Catalytic Processes

FlowCAT SA

FlowCAT SA

The FlowCAT SA - This affordable semi- automated (SA) delivers high pressure flow chemistry catalytic reactions in a compact, bench top unit, ideal for Hydrogenation, Carbonylation or other high-pressure chemistry.

HP ChemSCAN

HP ChemSCAN

This is a highly automated platform that allows parallel screening of catalytic reactions. Each sample can be at a different temperature and pressure and the reaction process (in term of gas consumption) is tracked in real time which provides information on reaction kinetics. Pressure of 200bar and temperature up to 250C is possible.

FlowCAT

FlowCAT

The FlowCAT delivers high pressure flow chemistry catalytic reactions in a compact, bench top unit, ideal for Hydrogenation, Carbonylation or other high-pressure chemistry. The system has the flexibility to deal with homogenous and heterogeneous chemistry in the same unit and can incorporate a combination of gas and liquid feeds.

CATalyst Screening

CATalyst Screening

Several products (CAT 7, 18, 24, 96, polyCAT) are offered under manual control, with samples all at the same temperature and pressure. The PolyCAT allows some degree of automation and ability to vary temperature and pressure among samples. The simplicity of design enables competitive pricing.

HP AutoLAB

HP AutoLAB

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.

HP AutoMATE

HP AutoMATE

With volumes of 16ml to 400ml and pressure of 200bar, this is the world leader in high pressure parallel chemistry. Ease of use, compact design, with a wide range of features including sampling under pressure.

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