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Standalone Flow Chemistry Module for Exothermic Reactions

The ColdChip™ enables researchers to experiment with exothermic reactions that need cooled environments

The Coldchip on an abstract ice background

Compact in design, and requiring no input power, the ColdChip™ is optimized for use with the Uniqsis FlowSyn and FlowLab range of flow reactors as well as standalone pumps.

Uniqsis

Uniqsis has launched ColdChip™—a new versatile mixer/reactor module enabling researchers to experiment with different chemistries particularly exothermic reactions that need to be safely run in a cooled environment with highly efficient mixing.

Compact in design, and requiring no input power, the ColdChip™ is optimized for use with the Uniqsis FlowSyn and FlowLab range of flow reactors as well as standalone pumps. Designed to work with most recirculating chiller/heater units—the ColdChip™ can deliver a stable operating temperature (-70ºC to +180 ºC) 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).

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.