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ThalesNano Announces the Launch of New Products for its H-Cube
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ThalesNano Announces the Launch of New Products for its H-Cube

ThalesNano Announces the Launch of New Products for its H-Cube
Product News

ThalesNano Announces the Launch of New Products for its H-Cube

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ThalesNano Inc. has validated and launched new products and applications for its H-Cube™ bench-top catalytic hydrogenator.

The new series of CatCarts™, ThalesNano's unique catalyst cartridge system for use in its flow reactors, filled with immobilized catalysts will enable scientists to carry out enantio-selective and stereo-selective catalytic hydrogenations while working with the H-Cube™.

These products will be launched at the American Chemical Society's 233rd National Meeting & Exposition, March 25-29, 2007, in Chicago, IL USA.,  Catalytic hydrogenation is one of the cleanest chemical transformations; however its safe handling has so far required expensive and special dedicated facilities.

ThalesNano's H-Cube™ hydrogenation bench top reactor can perform these transformations safely in standard laboratories even at high pressure and temperature. As a result of the extension of the application area, chemists will be able to perform otherwise complicated enantio-selective hydrogenation reactions in H-Cube™ routinely.

Laszlo Urge, CEO of International Operations said: "These new products will widen the application area of the H-Cube™ hydrogenation reactor significantly. Enantio-selective hydrogenation represents an important transformation in the search for novel biologically active compounds, and is a bottleneck in many of the pharmaceutical industrial processes. It also requires a special infrastructure that makes it less appealing for discovery chemistry.

The importance of enantio-selective hydrogenations is underlined by the fact that scientists who were pioneering this field were awarded the Nobel Prize in 2001 for their achievements.

An ever increasing number of chemists throughout the pharmaceutical and biotech industry are utilizing ThalesNano's revolutionary H-Cube™ that makes catalytic hydrogenation in laboratories significantly more effective than traditional methods.

It also allows easy automation even at high temperature and pressure. This enables chemists to carry out catalyst screening and quick process optimization while scanning a wide parameter range. As a result a large number of discovery protocols are currently created and they will be transferred to development and scale up for the production of clinical materials.

Due to the relatively easy scale up with ThalesNano flow reactors, the time required to transfer results from discovery to development could be shortened. Therefore we foresee great potential for entering process chemistry downstream from discovery with this new product family soon."

Dr. Ferenc Darvas, President and Chairman at ThalesNano commented "These products have great potential and will make the work of chemists more effective. We are finding more and more applications that cannot be solved with traditional methods.

It also underlines that ThalesNano is executing a strategy, where we could provide novel solutions not only for the discovery and for the development phases of the pharmaceutical industry, but for the petrochemical, food and cosmetics industry as well. These integrated solutions could effect both discovery and development and could help solve some of the bottlenecks in the R&D areas."