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FutureChemistry Launches FlowStart Evo


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FutureChemistry has launched FlowStart Evo. This product is an important evolution from FlowStart, which has made microreactor technology accessible for many chemical laboratories at universities and companies around the world.

FlowStart Evo now fully integrates all functions for flow chemistry into one easy to use instrument.

Flow chemistry is a fast growing technology for safer and cleaner production of essential chemicals for e.g. pharmacy and food industry.

Unique properties of the new instrument include a high level of ease-of-use, a smaller footprint and stand-alone capabilities, which means the instrument can be used without the need of a computer or laptop.

In FlowStart Evo, one single microreactor can function as one complete chemical factory. Small glass microreactors enable chemists to perform chemical reactions using small quantities. These reactions can later be scaled for industrial applications relatively easily.

FutureChemstry developed FlowStart Evo in cooperation with Micronit Microfluidics in Enschede, world leader in a fast growing market of glass microfluidics.

Ronny van ’t Oever, Managing Director of Micronit Microfluidics: “FlowStart Evo is the first truly easy to use small scale platform for chemists. It is an excellent example that microreactor technology now reaches an accepted and mature stage”.

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