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PROCESSIUM site’s visit


Summary of the site visit:

  • After a short presentation of Processium and its services dedicated to the development of extraction and purification industrial processes for natural ingredients production, Processium will introduce its laboratory scale facilities including process unit operations, physico-chemical properties measurements, thermodynamics and kinetics data acquisition, and analysis. This will end by a -presentation of its pilot scale facilities focused on continuous distillation.

Description of the company/site:

  • Founded in 2002 by engineers coming from the chemical industry, Processium is an independent company employing about forty collaborators and specialized in design, development and optimisation of processes for chemical and biotechnological industries. Processium provides services for the biggest industrial companies and also supports the industrialisation of projects coming from innovative start-up. Processium is located close to the scientific campus of Lyon (Rhone Valley, France) and is surrounded by some of the best research laboratories with which Processium collaborates regularly. Processium has high-level team of experts, laboratories dedicated to analysis, measurements and laboratory scale pilot units. Processium participates actively, in particular within the framework of collaborative research projects, in miscellaneous European technical and business clusters and associations.Processium has created in 2014 a subsidiary located on the scientific campus of Unicamp (São Paulo State, Brazil), and strengthens its commercial presence in Europe and in North America. This development comes along with the construction of new premises which locate in the same place its team of experts and enhance its technical means with, in particular, a new technological and demonstration hall which allow Processium to validate experimentally the processes, to produce samples and to accommodate the pilots of its customers.

Practical information

12:00 pm – Immeuble « Le 380 » – 30 rue Marguerite 69100 Villeurbanne – France (Condorcet station – T1 & T4)

12:00 pm – Immeuble « Le 380 » – 30 rue Marguerite 69100 Villeurbanne – France (Condorcet station – T1 & T4)

– To visit, it is require to wear appropriated clothes (covered legs and closed shoes).
– Protective equipments (glasses, gown,…) will be lent to you on site.
– The visit is not recommended to pregnant women.

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