Process Intensification Principles: Structure – Focus on Micro- and Millireactors

This webinar is part of a PI Webinar Series sponsored by the RAPID Manufacturing Institute. The webinars are free to RAPID Members.
Originally delivered Apr 4, 2018
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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Millireactors on their way to establishment as a process technology.

Process intensification provides radically innovative principles in process and equipment design which can benefit process and chain efficiency, capital and operating expenses, quality, yield, process safety and more. There is a competition against established technologies in process industries, especially in R&D. The calculation of risk is difficult for new technology platforms and references in production scale are missing or are even not published. Missing knowledge about attractive applications and design basics hinder the raising of the new technology platform of micro- and millireactors on their way of establishing in the market worldwide.

In this 60-minute webinar you’ll learn how microreaction technology is an integral part of process intensification. You’ll review a technology already running in production scale and being published as well as attractive market segments for microreaction technology such as Peroxides, Sulfonations, Ethoxylations, Hydrations, Grignard’s, Lithiations, AI/API (multistep synthesis), etc.

What You’ll Learn:

  • The advantages and disadvantages of microtechnology
  • The technical and chemical concepts behind microtechnology
  • The technical application through a case study on Miprowa® technology.
  • How the integrated scale-up concept is working

This webinar is part of a 10-part webinar series sponsored by the RAPID Manufacturing Institute. Webinars are free to RAPID Members. Click here for more information about the PI Webinar series and to register for additional webinars in this series.

Presenter(s): 

Dr. Joachim Heck

Joachim Heck was born in Frankfurt am Main / Germany and grew up in this region. After earning his degree in process engineering from Karlsruhe University of Applied Science and his PhD from Technical University, Dortmund, Heck began his professional career in 1987 as a development engineer in the process development department of Hoechst AG in Frankfurt. After holding several managerial positions in production and process development, he joined Aventis Research & Technologies GmbH as a business manager in 1997, and from 1999 served as production manager of the Chemicals business unit...Read more

Anne Kaaden

Anne Kaaden studied business chemistry at the Christian Albrechts Universität in Kiel and started her career in the area of continuous flow in 2012 for Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik BTS. As a global Key Account Manager and Head of Marketing her important fields of activity are lying in preparation of workshops, commissioning of equipment and organizing fairs and conferences. One favorite activity of Anne Kaaden is giving lectures and training sessions for this new technology platform of micro- and millireactors.Read more

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