Continuous crystallization is a specific type of continuous processing that involves the continuous addition of solutes and solvents to a crystallizer, while simultaneously removing the crystal product. The smaller size of the crystallizer, along with maximized heat transfer properties, facilitates higher solute concentration and better mixing, resulting in a more efficient and effective process. Continuous crystallization offers a safer alternative to batch reactions, allowing for reaction conditions that were previously considered unsafe. This technology not only provides enhanced safety but also produces a higher quality product with fewer impurities and a faster reaction cycle time. The pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries are increasingly adopting continuous flow technology due to its inherent increased safety, improved product quality, cost efficiency, and overall production flexibility.