Shinryo has consolidated the operations of certain parts of Mitsubishi Chemical’s fine chemicals business along with MCC Unitec and Onahama Distillation, which have related businesses. That consolidation is allowing us to build a new platform by bringing together a broad range of development and manufacturing technologies related to fine chemicals and organic synthesis that have been accumulated by each of these companies over its history. Through this platform we’re working to strengthen our customer service capabilities, provide high-value-added solutions, and grow our fine chemicals business.
Our process development team reviews formulations provide by customers and studies how they can be scaled up. When it’s necessary to obtain data for at-scale manufacturing or to make improvements from a work standpoint, we propose solutions to the customer. We also offer process analysis services and study product inspection methods.
We have stills for manufacturing test batches ranging from 100 L to 2,000 L. Our strength lies in acquiring small-lot prototypes, obtaining data to prepare for volume production, and smoothly transitioning from prototyping to volume production.
Shinryo has its own in-house research and development group, and we’ve put in place structures that allow us to accommodate customer wishes quickly and reliably.
In our environmental business, we offer survey and measurement services for both natural and manmade environments. We also carry out environmental assessments in advance of construction projects.
Through our maintenance management business, we offer sewage treatment facility and community wastewater facility operation and management services by qualified professionals, as well as maintenance inspection services for large purification tanks and wastewater treatment facilities.
Our distillation and refining business refines used waste solvents and organic solvents using distillation systems on a contract basis. These services help reduce VOCs and carbon dioxide emissions, both of which are harmful to the environment.
|Reactors (mixing impellers)||
Glass lining: 28 units (50 L to 12 ㎥)Stainless steel: 7 units (600 L to 5 ㎥)
Centrifugal filters: 10 units (32’ to 48’) (stainless steel with Aflon lining)
Pressurized filters: 6 units (glass, stainless steel)
Shelf type, conical type, stirring type
Atmospheric pressure, reduced pressure: 14 units (glass, stainless steel)
7 units (10 to 50 stages, SS, stainless steel)
|Other||Thin-film evaporation machine (evaporation area: 0.8 ㎡)|