News Article | February 15, 2017
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Feb. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In 5 weeks' time, CPhI SEA is set to open its doors from March 22-24 at Jakarta International Expo, offering the only dedicated pharma trading platform for the region. Sign up today! In Jakarta, over 260 participating companies will offer an unparalleled opportunity in South East Asia to network, do business and advance this fast growing industry. But who are the machinery exhibitors? A sneak preview of some of them: Daiichi Jitsugyo (Japan): Equipment for inspection, drug formulation, filling, and state-of-the-art packaging, leveraging accumulated experience and an extensive know-how in medicine, food, cosmetics, and oil-related fields. De Dietrich (Singapore): Whether you are installing a new kilo lab, pilot plant, or large-scale API manufacturing facility, or if you need to upgrade your existing facility to meet new requirements or regulation, De Dietrich Process Systems can provide a customized solution incorporating containment, CIP, SIP, automation and mixing. Lauda (Germany): The global leader in the manufacture of innovative Constant temperature equipment and systems for science, application technology and production. GF (Italy): Leading provider of sterilization equipment, filling solutions and inspection technology for the pharmaceutical industry. High Fine Engineering (China): Mainstream supplier of water system equipment in the global pharmaceutical industry. Sefar (Switzerland): Leading manufacturer of precision fabrics from monofilaments for the screen printing and filtration markets. Sefar products are used in a wide variety of industries including food and pharmaceutical. Libra Emas Permata (Indonesia): High-tech solution for commercial, scientific, industrial and household weighing and measurement applications. Sole Agent of A&D Japan in Indonesia. BW Tek (USA): Advanced instrumentation company producing optical spectroscopy and laser instrumentation, as well as laboratory, portable and handheld Raman systems. Click here for the full exhibitors list The forum matches key international players interested in investing in Indonesia with the top tier pharma companies in the country looking for reliable partners. Business networking platform for ASEAN companies - manufacturers and distributors alike - focusing on bilateral trade with Indian counterparts. CPhI SEA has invested significantly in expanding its database of distributors in the region with the aim of magnifying the reach and making the event truly regional. All distributors have been invited to visit the event and network with peers and the exhibitors. Following the success of last year's matchmaking program, which saw 353 pre-booked meetings taking place during the event, this year the program has been enhanced and expanded. To further promote CPhI SEA as a pharma bridge in South East Asia, roadshows have been organized in several countries in partnerships with local associations and stakeholders (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam). Don't miss the opportunity to be part of the change; register here and join the event and its business matchmaking program! The CPhI series of events drives growth and innovation in the global pharmaceutical industry, with leading exhibitions and online communities covering every step of the supply chain from drug discovery to finished dosage. Government supporters: Ministry of Health, Ministry of Industry, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board, National Agency for Drug and Food Control Regional Supporters: Pharmaceutical Society of Singapore (PSS), Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association (PReMA) -Thailand, Malaysian Association of Pharmaceutical Suppliers (more to come)
Pertler M.,De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH |
Dichtl G.,De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH |
Walter U.,De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH |
Hessenius T.,De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH |
Korbach J.,De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH
ACS Symposium Series | Year: 2013
De Dietrich Process Systems has a long history in the recovery of nitric and sulfuric acids for all different types of nitration processes. Most of these recovery operations are tailor-made designs and provide the most efficient solutions to our customers. We fabricate the equipment needed for these operations from highly corrosion resistant borosilicate glass and glass-lined steel. An improved system to recycle acid in a DNT manufacturing facility is discussed. © 2013 American Chemical Society.
Dreiser C.,University of Kaiserslautern |
Gneist G.,De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH |
Bart H.-J.,University of Kaiserslautern
Chemical Engineering and Technology | Year: 2013
The glass packing QVF DURAPACK® was developed to use the advantages of structured mass transfer packings, especially when handling corrosive media. To match up with the latest developments for sheet metal packings, further optimization for liquid-liquid separation processes was performed for the QVF DURAPACK®. The complex geometry of structured packings and the wall thickness of glass sheets complicate the numerical investigations. The modeling strategy is presented, and the limitations of CFD tools are given. The experimental and numerical results show similar trends as known for perforated metal structures. The extraction efficiency of the packing prototype could also be reproduced with the column design tool LLECMOD. To optimize the glass packing QVF DURAPACK® with regard to extraction efficiency, a detailed understanding of the hydrodynamic behavior is crucial. Therefore, computa-tional fluid dynamics is used and the challenges in modeling are discussed. The extraction column design tool LLECMOD was used to compare calculated mass transfer results of the developed prototype to the experimental data. Copyright © 2013 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
De Dietrich Process Systems GmbH | Date: 2010-09-08
The invention relates to a method for reprocessing waste acid from methods for producing nitro-aromatics, in particular for producing dinitrotoluene (DNT) or trinitrotoluene (TNT), to recover concentrated and purified sulfuric acid and nitric acid, wherein in a first stage, the waste acid is separated in a stripping column countercurrently with water vapor from the bottom of the stripping column into at least one vapor phase, which contains nitric acid and possibly nitro-organics, and a pre-concentrated sulfuric acid, and the vapor phase and the pre-concentrated sulfuric acid are condensed and/or reprocessed in downstream method stages, wherein in the first stage of the method, in addition to the stripping, according to the invention the nitric acid contained in the stripping vapor is concentrated in the presence of additional concentrated sulfuric acid so that nitric acid in a highly concentrated form suitable for feeding back into the nitriding process is obtained directly in the first stage.