Syrris Established as Market Leader in Flow Chemistry
News Dec 12, 2012
Syrris Ltd has been identified as the leading global provider of flow chemistry equipment in a recent independent report conducted by market research experts Yole Développement.
The Company first established itself as a leader in the rapidly growing flow chemistry microreactor market with the versatile Africa flow chemistry system, and has now secured the largest market share thanks to the introduction of the pioneering Asia flow chemistry microreactor system in 2011.
The Asia series includes a range of innovative modules that can be independently configured to cover a broad variety of applications.
Its user-friendly proprietary technology allows manual or automated experiments, and the modular design makes it suitable for everything from a manually operated starter system to a fully automated reaction optimization setup with integrated analysis.
The Yole report also identifies that continued growth in this market is expected.
Syrris will be well placed to meet this expansion, thanks to a strong development pipeline and continued investment in research into new technologies, with several innovative products currently nearing commercial readiness.
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