Next generation batch reactor productivity and efficiency: An introduction to the PI QFlux Batch Reactor System
Time & Location
Thursday: 12.00 to 12.15, Stage 3
Andrew WillsManaging Director - Thermal Fluid Systems Ltd
About this presentation
On tests the PI QFlux batch reactor system vs an equivalent industry standard batch reactor achieves more than four times the heat transfer performance and therefore productivity to that of a standard batch reactor, whilst utilizing 50% less primary energy in the process. These validated tests were carried out jointly with KOBELCO ECO-SOLUTIONS CO. LTD. Japan who constructed a purpose-built test facility, in order to host the back-to-back trials in late 2022.
The development of this integrated reactor technology follows some 4 years of R&D and collaboration with UK Universities with the specific target at the outset being the development of the fastest batch reactor system utilizing conventional materials of construction whilst achieving the most energy efficient performance when compared to current technologies.
This globally patented technology has the potential to revolutionise productivity and efficiency of existing chemical batch processing plant infrastructure. We would like to share the knowledge behind the technology and how it will benefit chemical processing and technology methods.
With over 35 years in the Chemical and Industrial process industries and a particular interest in manufacturing productivity and efficiency. current & prior roles 2017- current Founder and Managing Director PTSC & Thermal Fluid Systems Ltd . 1989 to 2016 CEO – Pfaudler. 1981 – 89 BABCOCK 30 year experience within Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Industrial engineered technology and solution environment. 8 years within International Power Generation and plant services management. Senior global management responsibilities across multiple platforms and geographies