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Featured Batch Mix System

Control Engineering: How EPIC Quickly Doubled Production with Process Automation EPIC provided services to International Food Company and a case study outlining their success was recently published in Control Engineering. EPIC partnered with International Food Company to help meet their goal to rapidly expand their process and packaging lines in a new facility. EPIC was […]

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Batch vs Continuous Blending – Featured in Chemical Engineering

  One of our engineers, Stephen Benbrook, was recently published in Chemical Engineering. Contributing to the Facts at your Fingertips column, he discussed the pros and cons of three different blending approaches. There are several factors that must be considered when deciding which blending approach to use. Below is a quick comparison of manual batch […]

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Manufacturing Day 2017: Top 10 Facts

Celebrating Ingenuity on National Manufacturer’s Day Happy National Manufacturing Day! At EPIC, we are proud to partner with clients that contribute so much to America’s success. We think manufacturers are key to America’s success, and we have collected some impressive facts about U.S. Manufacturing you may not know to celebrate this unique holiday. Impressive U.S. […]

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What is Process Intensification and How Can You Implement It?

Process Intensification (PI) is a topic receiving considerable attention recently. Using the simple definition of Stankiewicz and Moulijn (2000), PI is ‘Any chemical engineering development that leads to a substantially smaller, cleaner, safer, and more energy efficient technology.’ The improvement is expected to be substantial (tens to hundreds of percent), as the benefits from the […]

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Distillation Column Design Best Practices

Distillation column design best practices are guidelines to help you size and design distillation columns that perform optimally within your process parameters. The starting point of all column design is to determine the relative volatility of the key substances to be separated. Using a mass and energy balance simulation program the physical and chemical properties of the substances you […]

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