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Cambridge, MAPPT engineered the RO QuickLab System (distribution pump flow rate of 15 gpm and a 200 gal. tank) with a Reject Water Option (5 gpm, 100 gal. tank) for this biotechnology startup to aid in their research efforts.
Cambridge, MAThis RODI system with reject water reclaim option was built for multi-tenant heavy usage of high purity water in Cambridge, MA. The RODI water generated is being used by labs conducting breakthrough research and development.
VirginiaPPT assisted this NPO by engineering, delivering, assembling, and testing a Cabinet Mount Solvent Purification System with 4 Solvents columns, isocyanate scrubber, and one extra empty slot for future use and 4 take off flasks. Solvents to be used included THF, Ethyl Acetate, DCM and DMF.
Silicon Valley, CAPPT’s latest client is an award winning Silicon Valley Technology Company leading the development of transparent photovoltaics with the world’s first transparent solar technology that will be utilized in a wide range of products as an invisible, onboard source of electricity.
San Diego, CAPPT’s recent collaboration included the design, engineering, and installation of a solvent purification system for this prestigious biotechnology company that specializes in chemical biology and synthetic chemistry. PPT’s system included setup for four solvents with an extra slot which were mounted inside the 90 gallon Safety Cabinet, an Iso Scrubber, 316L Keg for Methylene Chloride and (4) 250ml Take Off flasks.
Cambridge, MAThe Raines Group at MIT, recently requested a PPT Solvent Purification System installed, that was recommissioned and shipped to the MIT Chemistry lab for use in their research. SPS components included a 6 column system.
Boston, MAUtilizing the most advanced type of manufacturing technology, this Boston, MA based client builds with biology and designs, engineers, develops, tests, and licenses organisms. The company discovers molecules in flavors, sweeteners, cosmetic ingredients, crop treatments, and pharmaceuticals.
Upton, NYOne of ten national laboratories overseen and primarily funded by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Brookhaven National Laboratory conducts research in the physical, biological, and environmental sciences, as well as in energy technologies and national security. From unraveling new details of the particle soup that filled the early universe to designing improvements for batteries, x-ray imaging, and even glass, their discoveries and achievements span a spectrum of size scales and fields of science.
Houston, TXThis system replaces the need to put the solvent system into a fume hood, additionally, it is a safe and secure cabinet option that meets stringent EH & S department regulations.
Cambridge, MAFocused on mRNA and emerging Therapy's. Moving into a newly renovated space this customer needed to supply RO Water across 30 separate drops in their lab.
Hanover, NHThrough the successful turnkey completion and installation of their system, Prof. Micalizio, his students and colleagues, can look forward to trouble free dry anhydrous solvent for years to come.
Lexington, MAExpanding rapidly PPT collaborated with this company and developed a customized solution to meet the demands in their newly renovated facility.
Austin, TXPPT’s dedicated team of solvent system experts assisted Dr. Rose and his research Group in determining which system was right for their needs and guided them through the process of system selection.
Lexington, MAA company focused on Gene Therapy in phase II needed to produce USP Water to feed their WFI System and also the labs within their newly constructed facility.
Tuscaloosa, ALThe solvent system was installed by PPT and is used extensively in dry solvent synthetic procedures, an integral component in the Lab’s air sensitive organometallic research.
Charlestown, MAFocused on the microbes associated with plant growth this company required a system to support their R&D efforts.
Evanston, ILSolvent purification system is used by graduate students, undergraduate students, and postdoctoral associates to dry solvents that are used for the air and water free synthesis of functional metal-organic molecules and materials.
Cambridge, MAOur customer needed to supply multiple tenants on multiple floors in this newly renovated 200,000 sq./ft. lab space.
Boston, MAExpanding Into a newly refurbished space this customer required a Type I RODI water system for R&D
InternationalA major supplier of fuel cell power plants required an efficient, turnkey water purification system to produce water needed in the reforming process.
Durham, New HampshireThe renovation of the university’s chemistry building required major upgrades to the research and wet teaching labs with a requirement for a central water purification system.
InternationalThis customer required a DI Water Polish Skid to ensure the varying water quality into their Hydrogen Generators was constant.
Concord, NHSystem included a 2,000 gallon per day RO/DI reverse osmosis deionization system with multiple tanks and pumps.