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Process Plant Design

Applied Chemical Technology solves process and production problems. We specialize in developing innovative products and processes for the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and agriculture industries.

ACT can take your project through every stage of development from laboratory to pilot plant to commercial scale plants. ACT provides testing, design, engineering, and fabrication to complete your project as timely and economically as possible.


Client Participation

ACT encourages client involvement during every stage of a project, from inception to completion. We'll provide your personnel with on site office space and secretarial assistance throughout your project's development.

Expertise & Experience

Applied Chemical Technology has offered unparalleled engineering and development services to the chemical industry since 1981. Our development experience covers a wide range of process applications and chemical products including:

Process Applications

  • Granulating
  • Agglomerating
  • Prilling
  • Pelletizing
  • Impregnating
  • Coating
  • Spraying
  • Spray Drying
  • Drying
  • Cooling
  • Reacting
  • Incinerating
  • Mixing
  • Concentrating
  • Classifying
  • Sizing
  • Dedusting

Products & Materials

  • Chlorinated Organic Chemicals
  • Cosmetics
  • Epoxy Intermediates
  • Feeds
  • Fertilizers
  • Fine Chemicals
  • Foods
  • Fuels
  • Industrial Chemicals
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Polymers
  • Radioactive Materials
  • Specialty Chemicals
  • Volatiles

Confidentiality & Patents

At Applied Chemical Technology we understand the sensitive nature of every project, particularly when a project involves new or proprietary technology. That's why we offer every client the security of signed secrecy agreements. With ACT your project is kept completely confidential, both during the project and afterwards. ACT also believes that our work for you belongs to you. We will assign any patentable developments from your project to you, and assist in applying for these patents with the United States Patent Office and the patent authorities of other countries.