Reaction/
Capabilities

Based on technology we have cultivated over the years,
we are capable of quickly setting up production classes from laboratory scaling up to 10,000 liters,
and establishing mass production processes.
Furthermore, our capabilities extend to re-crystallization, purification processing by the use of active carbons,
and elimination of foreign particles with the use of various types of filtration.
Recently, in order to respond to the market's need for diversified consigned synthesizing;
we installed reactors for processing various kinds of high viscosity polymers.
We provide integrated manufacturing from monomer to polymer.
In addition, we can cope with the wide range of needs arising in advanced technology fields concerning functional
polymeric materials, such as functional polymer material denaturation, phase inversion emulsification and purification.

Example of synthesis reaction

Below the list shows part of synthesis reactions we have applied in our manufacturing process. We can also offer solutions to customers' various needs making full use of other various organic synthesis reactions.

Various reaction
Halogenation
Esterification
Sulfonation (Sulfuric anhydride)
Nitration
Synthesis of acyl chloride
Etherification
Alkylation
Hydroxylation
Amination
Michael addition
Oxidation
Reduction
Amidation
Friedel-Crafts reaction
Various polymer synthesis
Radical polymerization of (meta)acrylate Living radical polymerization Phase transfer emulsification of solution polymer
Polyaddition using diisocyanate and diol
(polyurethane)
Ring-opening polymerization of lactone
(polyester)
Suspension/emulsion polymerization
Granulation, modification, removal of solvent, displacement of solvent, purification
Various monomer synthesis
Functionalized (meth)acrylate monomer using (meth)acrylic acid chloride or (meth)acrylic acid anhydride,
various monomer synthesis applied synthetic technology.

Reaction results that have distinctive characteristics

  • Reaction with hydroxylamine

  • Regio- and stereoselective reactions of sugar compounds