PhotoRedOx Box

PhotoRedOx Box Description

The EvoluChem™ PhotoRedOx Box device (US Patent #10,906,022) is designed to facilitate photochemical experimentation. This device is compatible with most vial formats (0.3 ml, 2 ml, 4 ml and 20 ml vials) and its compact design allows for use with any stirring plate. A built-in fan keeps the reaction conditions at room temperature. 

Features

  • Several light sources available
  • Photochemistry chamber to evenly distribute light
  • Flexible format vials
  • Magnetic stirring on standard stirring plate
  • Cooling by fan to maintain experiment at room temperature
  • Pre-designed array of catalysts and reagents available

Benefits

  • Easy setup on a standard stirring plate
  • Perform up to 32 reaction conditions simultaneously
  • Individually sealed vials enable flexible study design
  • Save your substrate using low scale reaction conditions
  • Save time on optimization
Device with blue light source

HCK1006-01-016
(US Patent #10,906,022)

Easy setup and compact design

Handle to secure device
on a stirring plate
Unique geometry to focus
light on samples
Air flow to maintain
samples at room temperature

Fit multiple vial sizes

32 X 0.3 ml vials
HCK1006-01-017
8 X 2 ml vials
HCK1006-01-018
8 X 4 ml vials
HCK1006-01-019
8 X 8 ml vials
HCK1006-01-020
2 X 20 ml vials
HCK1006-01-021
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