has built a new industrial plant that combines a distribution center with R&D operations at the site of the old Ford Motors Plant in Hazelwood, MO. The new facility includes pre-engineered sanitary blending systems and several semi-automated packaging lines. These modular process systems were designed, built and installed by EPIC.
The discovery of new medications, electronic and solar device components has gotten a speed boost. The synthesis and purification of small organic molecules is now identifiable and replicable, a nearly impossible process to automate before now. Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a synthetic chemical method and machine that creates 14 different classes of molecules. What discovery has enabled this leap forward in molecule automation?
Blending systems are a difficult topic to begin with, but they don’t have to be. Integrators are available to answer common questions to keep you aware of the evolving topics of continuous blending. Here you can see six answers to frequent dosing system questions…
Join EPIC to celebrate our 20th Anniversary! Our Tropical, Festive, Happenin’, Uber-Exciting Bash is August 28, 2015 from 11 am – 9 pm! We look forward to celebrating the relationships and people that have helped make EPIC a success. #20EPICYears