What is Titan?
Learn about Titan:
Titan is a modular continuous chemical processing system that enables straightforward scale-up, from kilo lab through pilot plant to manufacturing.
Titan Syringe Pump
Titan Reagent Store
Titan Back Pressure Regulator
System Specifications ➕
Reactor volumes: 64 mL and 250 mL reactors can be added in series to cover a wide volume range
Production rates: Output suitable for typical Laboratory, Pilot Plant and Manufacturing environments System flow rates: 1 mL/min to 1 L/min
Pump flow rates: 1 mL/min to 250 mL/min
Pressures: Up to 20 bar
Temperature range: -40°C to 250°C
Types of processes: Suited for both fast reactions with high mass transfer and heat transfer requirements, and slow reactions. Designed for use with multiple phases
Chemical compatibility: Glass, Fluoropolymers, Hastelloy, and Elgiloy wetted parts
Automation: Control process parameters from the modules, via Titan software, or via pre-existing PLC or plant software
Safety: Interlocks, anti-tamper, pressure detection, and auto shut down features
Launch Event: CPhI North America
We will be officially launching the complete Titan system in North America.
Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center | Philadelphia, PA, USA
When: Tuesday 16th-18th May 2017
If you would like to meet the Syrris team to discuss any details about Titan then register for a free expo pass using the following link:
Syrris is the longest established flow chemistry equipment supplier, with a dedicated team of experts, global support and applications team, we’ve built a large, satisfied user base.
“We chose the Asia flow chemistry system because of its ability to provide options for mini-reactor, mini-column reactor and micro-reactor set-ups in a single platform: this level of flexibility is unique to the Asia products. ”Florin Oancea
“…we have found the system suitable for pumping reagents incompatible with other pumping systems, specifically reagents incompatible with stainless steel components…”Dr. Andy Kleinke
“…the flexibility to change syringes enables anything from very small scale to large scale synthesis to be achieved…”Catherine Carter