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Asia Pump Experiences Global Success

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Syrris has experienced global success with its Asia Pump for applications within flow chemistry. Having sold over 40 continuous flow pumps since its launch in March 2010, Syrris has shipped units to laboratories and academic institutions in numerous countries, including Spain, USA, Japan, Korea, Norway and Hungary.

The Asia pump offers two independent, continuous flow channels for a smooth flow rate, each with an integrated pressure sensor and flow rate range from 1.0 µl to 10 ml/min. Rated 20 bar (300 psi), the pump is 23 cm wide and uses only glass and PTFE or other fluorinated polymers, making it chemically resistant. Flow rate and volume are controlled via the front panel, or the Asia software, and the incorporation of a PTFE sensor ensures safe operation by automatically stopping flow when pressure exceeds a maximum value, the company says.

Designed for use with the Atlas Syringe Pump, the Asia Pressurized Input Store allows four reagents to be stored under an inert gas atmosphere. Providing 1 bar pressure, an ultra-smooth flow can be delivered due to the elimination of input cavitation and gas bubble formation at high flow rates.