Process Engineering

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Reaction Calorimetry RC1e

RC1e Application

  • To measures the amount of energy released (exothermic) by a Chemical reaction.

  • To understand the potential risk of exothermic reaction during development

  • To estimate the Plant scale batch cooling capacity

  • To understand the thermodynamics of the desired reaction, as well as that of a possible undesired reaction.

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FBRM® (Focused Beam Reflectance Measurement) G600 L

FBRM Application

  • Direct in-process measurement with no sampling or by-pass loops required

  • Crystal Size Distribution Measurement and Impact of Mixing on Crystallization

  • Study isolated regions (fine and coarse) of the particle population

  • Study particles in opaque or translucent slurries and emulsions

  • Directly observe how process changes impact particles

  • Monitor particles from 0.5- 1000 μm at most process concentrations

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EasyMax 102 Advanced Synthesis Workstation

EasyMax Application

  • Process preliminary Screening

  • Process optimization

  • Synthesis and Discovery

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Radleys Reactor-Ready™ Lab Reactor  (1 , 3 & 5 Lt)

Radley’s Application

  • To mimic plant condition and plant simulation studies

  • To develop robust process with respect to scale up

  • To study the agitation and cooling profile impact on new process

  • Crystallization process optimization and to meet desired physical parameter requirement.

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Rapid Screening Device (RSD)

RSD Application

  • Thermal screening of chemical process and hazardous chemical

  • Multiple samples (up to 6 simultaneously)

  • Pressure & temperature differential measurement (simultaneously)

  • 10mg to 100g sample

  • High sensitivity (detects 1% DTBP in toluene)

  • Thermo-kinetic quantitative data analysis

  • Glass, metal, reusable sample chambers

Design of Experiments (DOE)

DOE or Experimental Design is defined as the design of any information-gathering exercises where variation is present, whether under the full control of the experimenter or not. It refers to the process of planning, designing and analyzing the experiment so that valid and objective conclusions can be drawn effectively and efficiently.

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