Worldscale Production using Flow Chemistry – Micro- and Millireactors Established in Industry

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Flow Chemistry and, in particular, microreaction technology is no longer a purely academic or R&D field. This technology is proven to run in production scale, even in worldscale tonnage. This means we entered the last stage of establishing micro- and millireactors worldwide in worldscale dimensions. The presenters, coming fromdifferent backgrounds, will focus on diverse business and production aspects of microreaction technology. The whole pathway from decision to the running production unit will be discussed.


Who should attend?

  • Those who are interested in the business, production, and technology aspects of flow chemistry


Key Learning Objectives

  • What are attractive business segments for implementing this technology?
  • How to establish this technology platform
  • How easy and fast can the scale-up from lab to production be realized?
  • What are the lighthouse-perspectives for business and production?


Speakers

  • Dr.-Ing. Joachim Heck, Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik GmbH
  • Ms. Claudia Barkowsky, VDMA's representative in Beijing, China
  • Mr. Quan Liu, General Manager of Ehrfeld Process Technology (Shanghai) Co. Ltd
  • Mr. Ji Sheng, General Manager of Shaoxing Eastlake Hi-Tech Co., Ltd. and General Manager of Shaoxing Shangyu Eastlake Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Dr. Shizhe Tian, Chief Scientist of Shaoxing Eastlake High-tech Co. Ltd., China
  • Mr. Jessen Gu
  • Dr. Michael Reubold, Editor-in-Chief CHEManager
  • Dr. Volker Oestreich, CHEManager

 

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