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Syrris Launch new Atlas Calorimetry System

Date Posted: Friday, August 01, 2008

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Syrris has introduced the Atlas Calorimetry System for Heat Flow Calorimetry (HFC) and Power Compensatory Calorimetry (PCC) measurement. This high-performance system can generate power and enthalpy graphs at the click of a button.

This, combined with the simple configuration of reaction temperatures, dosing quantities and alarms will provide chemistry laboratories with an accurate calorimetry system, Syrris say.

The fully automated calorimetry system can provide temperature control with accurate results. Furthermore, all the components of the system click together, removing the need for any tools and enabling the vessels or stirrer to be changed in under 1 minute. Available with a 250 ml, 500 ml, 1 L or 2 L vacuum jacketed vessel, this highly flexible system can be used for the vast majority of HFC or PCC investigations.

Reaction temperatures, reagent addition and pre/post run calibration, are all controlled automatically. The software automatically controls the operation of all experimental parameters, providing performance with user friendly operation.

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