Four Reasons You Need to Utilize a Pilot Plant

Four Reasons You Need to Utilize a Pilot Plant

Four Reasons You Need to Utilize a Pilot Plant

Worried about separations? Worried about yield?  Have recycle streams in your process? You’re in need of a pilot plant.

Pilot plants and are an extension of the early development work, and until you run an entire process from start to finish, you won’t know what the issues are. There are four key reasons for using pilot plants in process and product development:

  1. Validation – validate your technology
  2. Scalability – gather the design information necessary to scale-up the process
  3. Optimization – find a better operating condition
  4. Market Development – produce realistic product samples for customer testing

MATRIC has the infrastructure and the expertise to help you. Our infrastructure in our pilot plants includes – but is not limited to – steam, high voltage electric, water and nitrogen. Our technical experts average over 25 years of experience in successfully developing and piloting new technologies.  Additionally, we have experience working with the environmental and regulatory bodies, which allows us to move your projects forward… faster.

— To learn more about MATRIC’s pilot plant capabilities, please contact Rob Nunley.