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Syrris Launches Ultra-Smooth Flow Chemistry Pump
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Syrris Launches Ultra-Smooth Flow Chemistry Pump

Syrris Launches Ultra-Smooth Flow Chemistry Pump
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Syrris Launches Ultra-Smooth Flow Chemistry Pump


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Syrris has announced the launch of its new Asia Syringe Pump. Designed specifically for flow chemistry, the Asia Pump is rated to 20 bar (300 psi) and highly chemically resistant using PTFE (and other fluorinated polymers) and glass. This compact module is designed to offer two independent continuous flow channels, each with an integrated pressure sensor and a flow rate range from 1.0 µl to 10 ml/min.

With the ability to provide a smooth flow rate, the pump is only 23 cm wide. Furthermore, the replacement of components such as valves, syringes or pressure sensors is quick and easy. Flow rate and volume can easily be controlled using the front panel, or via the Asia PC software. The PTFE pressure sensor ensures safe operation by automatically stopping the pumps in the case of over pressure.

Specifically designed for use with the Asia Syringe Pump, the Asia Pressurized Input Store enables four reagents to be stored under an inert gas atmosphere. As a result, an ultra-smooth flow is delivered due to the 1 bar pressure reducing the formation of gas bubbles.
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