CSTRPP Pilot Plant
CSTRPP Pilot Plant
Computerized and automatic pilot plant is based on a CSTR and the operation is supported by many optional devices as MFC´s, pumps, pre-heaters, separators, pressure control systems,... Customer can design his own pilot plant using for it so many options as required for his operation needed, using for it a configuration sheet.
Four Runs Microactivity – Test Unit MAT ASTM D3907
Four Runs Microactivity – Test Unit MAT ASTM D3907
Fully automatic and computerized laboratory reactor for the analysis of Fluid Cracking Catalysts Designed to perform up to four independent and consecutive FCC tests in automatic mode without the presence of an operator.
Glasification Pilot Plant
Glasification Pilot Plant
PID Eng&Tech has worked in collaboration with important researches in the field of gasification in order to develop the most versatile pilot plant existing in the market nowadays. Its versatility and complete automatization, allows the user to determine optimal experimental conditions and detecting possible operational problem in industrial gasifiers.
Polymerization Micro-Pilot Plant
Polymerization Micro-Pilot Plant
PID Eng&Tech in co-operation with important Research and Technology Centres by means of different Collaboration Projects has developed a pilot plant to produce polyolefins. The plant comprises two continuous stirred-tank reactors that operate in series.
Supercritical Extraction
Supercritical Extraction
PID Eng&Tech has 4 plant models for SCF with volume extractors between 350cc and 2L in capacity. They operate at a maximum pressure of 380 bar, CO2 flowsup to 5 l/h, and using two separators with independent control temperature and pressure contrl. More than 15 units are currently in operation.
Autochem 2950 HP
Autochem 2950 HP
Micromeritics’ AutoChem 2950 HP Chemisorption Analyzer is an automated high-pressure catalyst characterization system that is capable of preparing and analyzing samples at elevated pressures up to 1000 psia and at temperatures from -100 to 1100 °C. The instrument can perform a variety of experiments including pulse chemisorption, BET surface area, temperature-programmed reduction (TPR), desorption (TPD), oxidation (TPO), and reaction analyses.
Chemisorb 2720/2750
Chemisorb 2720/2750
The ChemiSorb 2720 and ChemiSorb 2750 can be equipped to perform chemical and physical adsorption tests that are central to the development, testing, and production of catalysts. They employ the dynamic (flowing gas) technique of analysis by which the quantity of gas taken up by the sample or released from the sample surface is monitored by a Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD).
Chemisorb HTP
Chemisorb HTP
Optimum design and efficient utilization of catalysts require a thorough understanding of the surface structure and surface chemistry of the catalytic material. Chemical adsorption analyses can provide much of the information needed to evaluate catalyst materials in the design and production phases, as well as after a period of use.
GC600
GC600
The excellent performance of the GC600 is attributed to its unique specifications; the pneumatics with high accuracy A/D converter and superb low inertia fast heating and cooling; high precision oven (± 0.1°C displayed); cold septum purgeless injector along with a full range of detectors and electrometers. The latest electronics based on FPGA’s and micro embedded PC’s, have allowed total diagnostics and remote control of systems via Internet and TCP/IP protocols.
ASAP 2050 XP
ASAP 2050 XP
The fuel cell and its chemical energy source, hydrogen, have received much recent attention as a promising long-term solution to the world’s energy needs. Developing storage technologies involving advanced materials and the conversion of hydrogen to useful forms of energy are of critical importance. A fundamental understanding of hydrogen physisorption/chemisorption processes and adsorption/desorption kinetics is needed to optimize hydrogen uptake and release capacity rates.
HPVA – 100 High Pressure Volumentric Analyzer
HPVA – 100 High Pressure Volumentric Analyzer
The HPVA instruments are designed to measure the high-pressure adsorption isotherms with hydrogen, methane, carbon dioxide and other gases using the static volumetric method. Typical applications for this instrument include catalysts, zeolites, activated carbons, carbon nanotubes, and hydrides. Understanding the adsorption characteristics of materials is critical in the research and advancement of hydrogen storage, fuel cells and batteries stack gas scrubbers, and hydrocarbon traps.
MA-1040 Magnetic Analyzer
MA-1040 Magnetic Analyzer
The MA-1040 Magnetic Analyzer detects and measures low levels of metallic iron content in sample materials. Whether it be ultra high-purity glass used in the manufacture of fiber optics or plastic used to produce insulation for electrical wires, knowing the concentration of metallic iron in the raw material is critical to controlling the quality of the finished product.