Asia 310 Flow Chemistry System
Asia 310 is a flow chemistry system ideal for process optimization as it allows total automation of up to 99 solution phase experiments with 2 flow inputs.
Performing walk-away synthesis has never been so easy. Enter reactor volume, desired temperature and pressure, collection volume and desired ratio of the reagents, then press start. The system automatically controls the syringe pumps, injects the reagents, performs the synthesis, diverts the waste and starts and stops the collections into different vials exactly when the reaction products reach the Automated Collector.
The Asia Syringe Pump offers two ultra smooth, chemically resistant continuous flow channels with wide flow rate ranges and built-in pressure sensors. The Pressurized Input Store gives the possibility of handling air and moisture sensitive reagents by pressurizing the bottles with inert gas. It also improves pumping and smoothness of the liquid flow by minimizing cavitation and bubble formation.
The Asia Chip Climate Controller provides quick and accurate temperature control from -15ºC to +150ºC without the need for a circulator or water cooling. The Asia Pressure Controller allows reactions to be pressurized up to 20bar (300psi) enabling temperatures far in excess of the atmospheric boiling point of the solvent and, as a consequence, increases the reaction rate. The Asia Reagent Injector module enables the chemist to manually load small quantities of reagent into 2 sample loops and then conveniently inject samples into the flowing stream.
All the modules are extremely chemically resistant can either be controlled individually or fully automated by the Asia Pump and Asia Automator. In both modes, data such as flow rate, pressure and temperature is displayed on the front panels. Asia 310 offers chemical reactions with temperatures from sub-zero to superheated 'microwave-like' reactions and residence times from minutes to several hours.
This system is ideal for chemists who wish to carry out fully automated reaction optimization of 2 input reactions in solution phase.