FutureChemistry is a worldwide technology leader in flow chemistry.
We develop, implement and sell microreactor hardware and procedures for optimising and screening chemical reactions and processes.
FutureChemistry develops its products from the customer’s perspective and has in-house expertise for that.
Products and services
Besides complete flow chemistry systems to perform your chemistry, FutureChemistry offers several other services such as Radiochemistry labeling, production of quantum dots and process development.
Flow chemistry instruments
FutureChemistry can deliver the flow chemistry instruments which fits the needs of the customer. With these instrument, every chemist can implement flow chemistry into their laboratory.READ MORE
Flow chemistry consultancy
Need help with your process? Or too early to step into the game and first want a feasibility on your process? We have the recourses to help you start your flow chemical processREAD MORE
Flow process implementation
FutureChemistry has years of experience in flow chemistry and can assist in feasibility studies, process optimisation, custom manufacturing and in the development of other innovative flow solutions. FutureChemistry offer services for implementation at our R&D facilities, thereby taking the problem of setting up flow chemistry in your company out of your hands.READ MORE
FutureChemistry supplies technology and services for radiolabelling for the pharmaceutical industry. FutureChemistry has the technology to develop and produce the radiolabelled compounds and to perform preclinical studies.READ MORE
FutureChemistry can control the formation of (nano) particles in such way that the chemical, Biological and physical properties of the end-material are tuned to the final requirements demanded by the application.READ MORE
Flow chemistry education
Many companies are now applying flow chemistry. It is becoming an essential tool in research and development. Therefore, it becomes important to educate future scientists about this technologie. That is why FutureChemistry offers a flow chemistry practical course on the implementation of flow chemistry at universities.READ MORE
The advantages of Flow Chemistry
“In the chemical industry the development of new chemical or pharmaceutical products is a time consuming, expensive and labour intensive process. The optimisation and scaling up of chemical reactions is in particular inefficient in terms of processing time and consumption of precious chemical compounds. This results in a high environmental load and a long time‐to‐market. Hence, the chemical industry increasingly demands faster process development and more efficient production methods. FutureChemistry believes that through flow chemistry, chemical compounds will be synthesised in a more efficient, safer and cleaner way. And it will change the way in which a significant part of chemical processes are carried out. FutureChemistry brings flow chemistry to a mature and valuable level, making it accessible for those who share this vision.
Flow chemistry allows strict and tight control of reaction parameters to control reactions which are otherwise too reactive, exothermic , hazardous or even not possible in conventional ways.
Implementing Flow Chemistry
During the past decade, the world of flow chemistry has significantly grown and the advantages of microreactor technology have been well proven. With an increasing number of companies recognising and embracing the benefits of flow chemistry, there is an increasing demand of professionals who have knowledge and hands‐on experience in the field of flow chemistry. This is one of the reasons why, even though microreactor technology is well established, it is only slowly being implemented by the industry. Considering the intensification flow chemistry offers to applications at the industrial level, we feel that it is essential to include this new technology in the degree programs of chemistry and chemical engineering education. Therefore, FutureChemistry has developed the Practical Course for the implementation of flow chemistry at your university.”