The Cold Coil II Flow Reactor Module is designed to provide a flexible, entry-level solution for low temperature flow chemistry applications
Uniqsis offers a range of reactor modules designed to enable labs, with a limited budget, to build flow chemistry systems without compromising performance considerations.
Used in conjunction with an external thermoregulation circulator the Cold Coil II can maintain stable temperatures between -78°C and +150°C for extended periods of time. A glass cover is provided with the Cold Coil II to eliminate convective effects within fume cupboards. A vacuum jacketed glass cover is also available and is recommended for use with the device at very low temperatures. The Cold Coil II is compatible with all Uniqsis coil reactors, from 2.0ml up to 60 ml capacity. An adapter can be fitted to the top of the cold coil module to support various glass static mixer chips
With an operating temperature range of ambient to +300°C, the HotCoil reactor heating module represents a cost-effective entry solution into flow chemistry. Simply add your own pumps to create a basic flow chemistry system. With its clear bright LED display and simple 'push-to-set' controller, the HotCoil is ideally suited to stand-alone operation. Alternatively, it can be controlled directly by the Uniqsis FlowSyn integrated flow chemistry system, Binary Pump Module, or using FlowControl system control software. The HotCoil is also compatible with a range of glass and stainless-steel column reactor/accessories to support various Catalyst/Enzymatic screening applications.
HotChip is a standalone heater module that provides precise temperature control of flow chemistry glass static mixer (GSM) chip reactors. The Uniqsis range of chemically resistant borosilicate glass chip reactor blocks can be used as static mixers to ensure effective mixing before a coil reactor or to perform fast exothermic reactions where reaction times are often less than 1 minute. Available in sizes from 270µl to 20 ml - GSM chips from Uniqsis can be used to perform reactions from -80°C to over 230°C.