Gas-phase synthesis reactions
We specialize in gas-phase reaction using proprietary catalysts, as well as our advanced R&D capabilities, to become a manufacturer specializing in gas-phase reactions driven by advanced technology. Schema 1 below is a typical use of a gas-phase reaction to produce nitrogen-containing heterocyclic compounds (pyridine bases, pyrazines, pyrroles), and Schema 2 describes a process of ammoxidation.
synthesis of nitrogen-containing compounds using gas-phase reactions
In addition, the gas-phase catalytic reaction shown below allows for producing items to clients’ needs.
|b. Oxidation||c. Ammoxidation||d. Dehydration reactions|
|e. Dehydrogenation||f. Dehydrative cyclization||g. Alkylation||h. Dealkylation|
|i. Amination||j. Ketone synthesis||k. Other gas-phase catalytic reactions|
By synergistically using our multi-purpose gas-phase plant, high pressure reaction equipment, and/or liquid-phase multi-purpose reaction equipment, we can build production workflows tailored to a range of clients.
Various gas-phase catalytic reactions
d. Dehydration reaction
f. Dehydrative cyclization
j. Ketone synthesis
k. Other gas-phase catalytic reactions
Hydrogenation, chlorination, isomerization, bicyclic/heterocyclic compound synthesis
Gas-phase reaction facilities
Gas-phase reaction facilities for custom-made manufacturing
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|Gas-phase reaction facility||Chiba I||Chiba II||Chiba III
|Production capacity (T/M)||up to 1,000||up to 200||up to 200|
|Reaction retention temperature (Celsius)||250 - 450||250 - 450||250 - 450|
|Usage temperature (Celsius) of material generator||up to 250||up to 250||up to 250|
|Supported materials||Primary material
(Acidic materials can be used)
|Ancillary facilities||Extraction equipment
In addition to the above facilities, we have large and small liquid-phase plants for organic synthesis. By combining these various plants, we have established a system that can deal with more diverse customer requests, and we carry out a production or a custom synthesis of special fine chemicals.