Advanced science.  Applied technology.


Separation and Purification

Separation is often the most important and costly important parts of many chemical and refining processes. Efforts to improve the efficiency of raw material usage using reactive distillation or converting coproducts, byproducts, and waste products to value-added products and recycle streams have increased the need for improved and novel separation technologies. Using our existing distillation and separation pilot plant equipment our engineers and scientists can quickly provide proof-of-concept to commercial demonstration and development of novel separations technologies, such as new separation sorbents, for conventional and complex feedstock matrices.