Phoenix Flow Reactor™
The Phoenix Flow Reactor™ is an easy to use, high temperature reactor compatible with the H-Cube® and H-Cube Pro™. Stand alone version is also available, which can do high temperature homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions without an H-Cube® or H-Cube Pro™.
Powerful: Up to 450 °C temperature capability.
Versatile: Perform reactions in a loop homogeneously or use a range of different cartridges for heterogeneous reagents/catalyst chemistry.
Innovative: Perform chemistries not possible in a standard lab including a validated procedure to generate novel bicyclic compounds.
Fast: Slow reactions in seconds.
Simple: 2 button stand-alone control or via automated touchscreen control on H-Cube Pro™.
Different size of CatCarts, Loops and Materials:
Who should be interested:
- Chemists that have reached a dead end in their chemistry and have no other options using conventional batch apparatus.
- Chemists interested in making novel compounds from a parameter space not achievable on standard lab equipment.
Your chemistry solution in the following areas:
- Fine Chemical
- Catalyst Testing
- Fragrance and Flavour
System Packages for the Stand alone Phoenix Flow Reactor™
1. Basic System
Contains: HPLC Pump, Phoenix Flow Reactor, Pressure Module
2.) Professional System
Contains: HPLC Pump, Phoenix Flow Reactor, Gas Module, Pressure Module, Control Unit
Extended chemistry space
We are happy to announce the first fully automated flow chemistry platform dedicated to automating high pressure and temperature reactions, with or without reagent gases such as carbon monoxide or hydrogen. The automated system features an H-Cube Pro, Phoenix Flow Reactor, and Gas Module combined with an autosampler. The PC controlled automated system is able to automatically inject starting materials into the reaction zone and then to collect product as well. The combined system is one of the most versatile automation systems available and can perform the following
• Reactions from 10-450 °C and 1-100 bar (1450 psi).
• Up to 13 different reagent gases.
• Heterogeneous or homogeneous catalysis.