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The Uniqsis ColdChip™: A Standalone Flow Chemistry Module for Exothermic Reactions

The Uniqsis ColdChip™: A Standalone Flow Chemistry Module for Exothermic Reactions


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The Uniqsis ColdChipTM is a versatile standalone glass static mixer module that is compatible with either a single residence time chip 10, 15 and 20 ml or up to two lower volume chips 270µl, 1ml or 2 ml. The Uniqsis ColdChipTM has been designed to work with many commercially available recirculating chiller/heater units connected via inlet and outlet M16 connectors located on the back of the device.

The Uniqsis ColdChipTM comes with a PTFE safety cover with glass window to view the glass static mixer and an open area located at the back for easy access to the glass static mixer inlet/outlet turret connectors.
The flexible ColdChip can be used with any Uniqsis flow chemistry system. For example, the Uniqsis FlowSyn and FlowLab range of flow reactors and can also be used with standalone pumps.

The Uniqsis ColdChipTM is an ideal tool for chemistry researchers to experiment with different chemistries particularly exothermic reactions where these can be run safely in a cooled environment with highly efficient mixing. The ColdChip requires no power input and is a very compact unit occupying minimal bench space.

Key Features
• Temperature range: ambient to -70ºC - +180 ºC
• Maximum pressure 40 Bar
• Takes 2 small or one large glass chip
• Compatible with market leading recirculating heater/chillers
• No electrical power required
• Compact design: dimensions 175mm x 185mm x 70mm
• Comes with internal temperature sensor


About Uniqsis
Since 2007, Uniqsis has specialised in the design and supply of mesoscale continuous flow chemistry systems for a wide range of applications in chemical and pharmaceutical research. The company’s aim is to make flow chemistry easily accessible to both novices and experienced users.