HP AutoLAB High-Pressure Reactor
AutoLABs are supplied with stirring and thermal control as standard with a range of Feeds, Probes and PAT options. The system has been designed by chemists with flexibility and ease-of-use uppermost in mind. HEL have been producing jacketed reactors for over two decades - partnering the best components with HEL's intuitive WinISO control software.
Simular Heat-Flow Reaction Calorimet
Available for both Batch & Continuous modes, with applications such as Hydrogenation, Carbonylation & Polymerisation. Configurable with features for monitoring and control of a wide range of features the HP AutoLAB range is available in as many shapes and configurations as there are applications. Designed by chemists for chemists, with flexibility and user ease-of-use uppermost in mind.
Heat-Flow Reaction Calorimeter with on-line result display
The Simular is a reaction calorimeter based around stirred and jacketed reaction vessels. It is a high specification automated chemical reactor with special features that enable rate of heat release from the reaction being performed, to be obtained. This information enables easier and faster scale up of reactions, safety parameters to be cacluated so that accidents can be prevented and has a user interface that makes it accessible to both research chemists and safety experts alike.
MicroNOTE Touch-screen controller
Control reaction stirring, temperature, dosing and pH with MicroNOTE provides a low-cost "Command and Control" solution for laboratory reactors of all kinds. Using HEL's intuitive WinTOUCH control software on a low-profile touchscreen PC with Command, Datalogging and Safety protocols built-in.
Crystal Eyes Solubility monitoring
HEL's Crystallisation screening tool Crystal Eyes incorporates a custom-designed NIR turbidity probe for the monitoring of solubility and MSZW - Available as a stand-alone, hand-held unit, or fully integrated into a stirred vessel with temperature control.
On-line heat flow Calorimetry
On-Line Calorimetry enables approximate heat flow data to be produced from standard jacketed reactors, rather than special calorimeters. The heat release being measured is displayed on-line, as the reaction proceeds and requires no knowledge of calormetery or calcuation by the user. The data enables easier scale up and an understading of hazard potential.