Argonaut Technologies Quest 210 5mL Reaction Vessel with Micro Frit

Argonaut Technologies Quest 210 5mL Reaction Vessel with Micro Frit



This Argonaut Technologies Quest 210 5mL Reaction Vessel with Micro Frit is new from surplus stock.

Customer Re-Order Part Number: 900253
Argonaut Part Number: 300659
Quantity: 20




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Argonaut Technologies Quest 205 and Quest 210 Manual Synthesizers

Features
  • Simple Operation
  • Magnetic Bar for Agitation
  • Unique Design for Better Results
  • Umbilicus Links the Control Unit to the Reactor Unit
  • Control Time, Agitation Conditions, and Reaction Temperature
  • Run Up To 20 Liquid or Solid Phase Organic Chemistry Reactions in Parallel
  • Small Magnets Move Vertical with Magnet Bar for Mixing of Reaction Contents
  • Controller Unit has Connections for System Power, Gas, Agitation Control Valves, Manual Rotary Valves, and Gas Distribution Manifolds

Description

The Argonaut Technologies Quest 210 Manual Synthesizer allows you to run in parallel up to 20 liquid or solid phase organic chemistry reactions. The unique design of the Quest 210 incorporates heating, cooling, agitation, and the inert environment needed to run these reactions. The mechanical features of the Quest 210 also provide for simple operation of the instrument.

The Quest 210 consists of four main parts:
• Reactor Unit
• Controller Unit
• Solvent Bottle Assembly
• Umbilicus

The Reactor Unit contains Teflon reaction vessels, manual solvent and gas control valves, and heating, cooling and agitation components. Solvents can be added to the RVs in parallel using the manual rotary valves. Reagents can be added via luer ports located at the top of each reaction vessel. Agitation is accomplished by pneumatically moving a magnet bar, positioned between 2 banks of 10 RVs, vertically up and down. Small magnets, located in the RVs, move vertically with the magnet bar, effecting mixing of reaction contents.

The Controller Unit contains the controls that allow you to set the reaction temperature, time, and agitation conditions. Also, the Controller Unit contains connections for system power and gas, and interface connections for the Reactor Assembly agitation control valves, manual rotary valves, and gas distribution manifolds. A serial computer port is included on the Controller Unit for download of firmware upgrades.

The solvent bottle assembly consists of a cap to interface to a 4 L solvent bottle. The Cap assembly will alternatively pressurize or vent the 4 L bottle. The Solvent Bottle assembly connects to the Quest Reactor Unit and contains solvent for parallel delivery to the RVs for resin washing and system cleaning.

The umbilicus links the Control Unit to the Reactor Unit. Solvent, gas pressure, agitation and temperature control information are supplied/communicated through the umbilicus.


The Quest 205 Synthesizer runs in parallel up to 10 liquid or solid phase organic chemistry reactions. The unique design of the Quest 205 incorporates heating/cooling, agitation, and the inert environment needed to run these reactions. The mechanical features of the Quest 205 also provide for simple operation of the instrument.

The Quest 205 consists of four main parts:
• Reactor Unit
• Controller Unit
• Solvent Bottle Assembly
• Reactor Interface Harness.

The Reactor Unit contains the manual solvent and gas control valves and components for heating, cooling, agitation, as well as holds the Teflon Reaction Vessels. Solvents may be added to the Reaction Vessels (RVs) in parallel using the manual rotary valves. Reagents are added via luer ports located at the top of each Reaction Vessel.

The Controller Unit contains the controls to set the reaction temperature, heating duration, and agitation conditions. The Controller Unit also contains connections for system power and gas, and interface connections for the Reactor Unit. A serial computer port is included on the Controller Unit to download firmware upgrades.

The Solvent Bottle Assembly consists of the solvent bottle, plastic bottle safety carrier, and a Bottle Cap Assembly. The Bottle Cap Assembly can either pressurize or vent the solvent bottle. The Solvent Bottle Assembly connects to the Quest Reactor Unit and provides the solvent for parallel delivery to the Reaction Vessels for resin washing and system cleaning.

The Interface Harness links the Control Unit to the Reactor Unit. Solvent, drain gas, metered gas, agitation pressure, and temperature control information are supplied and/or communicated through the harness. The solvent, drain gas, and metered gas movements are directed via the Reactor Unit's manual control valves. The agitation and heating parameters are set using the Controller Unit components.

Product Family: Quest 205, Quest205, Quest-205, Quest 210, Quest210, Quest-210


Important Notice: Please note that any additional items included with this equipment such as accessories, manuals, cables, calibration data, software, etc. are specifically listed in the above stock item description and/or displayed in the photos of the equipment. Please contact one of our Customer Support Specialists if you have any questions about what is included with this equipment or if you require any additional information.


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