Industries and Applications

What we do

In 2017 Croll Reynolds will have dedicated over 100 years to the design and manufacture of vacuum systems for the world’s process industries.

As a leader in our discipline we have had experience in a wide variety of applications in the process industries we serve. Croll Reynolds’ systems are custom-designed in strict accordance to our client’s specifications regarding the required suction pressure, system capacity and the parameters unique process.From the chemical processing plants in the United States to the oil refineries in the Middle East and the palm oil processing plants of Asia Croll Reynolds’ vacuum systems are known for their quality, reliability and energy efficient operation. 

 

chemistry

Chemical

Chemical processes are vacuum intensive and may require single, two, three, or four stage ejector systems

Oil and Gas

Vacuum distillation is critical to petrochemical hydrocarbon recovery and processing systems

Power Plants

Ejector technology support turbine efficiency in geothermal, combined cycle, and standard power plants

Steel

Degassing systems offer a reliable means to remove nitrogen, hydrogen and other impurities from molten metal and alloys

Food and Beverage

Vacuum technology for every stage of the food and beverage manufacturing process

Pharmaceuticals

Precision equipment for the synthesis and handling of pharmaceutical products

Edible Oil

Ejector systems to facilitate the oleochemical processing of natural fats and oils

Flavors and Fragrances

Protecting valuable active ingredients from degradation, oxidation, and heat impact

Pulp & Paper 

Vacuum refrigeration provides cooling water in paper and pulp processing plants

Water Treatment and Desalination

Vacuum processes for purification and water resource management

Fibers

Croll Reynolds has designed and manufactured vacuum systems for the textile industry since DuPont invented Nylon in the 1940s

Altitude Simulation

Specialized ejector systems for commercial aerospace and international space agencies