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Back to the roots …

PILODIST GmbH proudly announces relocation of the current two different production sites in Bonn to a new corporate headquarter in the industrial park of Meckenheim, just located at the outskirts of Bonn. Read More »

Fully automatic distillation system PETRODIST® 400 CC – 10/6 l

Processor controlled combined crude oil distillation system for fully automatic and simultaneous operation according to ASTM D-2892 (TBP) and ASTM D-5236 (Potstill). PETRODIST 400 CC is a combination of the following systems: Read More »

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PILODIST® 100 CC with dehydration system

Redesigned PETRODIST 100 CC working in strict accordance with ASTM D-2892. The system provides a 20 L stainless steel flask and is equipped with an integrated water removal system (dehydration). This option removes water from wet crude samples. Read More »

PETRODIST 100 CC

PILODIST® has manufactured and successfully installed a customized fully automatic computer controlled system, basically working according to ASTM D-2892 for crude oil distillation but with a special type of distillation columns to allow a very high separation efficiency of up to 100 theroretical plates. Read More »

Glass blower

We are looking for a

Glass blower

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Maxwell-Bonnell-Converter

PILODIST® is now offering Maxwell-Bonnell-Converter for download: Maxwell-Bonnell-Calculator.zip

PILODIST® bubble cap tray columns

PILODIST ® bubble cap tray columns, made entirely of borosilicate glass are frequently used for educational simulation in universities or studies of mass transfer processes in rectification, absorption as well as reaction. Read More »

Inhouse glass-blowing

PILODIST has its own glass-blowing shop in which recognized specialists produce unusual plant components and spare parts within the shortest time.

Upgrades of existing plants

Old becomes (almost) new! The majority of already existing ASTM distillation plants can be modernized without problems – and above all, cost-effectively. Read More »