Case Studies

Solvent recovery

PROJECT DESCRIPTION The Project is to design and to develop a new unit able to separate three solvents (alcohols) mixed with salts and water with a 99.5% specification on purity. OUR METHODOLOGY The methodology developed by Processium was based on: Issue […]

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Design and development of process to recover alcohols

PROJECT DESCRIPTION A Client produces a chemical component through following reaction: Formol + Alcohol → Main Product + Water One of the streams of the process is a mixture formol-alcohol-water. Water has to be removed, purified and sent back to environment, […]

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Development of technical packages

PROJECT DESCRIPTION A Client had the Project to invest a new process unit able to produce 8 different products of the same kind. Its requests to validate its Project are: PRODUCTS: set up of market specifications of 8 products (several markets […]

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Technical and economic feasibility study for an innovative reaction route for the synthesis of a specialty chemical

PROJECT DESCRIPTION A Client developed an innovative reaction route for the synthesis of a specialty chemical. The Client asks Processium to develop a process to produce and purify this product. The objective is to validate technico-economical feasibility of the Project. OUR METHODOLOGY Several […]

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Production of large organic acids sample

PROJECT DESCRIPTION A Client developed a bacteria which converts raw materials into organic acids and Processium designed and developed the process for DSP. First samples were produced at laboratory scale (around 100 mL) at Processium premises but 10 L were requested to […]

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Production of a light chemical sample extracted from biogas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION A Client developed a bacteria which converts sugar into light chemical and Processium designed and developed the process for DSP. In order to supply samples to potential end-users, 40 kg of purified product (extracted from pressurized gases) have to be […]

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