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New, Easy-to-use Autosampler for Laboratory Reaction Sampling

Syrris further broadens Atlas Syringe Pump functionality

Syrris, a leading chemistry automation product innovator, has introduced the new Atlas Autosampler Module and Autosampler Probe. By connecting to one of the Atlas Syringe Pump valves, the innovative new module and probe operate in combination to aspirate up to six samples from the reactor at user-defined intervals. As the latest addition to the extensive Atlas product range, this allows automated dosing to a reactor from one syringe while taking 6 samples using the other syringe or simply taking 12 samples.

autosampler_moduleThe Autosampler Module holds six 2 ml HPLC vials and can be mounted on the provided support rods. The Syringe Pump with 6 port selection valve is then able to sequentially aspirate samples from the reactor into the vials using the Autosampler Probe, which is located after the Autosampler Module. The Autosampler probe consists of six polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) pipes encased in a chemically resistant PTFE and glass sheath. It can be placed inside a jacketed reactor lid port, and quickly and easily connected to the Autosampler Module.

The Atlas Syringe Pump is a flexible module for volumetric dosing that consists of two syringes with six port valves and can be configured into either two refilling flows or one continuous flow. Furthermore, a choice of dosing modes allows simple reagent additions or the active control of parameters such as pH and temperature using Atlas sensors. With the ability to be operated in standalone mode, or be controlled via the Atlas base unit or PC software, users are provided with a versatile instrument, which allows automated reagent addition or autosampling with data logging.

The Atlas Syringe Pump forms part of the Atlas family of high-performance automated systems for research and development chemistry. For further details on the Syringe Pump, the Autosampler Module and the Autosampler Probe, as well as the rest of the Atlas product range which includes systems for volumetric and gravimetric dosing, calorimetry, turbidity, pH monitoring and control, etc. please visit