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Radleys’ Reaction Station Meeting Chemistry Demand

publication date: Dec 4, 2018
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author/source: Radleys

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In May 2017 Radleys, UK based chemistry equipment and laboratory tools manufacturer, launched Mya 4, a brand new reaction station that has since benefited many businesses and laboratories with improved flexibility, efficiency and space-saving.

Meeting the demands of the modern lab in over 14 countries, Mya 4’s introduction to the market has been hugely successful, making chemistry more productive than ever.

In the past year and a half, multiple businesses have reaped success from using Mya 4 to improve their laboratory operations, such as the R&D department at Purolite Life Sciences. So much so that a year after the installation of their first Mya 4 station, Purolite has just invested in a second machine.

Dr Patrick Gilbert from Purolite, was looking for better temperature control of temperatures close to room temperature, as well as data logging of experiments, and he commented “The fact that the unit is so versatile is a strong advantage – on previous systems I have looked at, the flask size was limited to 1 or 2 options.

“In all fairness, I would have loved one two years ago, so I could have used it as the workhorse for most of the project.”

Within a few weeks of being installed, Mya 4 was already making a huge difference in the Purolite lab. Used every day for agarose R&D work, Mya 4 enables projects Purolite could not do before. Experiments are now directly scalable to pilot plant scale but also performed in smaller batches, which means less cost and less waste.

Mya 4 is a 4-zone reaction station that offers precise heating, active cooling, software control and data logging for 24/7 unattended chemistry. The versatility of Mya 4 allows users to have more control over their chemistry than ever before.

The Reaction Station allows for multiple experiments with individual control in a single compact benchtop system. Mya 4 provides ultimate flexibility: independent control over 4 zones, with active cooling and heating from -30 °C to +180 °C, a wide choice of vessels from 2 ml to 400 ml, and magnetic or powerful overhead stirring.

Mark Radley, Managing Director of Radleys, is looking forward to seeing how Mya 4 can continue to dramatically improve chemistry productivity. He commented “Our team of expert engineers and chemists have sought to solve the problem of multi-tasking chemistry with Mya 4. We have been blown away by all the positive feedback surrounding Mya 4, and all the success stories of our happy customers.

“Safer and more productive chemistry is at the heart of everything we do at Radleys. We look forward to enabling increased productivity in the world of chemical research.”

 

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