Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) engineers, designs and fabricates tanks, pressure vessels, and reactors to meet the highest of standards while controlling cost for our clients.
Established in 1981, Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) are manufacturers of quality pressure vessels for industries worldwide.
Our ability to design and manufacture custom piping for chemical processing allows us to tailor the system to the specific needs of the facility.
Mixing tanks are used in chemical process systems to mix multiple liquid components together to create new compounds or products.
We fabricate numerous types of tanks and pressure vessels for chemical process systems, including non-code vessels.
We fabricate numerous types of tanks and pressure vessels for chemical process systems, including pipe reactors.
Applied Chemical Technology has the capability to engineer, design, and fabricate any tank, pressure vessel, or reactor to meet the highest of standards while controlling cost for our clients.
Since 1981, Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) has provided high quality, low cost fluid bed solutions to clients around the globe.
Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) designs and fabricates state-of-the-art batch fluid bed systems.
At ACT we understand that one size does not fit all. That’s why all of our fluid beds can be modified to suit your specific needs.
Applied Chemical Technology’s (ACT) Combination Fluid Bed/Baghouses integrate process operations and environmental control into a single unit, reducing space requirements and allowing greater flexibility in plant layout.
Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) Continuous Fluid Beds offer non-stop production capabilities for a vast array of process applications.
An ACT fluid bed sends a powerful stream of air up through your particulate material, suspending and circulating the particles like a boiling fluid.
At Applied Chemical Technology (ACT), we design and fabricate fluid bed reactors for many industries including petroleum, chemicals, polymer, biomass, and coal.
An ACT Continuous Coating System may be used to apply one or more coating materials and/or layers to a suitable substrate.
Applied Chemical Technology has expanded its capabilities by providing a skid mounted 10-34-0 ammonium polyphosphate liquid fertilizer processing plant.
Whether your process requires drying, mixing, granulating, coating, heating, or cooling; rotary drum systems fabricated at Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) since 1981 offer efficient, economical solutions for your process production needs.
Whether your process involves coating animal feed, proppants, plastics, small parts, tablets, fertilizer, or some other solid; an Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) coating drum is the perfect solution.
At Applied Chemical Technology (ACT), we build rotary drums used in the conditioning of solid materials like fertilizer, phosphate rock, or tar sands.
Every rotary drum cooler fabricated at Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) is backed by a team of engineers, designers, and craftsmen with experience in designing and building industrial equipment and developing industrial processes dating back to 1981.
Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) designs and fabricates rotary dryers for a wide variety of applications requiring drying of solids like powders, granular materials, and foods.
Each drum is built by our team of engineers, designers, and craftsman who together have more than 300 years of experience in granulation technology.
ACT can design and fabricate custom internals for your existing drum, allowing you to improve your process efficiency or even re-purpose your drum for a new process.
Evaluating fertilizer performance after development requires more than just testing whether the correct balance of nutrients are present and available. The fertilizer must also avoid problems with storage, handling, and transport.
We provide an innovative approach to fertilizer development, including the specialty fertilizer market.
Since 1981, Applied Chemical Technology (ACT), has led the fertilizer industry in fertilizer development, including specialty fertilizers, as well as the enhancement and improvement of existing fertilizer products
Applied Chemical Technology laboratory services provides testing for products developed in our laboratories or pilot plants. By having trained technicians on standby during development for our clients, we are able to provide quick turnaround on results often in less than 24 hours.
ACT maintains a wide variety of laboratory and bench scale equipment specialized for coating processes. Our laboratory scientists have extensive experience in developing coatings processes to meet your product specifications.
Since 1981, our laboratory specialists have performed laboratory testing on thousands of granulation and agglomeration products and processes. Through these tests, we have developed the skills to identify the best equipment to produce the desired product for your specific project
At ACT, we have decades of experience testing and developing products and processes that are designed for scale-up. In addition, we provide testing at the pilot scale as well as work with you to commercialize your process.
Thermal processing of materials is often the most expensive step of a process. Over the years, the specialists at Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) have developed an arsenal of skills and tools to economically meet the thermal processing requirements of their clients.
At Applied Chemical Technology (ACT), we are experienced in the development of both batch and continuous processes. Our engineers have the knowledge and experience to assist our clients in choosing the type of process best for their product and process specifications and production costs.
Since 1981, Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) has offered pilot plant services adding on-site facilities in 1983. Currently, ACT has 30,000 square feet of pilot plant space and an extensive stock of equipment available for pilot plant use.
Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) maintains laboratory and pilot plant facilities for use in product and process development. ACT pilot plants provide the best opportunity for developing and testing new products and new processes, along with incorporating new ideas into current processes.
Do you need your powder or flaked material converted to a flowable product that is low in dustiness? For materials with low melting points and low viscosities, prilling can be the answer
The engineering professionals at Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) in Florence, Alabama provide an integrated approach to your project with engineers, automation/control, designers, and fabricators all working together under one roof.
ACT’s in-house design group includes graduate mechanical engineers and highly-trained skilled draftsmen. Our experts take client information or internal process data and develop fabrication drawings for customized equipment, pilot plant design, or full-scale plant design.
At Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) our team of engineers and designers are experienced in taking projects from concept to completion including supervision of installation, commissioning, and startup.
An automation system from Applied Chemical Technology gives you pinpoint control of all your process variables, eliminating human error and assuring a more consistent level of product quality.
Applied Chemical Technology has years of experience working with clients in industries including fertilizer, chemical, waste-to-energy, mining, specialty chemical, algae and biomass, biofuel, and many others.
Applied Chemical Technology’s research and development services provide you with quick assessments of process and product development, as well as custom analytical procedures and product quality testing.
At Applied Chemical Technology (ACT), we are proud to offer complete project management services from project conception to commissioning and startup. Each project is assigned a project manager who is your primary point of contact throughout the project.
At Applied Chemical Technology, our engineers provide the expertise for structural needs including structural support for equipment, skid designs, and rigging and lifting points for equipment.
Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) modifies shipping containers (sea and land freight containers) to convert for use as modular buildings. Our transport container conversions and modifications are designed
Applied Chemical Technology, Inc. was founded in June 1981 by A. Ray Shirley, Jr. as an engineering firm providing consulting service to the chemical industry.
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