The atlas syringe pumps are quite versatile and ideal for chemists looking for a syringe pump that fits their chemical dosing requirements.
With two models available: the Atlas Syringe Pump and the Atlas XL Syringe Pump, they are a nice addition to your lab and batch reactor systems, as they feature advanced dosing protocols including pH control, temperature dependent dosing, pseudo-gravimetric dosing and autosampling, with flow rates up to 200 mL/min. Read more about the Atlas Syringe Pumps Advanced Dosing Protocols.
Both can be used as standalone syringe pumps with your batch system or controlled by the Atlas HD automated reactor and the Atlas PC Software 1. Also they have a small footprint, which gives you extra benchtop space, and are very lightweight which enables you to move the pump around the lab for use with different reactors.
Valves and syringes for the Atlas pumps are both user changeable and available in different sizes (corresponding to a variety of flow rate ranges). Each of the ports on each valve can be configured to be an input or output, therefore, with a 6 port valve it is possible to pump from up to 5 sources to one reactor, etc. per syringe. Use the Atlas Pump Pressurized Input Store to enable an inert gas blanket over the samples to be pumped and to minimize cavitation/bubbles.
Perfect for Applications such as Controlled lab reactors, Process chemistry & Crystallization. You can read the Atlas Syringe Pumps application notes on pH control, Pseudo-Gravimetric and Temperature-Dependent dosing.
6 Operation Modes
Very user friendly, you can simply use the click wheel control and screen to configure and select the different dosing methods.
- Dual Dosing Mode for independent control of each syringe and associated valve. This mode allows the user to dose with one syringe and autosample with the other. Using this operation mode you can: dose a particular volume; pump at a particular flow rate; dose one reagent to many jacketed reactors; sophisticated profiles; and auto-sampling (connect the Autosampler and probe to enable automated sampling of up to 6 samples with each syringe/valve);
- pH Control Mode automatically doses an acid and/or base to keep the pH or your reaction within a defined range;
- Temperature Control Dosing Mode allows the pump to dose key chemicals based on a set temperature, offering safe dosing into exothermic reactions;
- Continuous-Dosing Mode enables 2 syringe pumps to work together to produce 1 continuous flow, i.e. one is refilling while the other is dispensing;
- Atlas HD Base Control Mode enables an Atlas HD automated jacketed reactor (or Reactor Master automation unit) to control the Atlas Syringe Pump as part of an automated temperature and stirrer speed profile;
- PC Control Mode controls the Atlas Syringe Pump from Atlas PC Software 1, allowing the pump to be used in complex, multi-step automated reactions.
Regular or XL? A Size that Fits Your Needs!
Both pumps offer the same smooth flow, 6 bar pressure, 2 syringes, 2 valves, up to 6 ports per valve, and all 6 main modes of operation (Dual Dosing Mode, pH Control Mode,Temperature Control Dosing Mode, Continuous-Dosing Mode, Atlas HD Base Control Mode and PC Control Mode
). So if they offer the same benefits, how to choose the right one for me? It all depends on your chemical application.
The main difference between the two is size. The Atlas Syringe Pump offers a flow rate of 0.5 µL/min to 20,000 µL/min (20 mL) and syringe sizes from 50 µL to 5000 µL. Whereas the Atlas XL Syringe Pump offers a flow rate of 0.005 mL/min to 200 mL/min and syringe sizes from 0.5 mL to 50 mL.
Check out the full breakdown of flow rates and syringe sizes.
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