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Making the impossible possible; The Spinning Disc Reactor
Flowid realized a transportable pilot set up with SpinPro reactor. This reactor is capable to control reactions even on production scale throughputs, enhancing safety. Increased mass and heat transfer capabilities enable process intensified conditions. In practice this means increased pressure and temperature.
Initial tests indicated that these type of reactions indeed benefit economically if performed in the SpinPro reactor.
A reaction is supplied by OmniChem. In October the SpinPro reactor of Flowid is placed at ChemConnection facilities for proof of principle experiments.
Results & conclusions:
The proof of principle experiments were positive. It is demonstrated that a BuLi reaction can be performed at +30C. Furthermore, compared to other continuous reactors, the SpinPro reactor proved that it operates stable for applications in which gasses and liquids are dosed, and a suspension is formed.
Feasibility test of the innovative SpinPro reactor for an organic synthesis with n- butyllithium as reagent.
Proving the outstanding performance of the SpinPro reactor for extreme reaction conditions to the conservative chemical industry.
Experiments need to proof a significant energy saving for these kind of chemical reactions. Ambient reaction temperatures instead of the conventional -80C will enable this.
Project Leader: Wessel Hengeveld (Flowid) – wessel.Hengeveld@flowid.nl
Partners: Budget: Duration:
Frans Arts (Flowid), Bert Metten (OmniChem),
Sander de Wilde, Gerjan Kemperman (ChemConnection) Flowid B.V., Ajinomoto Omnichem N.V., ChemConnection B.V. 163.800,- EUR (In Kind: 88.000,- EUR)
up to 30 November 2015
Institute for Sustainable Process Technology
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