At ACHEMA 2018 (11-15th June, Frankfurt am Main, Germany) the new Flow Chemistry Pavilion will host the most advanced, innovative companies & knowledge institutes in the continuous manufacturing market, presenting an opportunity for visitors to learn more about this increasingly important topic! 

With flexible production selected as a focal topic for ACHEMA 2018, the Flow ChemistryPavilion highlights the importance of flow chemistry & continuous manufacturing as a response to an increasing demand for adaptability & resource efficiency within the chemical manufacturing marketplace.

With major advantages of the reaction technology shown to include rapid process optimisation, faster reactions, cleaner products, increased safety & ease of scale-up and additional advantages gained by integrating unit operations such as work-up & analysis, flow chemistry enables the production of synthetic intermediates & products that would otherwise be inaccessible using conventional batch techniques.  Specifically, within the Pharma Industry, as the ‘patent cliff’ looms for many high-volume API’s, there is also a shift away from blockbusters towards lower volume, higher potency API’s.  This presents an opportunity for manufacturers to adopt newer methods of production – one answer being continuous manufacturing – a trend that cannot be ignored anymore.

Be part of it!  Leading Companies in the sector have already confirmed their participation in the Flow Chemistry Pavilion & include AM Technology – AWL / NiTech Solutions – Cetoni GmbH – Chemtrix BV – CMAC – Corning – CSIRO – Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik- Flowid – Fuji Techno Industries – HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH – Innosyn – Magritek Ltd – Mettler Toledo – Microinnova Engineering GmbH – Vapourtec – Zaiput Flow Technologies.

Chimica oggi/Chemistry Today Journal, from TeknoScienze publisher, will be the media partner bringing along its expertise, since 2009 when it was the first to organize worldwide a conference on the topic Continuous Flow Reactor Technology for Industrial Applications.  Special content & an issue of Chemistry Today will be published for the Flow Chemistry Pavilion.

Join us!  Alongside the exhibition area will be presentations featuring case studies from users of flow chemistry & continuous manufacturing – where invaluable tips & tricks will be shared.