Fogler's book (Essentials)Our team has more than 20 years of expertise in chemical reaction engineering, just prepared to face the most challenging problem you may have concerning chemical reactors and other types of reacting systems.

Particularly when dealing with heterogeneous catalysts, either chemical or enzymatic, fixed or fluidized beds, our experience might add flexibility to your reactor and make it more productive and selective, from laboratory to large scale industrial plant reactors.

Even if you have a running chemical reactor that does not need any kind of optimization, ask us what can be done to make its operation safer, eliminating risks and hazards, following international standards and recommendations.

Although we recognize that the so called “unit operations” still play an important role in the daily activities of a process plant, the integration of mass and energy flows can be made more efficient by recognizing their dynamics and quality properties. It is common to say that the chemical reactor is the heart of a chemical plant, but we also like to think that the process is its soul. The process is the ultimate value-adding vector of all sorts of material product generation and acts as an operator of raw materials transformation in their way to the market. Of course one can transform raw materials into products by several ways, some of them generating a plethora of undesirable byproducts. Fortunately —or unfortunately for those not familiar with— optimal product selectivity and efficient energy use may be achieved by rigorous mathematical treatment of such complex transformations. 

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