the Vapourtec R-Series is simply unrivalled.

Product The R-Series Integrated Flow Chemistry System
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