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28. April 2022

New Product Launch - Reactor-Ready Filter Reactor

Radleys have launched a new Reactor-Ready Filter Lab Reactor which allows synthesis and filtration in a single jacketed vessel setup, ideal for crystallisation, reaction workups and product isolation.

The Reactor-Ready Filter Lab Reactor combines a jacketed lab reactor and a filter into one compact benchtop system. This allows users to isolate their product without having to manually transfer their material from reactor to a separate filter, saving time and reducing product losses. Users can easily upgrade their existing Reactor-Ready to a filter reactor or invest in a standalone, dedicated filter system.

The unique 1 and 2 litre filter vessels feature a jacketed design that extends right down to the filter plate for precise temperature control of your entire vessel contents. The filter vessels come with a chemically resistant PTFE or PEEK, leak free filter base that can use pre-cut filter membranes in a variety of porosities and materials, or users can cut their own material to size. The innovative swivel filter plate support allows for simple alignment of the filter base with the vessel and easy collection of the filter cake.

Learn more about the new product here

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