Laminar Co., Ltd.

Laminar Co., Ltd.

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LCTR® means a reactor using a Taylor flow developed by Laminar. The LCTR® is supposed to replace the existing chemical reactors through the production of high-purity substances via a very uniform and powerful mixing effect using a Taylor flow.
The application of our products to the production of graphene and graphene oxide has the following advantages:
 
Decreasing of reaction time (Max 15 min)
Enhancement of productivity via continuous production (1500 ton/yr @ 1 ton reactor)
Reduction of costs via an increase in yields (99.9%, less than 5 layers )
Very simple operating method.
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2021
19 Jan 2021

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