Process development focused on continuous processes can utilize many of the same tools used in traditional batch processes. Nalas Engineering develops continuous processes through sound chemical engineering principles that are fed using data from in situ and offline tools. This webinar discusses the use of continuous flow chemistry with process analytical technology (PAT) to expedite process development.
This webinar has particular focus on the theory behind continuous processing, methods used to accelerate development, tools used to generate data and scalability of an advanced flow reactor.
What controls the rate of our process? What is the smallest rate constant?
Process - rate determines yield, quality, safety
Jerry Salan started his career working as a contractor and then civil servant for the US Navy. His primary responsibilities included managing the production of torpedo fuel and developing processes to novel energetic materials. He successfully scaled up dozens of materials to pilot scale with the help of his fellow scientists and operators. He was fortunate to develop several continuous processing that produced hundreds of kilograms of explosives. In 2007, Jerry worked at Pfizer Inc. in Groton, Connecticut where his focus remained on developing continuous process in the pharma arena. In 2010, Jerry started Nalas with the goal to support small and large pharma business and continue developing processes for the military. He has a 20,000 square foot facility stocked with equipment to support your needs.