Fully Automated Process Development Reactors

MULTIPLANT / AUTOPLANT ENERGY

The leading technology in overhead gravimetric dispensing / dosing (patented) combined with our reactor and process excellence, and our user-friendly software, allow you to standardize and accelerate your fuel cell catalysts and membrane discovery and optimization workflows.

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Key Advantages

  • Decrease in cost per experiment up to 90+ %.
  • Increase in productivity by a factor of 10+.
  • Up to 36 experiments per run on an autoplant, up to 6 experiments per run on a multiplant.
  • Independent control of all process parameters in each reactor.
  • Independent and precise temperature and stirring control in each reactor.
  • Up to 8 independent gas and liquid feeds per reactor.
  • Gravimetric solid and viscous liquid dispensing.
  • 4-Needle Head for volumetric liquid handling and sampling.
  • Feeding and sampling under reaction conditions.
  • Cleaning in place (e.g. automated cleaning, inserts).
  • Dispensed amount, stirrer speed, temperature, pressure, time…, and other data are stored in a read only log file.
  • Easy access to data with a convenient interface to pull results into Excel or virtually any other software.
  • Interface to DOE.

Enhance your Efficiency and Productivity with our Workflow Solutions!

AUTOPLANT workflow for formulation development in energy research

Assembly of a process research reactor with our unique screwless and self-sealing design up to 100 bar

Process Research Reactor Assembly

Customer testimonial

“We did 6 years work in 1 year. …. We can no longer imagine how to do our work without Chemspeed automation.

The automated synthetic platforms enable us to gain a factor of 5 to 10 in time, speed or new knowledge in polymer and material science. In combination with advanced characterization techniques, Chemspeed’s platforms represent the key technologies for the elucidation of structure-property-relationships of polymers and materials. And they form the basis of multiple large grants and industrial research contracts initiated within the last two years.”