High Pressure Chemical reactors

Chemical Plant Reactors

MICROFLU make high pressure chemical reactors can be used for a variety of chemical reactions including but not limited to: alkoxylation, esterification, etherification, polymerization, hydrogenation, fischer tropsch, gas hydrate formation, chlorination, bromination, etc. such chemical reactors can sustain upto 350 bar and 500°C and can be made in various material of construction (MOC) to suit various process conditions.

Flow chemistry systems for industry

The pharmaceutical sector currently produces up to 100 kilograms of chemical waste for every kilo of fine chemicals it produces. These inefficient processes waste resources and money.

Flow chemical Reactors are high-throughput, easily scalable reactors that are built around the same fundamental component.The integrated fluidic module, a meticulously engineered reactor plate made of either glass or metal – which allows for rapid and seamless scale-up from lab scale to commercial production.

Flow chemistry reactors are a proven, safe, efficient, cost-saving, and reliable alternative to conventional batch apparatus for chemical processing.Microflu’s reactor technology offers dramatic savings in space, cost, and time while also enhancing purity, increasing yields, and substantially improving the quality, confidence in manufacturing, and economics of pharmaceutical manufacturing processes. These reactors are also inherently safer, more efficient, and more durable in corrosive conditions than other continuous flow reactors on the market today.

Benefits of MICROFLU™ Reactors technology offers key benefits over traditional batch processing:

·Inherently safer technology

·Better and more consistent product and process quality

·Lower OPEX and CAPEX

·Reduced environmental impact

·better process control resulting in higher product yields and purities, shorter reaction times, and less waste

·better scalability due to compact, efficient and modular reactor design

·smaller physical footprint resulting in reduced capital, operating and maintenance costs

·superior mixing, enhanced heat and mass transfer, wide pressure and temperature operation windows

·'plug and play' modular equipment; lower capital investment.

These benefits are enabled by the:

Continuous  MICROFLU™ Flow Chemical Reactor Technology, which allows for much lower reaction volumes (holdups) than batch reactors and is compatible with real-time, in-line monitoring.Design of the fluidic modules, which facilitate better mixing, narrow residence time distribution, and superior heat and mass transfer than both batch reactors and other continuous flow reactors and can be readily reconfigured to meet the needs of thousands of different reactions at multiple scales.