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Fractional distillation systems for continuous and batch processes

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Pope Scientific

Pope Scientific

This company’s stainless-steel fractional distillation systems (photo) are available for batch or continuous processes, and are designed for critical applications, including high-purity processing, fragrances, foods, specialty chemicals, pharmaceutical intermediates, bio-based materials, solvents and so on. Column diameters from 1 to 24 in., and flowrates ranging from less than 1 to greater than 1,000 kg/h cover laboratory, pilot and commercial-production scales. Various types of designs, packings, column internals, control systems and alternate materials, such as Hastelloy and glass, are available. Individual key components or partial systems are also available for users that choose to build their own systems. — Pope Scientific, Inc., Saukville, Wis.

www.popeinc.com

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