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February 12, 2009

Handle difficult liquids on a small scale with this flow reactor

Kate Torzewski

The Coflore ACR is a new type of flow reactor for use in laboratories and pilot plants. The use of multiple reaction cells and dynamic mixing gives the reactor much greater flexibility and ability to handle problem fluids. Free-floating agitator elements eliminate the need for mechanical seals and rotating shafts. The reactor has a flexible throughput (10–5,000 mL/h) and has a very low pressure drop. It is able to handle problem fluids (slurries, high viscosity fluids, slow reactions). All wetted surfaces can be assessed for cleaning, and dismantling and assembly takes less than 10 minutes. The ACR is intended for small-scale production, process development and scale up studies. Hall 6.2, Stand F21 — AM Technology, Runcorn, U.K.

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