Providing more flexibility and broader synthesis capabilities
Uniqsis has added modular flow systems based on its Binary Pump Module (BPM) and FlowSyn flow reactor technology to its portfolio to provide users with greater flexibility and broader synthesis capabilities.
The Cambridge, UK-based firm developed the original two-channel FlowSyn flow reactor system as a fully integrated ‘one box’ solution to make continuous flow chemistry accessible to anyone with an interest in exploring this field of research.
As users and applications have become more sophisticated, Uniqsis has developed more powerful and sophisticated FlowSyn systems, culminating in the FlowSyn Auto LF capable of executing multi-step, multi-reagent experiments completely automatically and unsupervised.
The Cambridge, UK-based firm has now developed the BPM, a stand-alone two-channel high-pressure reagent delivery system, which can form the basis of a modular continuous flow system. Uniqsis supplies a range of reactor modules and accessories for this purpose, including column, coil and chip reactors, heating and cooling modules, fraction collectors and data collection and reporting modules.
Capable of pumping up to 100ml/min and operating at up to 200 bar, the BPM is available in a choice of three flow paths – PTFE, stainless steel and Hastelloy – for optimum chemical compatibility. To help users configure systems for their applications, Uniqsis includes an interactive system builder on its website.