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Colasit process plant construction made of plastic for chemically aggressive liquids

Setting the standard for plastic construction

Mixing systems, agitator vessels, reactors made of plastic for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry

 

Mixing systems, agitator vessels, reactors made of plastic for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry. Colasit provides mixing systems, agitator vessels and reactors made of plastic for chemically-aggressive liquids according to the customer requirements in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry. 

The required mixing quality defines the selection of conveyance and dosing equipment, as well as the mixing process.

Process plant technology: mixing systems, agitator vessels made of plastic for the pharmaceutical industry, biotech industry - Colasit

Mixing and homogenisation vessel with frame on scales

Process plant technology: mixing systems, agitator vessels made of plastic for the pharmaceutical industry, biotech industry – Colasit

Blending vessel with sight glass

Process plant technology: mixing systems, agitator vessels made of plastic for the pharmaceutical industry, biotech industry – Colasit

Batch mixing vessel on weighing cells

: Process plant technology made of plastic for the pharmaceutical industry, biotech industry

Fully-automated blending station for powder, flake or liquid polymers

Our range of services comprises:

  • Consultation and support with regard to the requirements from the GMP guidelines such as surface quality or cleaning and material compatibility (PE, PP, PVC, PVDF, ECTFE, etc.)
  • Engineering: Design and layout of apparatuses and pipelines, 3D planning, etc.
  • Production 
  • Documentation with test certificate, material certificates, welder certificates, etc.
  • FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) in the Colasit factory
  • Installation, assembly
  • SAT (Site Acceptance Test) on-site

Data sheets, brochures for mixing vessels

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Stephan Blaser
Kevin Hulliger