Desining and manufacturing the first carbonic gas liquefaction chiller using CO2 as refrigerant

This system was designed and built in order to condense CO2 gas up to 70 bar and turn it into loquid CO2, eliminating the need for conventional refrigerants.

Production of packing from rolled sheet

TThe rolling machine for this type of packing was designed and built in-house. These packings are designed and built in-house. These packings are designed to be used in packed towers, where the surface-to-weight ratio for mass transfer and the solution's standing time are well respected this incrase the absorption efficiency.

construction of the first co2 refrigeration dryer using liquid co2 in this system, the moisture in the co2 gas is separated in the form of frost as a result of thermal resistance (liquid in the tube and gas in the shell). the results in dry gas with a dew point of less than -45 degrees celsius. This innovative system does not require any conventional absorbents such as silica-gel or alumina

construction of the first ammonia absorption liquefaction system

using a compression unit for co2 gas liquefaction significantly increases electrical consumption. at scd, the approach has been to reducing energy consumption and thus lowering co2 avoided cost. since ammonia has high solubility in water and it is a great refrigerant, we have designed and built an ammonia absorption system based on heat recovery thus lowering electrical consumption by as much as 40% for liquefaction process.

Design and manufacture of automatic dry ice press

the design and construction of our dry ice press has been done completely in-house. dry ice is produced in blocks with dimensions of 16 x 24 cm and thickness of 5 to 20 cm for use in food transportation systems

Solvent coloring system

scd has developed a proprietary colouring system for our mpn solvent. the amine based solvent changes colour over time. we use our unique colouring scheme to analyze the performance of our solvent, and based on this suitable makeup is injected into the system.

MPn Solvent

SCD technology has a few pillars, one of which is the emergence of MPn solvent. In the world of Caron capturing solvents play a pivotal role; not only the solvent has to be Oxygen tolerant, it must also have lower regeneration energy than conventional MEA (Mono Ethanol Amine). Our unique solvent achieves both of these goals at a fraction of the cost from global competitors.