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Atlas Syringe Pump – automated reagent dosing, sampling or pH control for reactors

The easy-to-use Atlas Syringe Pump offers outstanding versatility

Atlas_Syringe_Pump_PRThe Atlas Syringe Pump, from leading chemistry automation product innovator, Syrris, is a versatile volumetric dosing and/or sampling system consisting of two syringes, with up to six port valves. With the ability to provide two independent refilling flows, one continuous flow, reaction sampling, advanced pH control, as well as temperature dependent dosing, this easy-to-use syringe pump offers unrivalled flexibility. Furthermore, as each syringe can be used to aspirate from, or dispense to, the pump, the two syringes can be configured in a variety of different ways.

With a wide flow rate range of 0.5 µl/min to 10 ml/min, the Atlas Syringe Pump has excellent chemical compatibility as the wetted parts are manufactured in glass, PTFE and PCTFE. Automated reagent addition provides users with the option to dispense simply by volume or flow rate over a given period of time, or to create advanced flow profiles, for example 10 reagents to 1 reactor, 1 reagent to 10 reactors, 5 reagents to 2 reactors, or one continuous flow. As a result, the Atlas Syringe Pump is an extremely versatile system, with this increased operational flexibility making it a valuable tool for a wide range of automated chemistry applications.

The Atlas Syringe Pump can be operated as a stand-alone system, or can be connected to a Reactor Master (for automation of jacketed reactor systems), an Atlas Base, or controlled by a PC. It can also be connected to Atlas pH or temperature sensors for control based on these parameters. Control of pumping based on other parameters such as stirrer speed or turbidity is also possible when operated using the PC software.

For further information about the Atlas Syringe Pump, or the complete portfolio of versatile Atlas products, such as pH monitoring and control system, reaction calorimeter, crystallisation control system, FTIR analysis system, etc. please visit