Semi-continuous Parallel Pressure Reactor (ScPPR)
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Automated Platform for Parallel Synthesis and Polymerization Studies
Our Semi-continuous Parallel Pressure Reactor (ScPPR) is a full-function reactor for bulk, solution, and emulsion polymerizations. The ScPPR consists of three separate modules each with eight independent reactor cells. A total of eight liquid feeds can be introduced with independent control into each separate reactor using dedicated syringe pumps. Combined with our software features for both composition and process design, this reactor can dramatically accelerate your study of polymerization reactions.
By enabling higher throughput and providing controlled automation, the ScPPR reduces experimentation time and enhances experiment-to-experiment reproducibility. This platform extends the capabilities of a scientist and a research team to explore a far broader range of materials and process conditions than would be possible using conventional methods.
Modularized for Flexibility in Experimentation
The ScPPR delivers flexibility and precision for your polymer research. Design and automation software work together to execute a recipe containing composition and process information. The software directs the syringe pumps to deliver materials to each reactor according to the user design. The feeding schedule for each reactor cell and syringe pump can be different and vary as a function of time. This allows you to introduce a shot addition of material (one step where all material is added) or a slow feed over eight hrs (hundreds of small additions of material) all depending on how you design your experiment. The high pressure syringe pumps are capable of accurate and precise material dispense under pressure.
Complete Automation for Faster Time to Result
Multi-dimensional Experimentation for Better Data Correlation
The ScPPR enables rapid analysis. Its ability to query data by parameters such as compound name, structure, and reaction conditions, provides a simple way to manage hundreds of experiments across a campaign. Data are stored in an applications database, which facilitates the sharing of experiments across internal and external laboratories.