How to optimise mixing within your jacketed reaction vessels

15 Minute Webinar

Mixing of chemical reactions are often performed in two ways, magnetically or with mechanical agitation.

The key to good mixing is understanding the following parameters:

  • Reagent & solvent properties  

  • Reactor design & geometry

  • Agitator design & geometry

  • Mixing pattern

In this webinar we will discuss factors to consider which apply when scaling chemical reactions up or scaling down to predict or reproduce conditions observed in the larger scale manufacturing environment, particularly:

  • Vessel geometry
  • Stirrer types
  • Baffles

Key learning objectives:

  1. Parameters to consider when trying to achieve efficient mixing

  2. The importance of vessel geometry, agitator shape and baffles

  3. The benefits of optimising agitators for their application

Who should attend?

  1. Contract labs (CRO, CMO, CDMO) & Pharma

  2. Process Chemists

  3. Scale Up Chemists

Webinar speakers

Nilesh Mistry

Nilesh Mistry

I have a PhD in Physical Chemistry: developing novel instruments for scientists, in all fields, to use during their research. I have over 7 years of experience in analytical chemistry, and the implementation of new technology within chemistry and biology labs.

Sam McCormack

Sam McCormack

I studied at the University of Sheffield and graduated with a Master’s degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology. After working for two years as a research scientist in biotech contract research, I joined the sales team at Radleys. I have since taken on the role of Product Manager and spend my time championing these products through sales and installations in the field.


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