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ACR Liquid-liquid extraction

Aim The purpose of this experiment is to perform liquid-liquid extraction within a Coflore ACR. This is to be achieved…

Scientific Update – The Scale up of Chemical Processes

27th – 29th June, 2016. Baveno, Lake Maggiore, Italy Robert Ashe presented at Scientific Updates’ conference on 27th June 2016.…

ChemSpec Europe / RSC Speciality Chemicals Symposium

Gareth Jenkins, COO, presented at the RSC’s Speciality Chemicals Symposium at 13:30 on Wednesday, June 1st. His presentation, “Process Intensification of Industrial Biocatalysis – how to Scale Up without Huge Reactor Volumes” highlighted recent advances in developing flow processes for biocatalysis and can be viewed…

May 2016 – Coflore ACR Eliminates Need for Multiple Heat Transfer Zones

The Coflore ACR is a flow reactor that decouples mixing and plug flow from residence time. Controlling the temperature of an nth order reaction in flow can be achieved with multiple heat transfer zones operating at different temperatures. The disadvantage of this set up is that it requires multiple heater-chillers which adds cost and complexity. A simpler solution is to use a single heat transfer zone with a tuned ‘approach temperature’

2016 RSC/SCI Continuous Flow Technology III

14th – 16th March 2016, Robinson College, University of Cambridge AM Technology was proud to be involved with the third biennial…

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NEPIC Pharmaceutical Event: Continuous Processing – Introduction & Advantages

8th March 2016 Gareth Jenkins, COO of AM Technology presented at a NEPIC Pharmaceutical Event on Continuous Processing on Tuesday,…

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2015 Industrial Placement Student Poster

In 2015, AM Technology offered a six-month industrial placement to a Chemical Engineering student, Jan Robertson, from the University of…

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Controlled Flow Precipitation as a Valuable Tool for Synthesis

Ian Baxendale recently published a paper(1) in Organic Process Research & Development detailing the use of a Coflore ATR system to…

POSTER: Coflore Reactors for the Development of Continuous Biocatalytic Processes

2016 Poster Presented at IBioIC’s 2nd Annual Conference

Thursday 28th – Friday 29th January 2016 IBioIC’s second annual conference attracted over four hundred biobased professionals, academics and students from…

Coflore reactors

are multi-stage flow reactors that deliver good plug flow and mixing over a wide range of operating conditions.

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