Conventional phase separation devices do not remove all traces of contamination. As a result, solid and liquid contaminants tend to persist in liquid or gas streams, and can create operating challenges (foaming, fouling, reliability issues, downtime). Transcend will present a series of case studies that illustrate how advances in separation technologies have made it possible to accomplish the kinds of separation efficiencies that were not previously attainable.
Matt Thundyil is a Chemical Engineer, with a PhD in Advanced Separations from The University of Texas. He has spent the past 20 years in technology licensing and separation technology development. Dr. Thundyil joined Transcend over 5 years ago to lead a business committed to combining process technology knowledge with separations technology and flexible custom manufacturing. In the 28 years since graduating, he has been published in many peer reviewed and industry journals, spoken at quite a few industry conferences, and is named as an inventor on multiple patents.