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AMT are now the global leader in actively mixed flow reactors. This TTP report gives an overview of the company, background and the challenges facing companies working with disruptive technology. TTP Newsletter Please click the link or TTP logo to

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Aug 2016: New Brochure for Coflore Agitated Cell Reactor

A new brochure describing the benefits and features of the Coflore Agitated Cell Reactor is now available. It can be downloaded below or to see a video and learn more about how a Coflore ACR works, go to Products – Lab

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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’

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Dec 2015 – And the Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Award goes to…

Dow Performance Plastics for its Intune Olefin Block Copolymers! AMT was presented with one of the four global honour awards alongside CB&I, Clariant and Newlight Technologies. It is a great recognition of the efforts that all the team here at

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Nov 2015 – 2015 Case Studies Round Up

Time to look back at the challenges and successes from this year’s tests The Coflore® dynamic mixing technology decouples mixing and plug flow from residence time. This makes the Coflore a versatile flow reactor able to cope with various requirements

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Flow Chemistry Society – India Chapter

We would like to congratulate our partner Mr Vijay Kirpalani of Pi Process Intensification Experts LLP (PI) for the constitution of the Flow Chemistry Society India Chapter. PI have emerged as the leading provider of know-how and hardware within the

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Feb 2015 – First Semi-Plant Scale System Bound for USA

December 2014 saw the first shipment of our largest Coflore reactor to date. A Coflore ATR-10L reactor, consisting of 10 tubes each of 1L working volume, was assembled, tested and released for shipment to a major US based chemical company. The system

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Sep 2014 – 2014 Has Been a Busy Time for AM Technology

In January we moved into our new facility in Runcorn and have increased the size and capability of our team with the addition of chemists, chemical engineering flow specialists and reactor design and mechanical engineers. We have also been expanding

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Aug 2013 – AM Technology secures investment for flow reactor supply chain development

The investment will fund the R&D activity required for AM Technology to engineer a patented chemical flow reactor on a large scale from testing facilities in Runcorn, whilst Autico will develop the software for a new process control system which

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Apr 2012 – AM Technology Piles on the Pressure

AM Technology are proud to announce their participation in a new collaborative TSB funded project; Bio-press. Bio-press sees the renewed partnership with synthetic biology company; Ingenza and Contract Research Organisation (CRO); C-Tech Innovations. Bio-press’s 9 month objective is to develop

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Dec 2011 – AM Technology Joins CMAC as Founding Second Tier Member

AM Technology is proud to announce the collaboration with CMAC Industrial Members organisation and the recently launched EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacture in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation. The aim is to accelerate the adoption of continuous manufacturing and crystallisation processes,

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Continuous Flow Processing of Slurries: Evaluation of an Agitated Cell Reactor

Research carried out by the department of Chemistry at Cambridge University has been published in the Organic Process Research and Development journal.  The work involved the application of the ACR in the processing of solids under flow conditions. The Coflore

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Hydrodechlorination: Comparison Between Batch and Continuous

Research carried out at Heriot Watt university using the Coflore ACR, has resulted in a paper which has been accepted for publishing in the Chemical Engineering Journal.  The reaction involved a multiphase system in which solids, gas and liquid were

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