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Syrris pushes the boundaries of temperature control

Atlas Hotter Hotplate Leading chemistry automation product innovator, Syrris has launched the Atlas Hotter Hotplate which enables users to achieve operating temperatures up to 350°C.  The Atlas Hotter Hotplate completes the portfolio of Atlas temperature control modules, allowing the already versatile Atlas automated synthesis system to reach even higher temperatures.

When used in combination with the Atlas Lithium system, the hotter hotplate enables automated reactions in a wide range of round bottom flasks and vials, using Dry Baths. Syrris' Stacking Dry Baths, Triple Dry Baths and Vial Baths all have excellent thermal transfer whilst the exterior remains cool to the touch.

The addition of overhead stirring modules to Atlas Lithium forms the Atlas Sodium conformation, which is ideal for more viscous reactions. The Atlas Sodium can also be supplemented for compatibility with high pressure reactions, up to 200 bar. This makes Atlas the ideal synthesis equipment for a wide range of chemistry from basic heating and cooling to protocols requiring hydrogenation and carbonylation.  

For further information on the Atlas hotter hotplate, as well as the complete range of Atlas automated synthesis systems, including the Atlas Lithium, Sodium and dry bath, please visit

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