User-Friendly Support System for Laboratory Scale Reactions
Jul 07 2020 Read 212 Times
The ReactoMate DATUM from Asynt is a high quality, dual-rod stainless steel and aluminium support system built to ensure the stability and safety of your lab reactor. Sturdy, yet compact, the ReactoMate DATUM support system can accommodate a wide range of reaction vessels from 100 mL up to 5000 mL.
Designed with user-friendliness in mind, the ReactoMate DATUM support system incorporates a suite of innovative features.
Changing a vessel supported by the ReactoMate DATUM is as simple as ‘Clip & Click’. The novel neck clamp allows fast changeover between reactor vessel sizes thereby enabling simple reaction scale-up, whilst the ingenious mounting mechanism ensures excellent stability and alignment every time.
The Reactomate DATUM support system is fully compatible with all leading brands of overhead stirrers and circulator heating/cooling systems. Designed by chemists for chemists, low-friction polymer bearings line both the overhead stirrer alignment chuck and the neck support to ensure smooth and easy operation.
Ideally suited for use within a benchtop fume hood, adjustable feet allow you to level the ReactoMate DATUM support system ensuring stability and security while you work. Each DATUM system is also supplied with a moulded drip tray that fits perfectly within the base of the support, for safely catching any drips and spills from the reaction vessel during draining.
With a wide range of accessories and upgrades available, including drain manifolds and automation packages, the ReactoMate DATUM support system really is the perfect all-rounder for laboratory scale reactions.
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