Compact in design, and requiring no input power, the ColdChip is optimised for use with the Uniqsis FlowSyn and FlowLab range of flow reactors as well as standalone pumps
UK-based laboratory supplier Uniqsis has launched ColdChip, a mixer/reactor module enabling researchers to experiment with different chemistries, particularly exothermic reactions.
These types of experiments rely on running safely in a cooled environment with highly efficient mixing.
Designed to work with most recirculating chiller/heater units, the ColdChip can deliver a stable operating temperature (-70ºC to +180ºC) and pressure (up to 40 Barr) environment in glass static mixer chips ranging from lower volumes (270µl, 1ml or 2 ml) to single residence time chips (10, 15 and 20 ml).
The ColdChip is optimised for use with the Uniqsis FlowSyn and FlowLab range of flow reactors as well as standalone pumps
To enhance operator safety and ease-of-use the ColdChip includes a PTFE safety cover, a glass window to view the glass static mixer and an open area located at the back for easy access to the glass static mixer inlet/outlet turret connectors.
Since 2007, Uniqsis has specialised in the design and supply of mesoscale continuous flow chemistry systems for a wide range of applications in chemical and pharmaceutical research.