Microwave Synthesis in the Kilolab: Masterwave BTR
Based on a revolutionary new technique, the all-new Masterwave BTR benchtop reactor for the first time transfers microwave synthesis to the kilolab. Productivity in your lab is considerably increased up to kilogram amounts per day. The benchtop reactor’s magnetically driven paddle stirrer provides independent stirring regimes for individual content. Due its rising-sensor temperature measurement technique, Masterwave BTR features the high temperature accuracy required for direct method transfer from any smaller microwave device.Get in touch Document Finder
- 1700 W installed microwave power
- Bayonet-locked 1 L reaction container
- Rising PT100 temperature sensor
- Integrated mechanical stirrer with software-guided stirring regime
- Reaction conditions up to 250 °C and 30 bar
- Constantly circulating microwave-transparent cooling liquid
- Optional remote control (VNC open source)
- Industry-validated performance and productivity
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