A novel minireactor for direct fluorination of organic and inorganic substances was tested. The reactor consists of nickel-coated copper blocks with mechanically machined 1 mm channels and is equipped with an active cooling system. The direct fluorination of ethylene carbonate and propylene carbonate is described. For the fluorinated propylene carbonate, the NMR data of various fluorinated isomers were determined. The Gibbs reaction energies for the direct fluorination of ethylene and propylene carbonate were calculated at the reliable G3 level of theory. The excellent decomposition stability of the cyclic carbonates against high fluorine and HF concentrations also qualifies them as good solvents for direct fluorination processes, especially for ionic substrates. In this respect, the direct fluorination of the inorganic salt closo-K2[B12H12] in cyclic carbonates is presented.