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Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter

The Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter is a High-Performance Calorimeter for Heat Flow and Power Compensation Analysis.

Product Overview

The Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter is a state-of-the-art tool designed for chemical reaction monitoring. With capabilities for both Heat Flow Calorimetry (HFC) and Power Compensation Calorimetry (PCC), it offers precise control and analysis of exothermic and endothermic reactions. Suitable for pharmaceutical and chemical research, the Atlas HD provides a wide temperature range, automated dosing, and easy data analysis, making it a valuable asset for chemists and researchers alike.

Features & Benefits

HFC and PCC

Versatile Reaction Analysis

Temperature Control

Precision and Safety

Wide Temperature Range

Diverse Applications

Key applications

  • Heat Flow Calorimetry (HFC) and Power Compensation Calorimetry (PCC): Two modes for versatile analysis.
  • Reaction Temperature Control: Ensures accurate and safe calorimetry.
  • Exotherm and Endotherm Analysis: Detailed insights into reaction kinetics.
  • Vacuum Jacketed Reactors: Offers a wide vessel volume range (50 mL to 5 L).
  • Temperature Range (-90°C to 250°C): Suitable for various chemical processes.
  • Automated Dosing: Enhances precision and repeatability.
  • Reaction Calorimetry Software: Simplifies data analysis and reporting.
  • Stirring Options: Provides flexibility in mixing and agitation.
  • In-situ FTIR and Other Sensors: Enables real-time monitoring. 

About the Water Washout Tester

In the ever-evolving field of chemical and pharmaceutical research, understanding and safely controlling chemical reactions is paramount. The need for a tool that can accurately monitor, control, and analyse reactions along with providing essential safety data is evident. The Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter by Syrris fulfils this need.

The Atlas HD’s capabilities for both Heat Flow Calorimetry (HFC) and Power Compensation Calorimetry (PCC) provide a versatile platform for analysing various chemical reactions. Its precise reaction temperature control ensures that reactions are conducted safely, while its ability to analyse exotherms and endotherms provides detailed insights into reaction kinetics.

Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter Solution for Advanced Chemical Reaction Monitoring - HFC and PCC measurements
Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter Solution for Advanced Chemical Reaction Monitoring - Flexible

Furthermore, the Atlas HD’s features such as vacuum jacketed reactors, a wide temperature range, automated dosing, and easy data analysis make it a comprehensive solution for chemical reaction monitoring. Its compatibility with in-situ FTIR and other sensors enables real-time monitoring, enhancing the understanding of complex reactions.

Whether it’s a pharmaceutical company seeking to develop new drugs, a chemical research institution exploring novel reactions, or an academic laboratory teaching the next generation of chemists, the Atlas HD offers a robust and user-friendly solution. Its high performance, flexibility, and ease of use make it an invaluable asset for anyone involved in chemical and pharmaceutical research.

"The Atlas HD Reaction Calorimeter from Syrris is a versatile
tool for chemical reaction calorimetry, offering easy operation
and precise data in chemical research."

Product FAQ's

The Atlas HD can analyse both exothermic and endothermic reactions, suitable for various chemical and pharmaceutical applications.

The Atlas HD offers precise reaction temperature control, with a range of -90°C to 250°C, ensuring safe and accurate calorimetry.

Yes, the Atlas HD can interface with in-situ FTIR and other sensors for real-time monitoring and analysis.

The Atlas HD features fully automated control with state-of-the-art software, quick setup, and easy data analysis, making it accessible to regular chemists.

Yes, the Atlas HD offers a vessel volume range of 50 mL to 5 L, making it suitable for various scales of reactions.

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