Skid Mounted Systems + Trailer Mounted Systems + Mobile Systems

Systems Engineered and Fabricated for Portability

As the demand for modular/skid mounted systems continues to increase, we at Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) provide the perfect solution with quality built skid mounted and trailer mounted systems. Our skidded systems are designed to meet the challenges of the growing market of our clients in the chemical, pharmaceutical, fertilizer, biomass, polymer, energy and alternative fuels industries. Our skilled manpower, design tools, and automation/control experts enables ACT to provide custom skid mounted systems in a timely manner and at an economical cost. Our experience in the design and fabrication of skid mounted and trailer mounted systems range from small pumping skids up to multi-million dollar modular chemical plants.

Materials of Construction: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Hastelloy®, Inconel®, Other Alloys and Metals, Fiberglass, Wood, Plastic


  • Chemical Processing
  • Fertilizer
  • Mining/Minerals
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Waste to Energy
  • Biomass, Biodiesel, Biochemical
  • Food, Flavor, Fragrance
  • Animal Feed
  • Chemicals
  • Developing Technologies


  • Small Chemical Plants
  • Pilot Plants
  • Demonstration Plants
  • Batching and Blending Systems
  • Pumping Systems
  • Granulation Systems
  • Coating Systems
  • Material Handling
  • Filtration or Liquid Extractions
  • Water Purification Systems
  • Thermal Processing
  • Melting Systems
  • Piping Modules
  • Motor Control Systems
  • Distillation and Solvent Recovery
  • Chemical Purification
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Pharmaceutical skids
  • BioFuels Skids
  • Equipment Mounted Skids
  • Fertilizer Production Skids
  • Custom Designed Skid Systems

Why Choose a Skidded, Modular, or Trailer Mounted System?

Modular Chemical Processing System
Modular Chemical Processing System

Our clients are faced with many challenges in their industrial settings that skidded, modular, or mobile systems can meet. For example, building a modular system off-site expedites the construction process. Shop construction provides ready access to construction equipment, fabrication without weather related delays, and construction without delays due to work permitting. Since the efforts of personnel at most production companies are dedicated to running the plant, sourcing new process systems to an outside company allows plant engineers and other staff to keep their plant running uninterrupted and perform their daily obligations. Also, building off-site skidded or mobile systems allows for the design, fabrication, and testing to be performed prior to delivery which minimizes interruptions in plant site operation. Furthermore, prices for skidded systems are quoted for the complete unit which typically saves the client unplanned expenses as compared to jobs that are bid as T&M.

Benefits of ACT Skid or Trailer Mounted System:

  • Cost Savings
  • Stream-lined Start-up Time
  • Reduced Installation Cost
  • Shipped Fully Assembled
  • FAT (Factory Acceptance Testing) Performed Prior to Shipping
  • Best Choice for Construction in Remote Locations
  • Off-site Construction without Interrupting Current System Operations
  • Efficient and Quality Fabrication
  • Reduced Safety Risks
  • Portability/Relocation of Skid System or Trailer Mounted as Needed
  • Optional Designs to Fit shipping containers
  • Fully Automated and Integrated Turnkey Systems

Some companies find that a better alternative to small skid mounted systems, are modular systems that can be trailer mounted . Trailer mounting a modular system allows the client to move the process from one location to another providing flexibility and savings for processes that do not run 24/7.

Expertise and System Components

Our engineers and system integrators are experienced in designing and building skid systems. We provide expertise in project management, equipment procurement, design, and fabrication from concept to commissioning. Under one roof, we provide our clients with project management, process concept development, pilot testing, preliminary engineering, modular system design, detailed engineering, system construction, and system testing.

Systems May Include:

  • Equipment for Unit Operations
  • Tanks, Pumps, Valves, Mixers, Controls
  • Reactors
  • Heaters/Coolers
  • Pre-installed Utility Systems
  • Full Automation and Control
  • Start-up and Commissioning
  • On-site Training
  • Flexible Designs