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SDSμ-Scubbers & Separators increase the yield of industrial processes and reduce emission of harmful gases & particles.

Type Company
Founded 2017
Company Size 10
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Founders Cor Saris, Albert van Lawick van Pabst
Headquarters 5211 BS 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
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SDSμ-Scubbers & Separators increase the yield of (methanol, ammonia, urea,…) production and reduce the emission of harmful gases (CO2 SO2, H2S, NH3,..) as well as small particles ( CO, metal oxides, urea,..) in chemical, pharmaceutical and agro-industrial processes.. Owing to this unique separation technology, yields, cost savings and emission targets can be realized that are either not feasible with existing separation technologies or only realizable at much higher investment- and operational costs. For example, an efficiency increase of 0.1% in the methanol industry leads to 1+ Euro million extra yield with an investment payback of less than 0.5 years. Emission targets can be typically realized at 50% of the cost in comparison with conventional separation techniques.
Headquarters 5211 BS 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

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