The Asynt LightSyn Lighthouse is a specialised photochemistry reaction vessel designed to safely provide equal light exposure to your sample batch and enable simultaneous magnetic stirring and heating.
Who is the LightSyn Lighthouse designed for?
The LightSyn Lighthouse is ideal for photochemists looking to obtain equal photon flux throughout their reaction medium. The reduced distance of the light to the sample, by channelling the light through quartz into the sample, increases the power the medium is exposed to.
As an easy-to-use device with built-in safety features to minimise exposure risks, it’s a useful addition to the lab for any chemist looking to branch out into photochemistry.
The inlet and outlet valves allow customisability for a variety of uses, including gas reactions/bubbling, programmed reaction management, sample addition or removal, and potentially flow chemistry set ups with multiple LightSyn Lighthouse units.
Why do I need this in my lab? What problems will it solve for me?
This system prevents loss of light penetration into sample which, when it occurs, reduces photon flux efficiency.
This system delivers light directly into the sample, giving equal light penetration and reducing loss of energy.
Home-made photochemistry systems can be complicated and potentially unsafe setups that can prove hazardous to the user. With LightSyn Lighthouse, the built-in microswitch stops exposure to light by requiring the device to be sealed, and the on/off usage is simple to navigate.