The DrySyn Snowstorm MULTI from Asynt provides a simple and highly effective way to perform multiple reactions in parallel across a large temperature range, including sub-ambient chemistries such as organometallic syntheses and controlled rate crystallisation studies down to -60°C.
Stuart has expanded its range of Undergrad hotplate stirrers with two digital models. In order to deliver high levels of control and accuracy, the models include an LED display with an exact, continuous readout of the surface temperature.
When it comes to finding new sources of energy, the Australian Plasma Fusion Research Facility (APFRF) is looking onwards and upwards - quite literally, in fact.
The DrySyn range of heating blocks from Asynt allows even heating of round-bottom flasks, simply by adding a heating block to existing flat-plated hotplates. The range is a flexible, modular system giving the user control over temperature and the ability to use one hotplate for multiple reactions.
The Priorclave C60 top-loading autoclave is suitable for laboratories with limited floor space or a high-density load requirement. The product is equipped with castors, enabling it to be easily moved when required, and easily plugs into a 13 A socket to power up.
The Labwit forced-air drying ovens are engineered for daily work - from routing simple glassware-drying sterilisation applications up to 200-300°C, to complex controlled-heating applications, eg, aging, bonding, curing, heat treat annealing, stress relieving, burn-in, hardening test purposes, etc.
Monowave EDU, a microwave synthesis reactor from Anton Paar, is suitable for people in academic research who benefit from minimised reaction times. The unit comes with consumables that can be re-used many times.
The Australian Plasma Fusion Research Facility (APFRF) has been officially launched at the Australian National University (ANU). The laboratory has been significantly upgraded thanks to a Commonwealth investment of $7.9 million from the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Scheme (NCRIS) and associated programs.
The Stuart SMP 30 melting point apparatus can hold up to three melting point tubes simultaneously. The optimised heating block has a maximum temperature of 400°C and has a variable ramp up between 0.5 and 10°C, in 0.1°C increments.
LabFriend sells both the CC and MPC models of thermostatic baths with polycarbonate tanks from Huber. Both are classical constructed laboratory circulators with an open bath style.
The EchoTherm Model HS65 Programmable Digital Stirring Hot Plate, with five stirring positions, is suitable for use in chemical, pharmaceutical, environmental, biochemical and other laboratories where reproducible, hands-off sample preparation and experimentation is important.
Heidolph magnetic stirrers are said to provide good quality, reliability and replicable results. The product provides flexibility and a variety of uses due to the large amount of compatible accessories - from reaction blocks for round-bottom flasks to temperature probes.
Monash University's School of Chemistry has invested in a range of Asynt DrySyn Multi heating block systems to support its groundbreaking research in photovoltaics, water splitting and nanoimaging.
The Thermo Scientific VersaCool refrigerated circulating bath features a headless, coil-less design. It is suitable to be used as a recirculating refrigerated bath or heated circulator and can be used on or under a bench, fume hood, industrial or mobile installations.
A line of sophisticated circulating water baths that make it simple to create and run multistep ramp and soak temperature programs, as well as frequently used single temperature testing protocols, is now available from PolyScience.