Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) May 22, 2014
Arisdyne Systems significantly upgraded their laboratory capabilities by creating its own 220 sq. ft. Mobile Validation Laboratory. Adding this resource to its facility services will provide more timely and accurate testing verification and yield enhancement measurement onsite at ethanol plants during validation tests of the Controlled Flow Cavitation (CFC™) System.
“By providing a fully equipped, fully staffed mobile lab on site to monitor the yield improvements, Arisdyne is able to quickly and accurately verify the results from the Controlled Flow Cavitation (CFC™) technology,” said Fred Clarke, Executive Vice President of Arisdyne Systems, Inc. “Moreover, this onsite capability allows us to work directly with our customer’s plant operations and lab teams. By participating in the testing, the plants can verify how the technology performs before and after treatment with real time results and consistency.”
Industry veteran Bill Herdt, who has an extensive testing and operations background in the ethanol production industry and James Wolfe, with 18 years in field service engineering experience, will staff the Mobile Lab. The lab’s design and equipment configuration was developed at Arisdyne under the supervision of Scott Incorvia, Director of Operations, based on early test guidance from the National Corn-to-Ethanol (NCERC) and Ohio State’s Agricultural Research & Development Center (OARDC) regarding validation test protocols.
Fully equipped with incubator and water baths for control of both temperature and environment, the lab has a centrifuge for separation and HPLC prep capabilities, in addition to a convection oven and autoclave for sample drying and sterilization. Other features include analytical / loading balances, caframo mixers and computer stations.
Arisdyne Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of retrofit equipment and value-creating services for fuel ethanol and biodiesel producers. Arisdyne specializes in designing small footprint devices that utilize its patented controlled flow hydrodynamic cavitation and applies its CFC™ technology to increase yield for ethanol production from both starch and fiber, reducing chemical consumption for vegetable oil degumming and neutralization. In addition, reduced catalyst consumption for biodiesel production, increase methane gas yield and reduce solids at anaerobic digestion, and changes in viscosity and density of heavy crude oil. For more information, call 216-458-1991, ext.427 or visit the company website at http://www.arisdyne.com.