Process Development Engineering
Once developed, new raw materials and products cannot reach consumers until there is a way to produce them industrially. To manufacture high-quality raw materials and products efficiently and at low cost, we develop process engineering that connect developmental research with production, incorporating the most advanced technologies and applying insights and technologies from fields that include chemical engineering, materials science and interface science.
In recent years, we have developed manufacturing processes for new surfactants and various detergents that employ said surfactants with particular emphasis on environmental friendliness. Lion’s anionic surfactant alpha-methyl ester sulfonate (MES), produced from high-purity methyl ester, and the non-ionic surfactant methyl ester ethoxylate (MEE) feature excellent detergency and biodegradability and are produced from plant-based ingredients. Given their features, their use is expected to expand, and we are advancing research aimed at further improving their manufacturing processes.
R&D Case Study—Process Development Engineering
External Presentation—Process Development Engineering
The 22nd JSWE Symposium (2019)
Study on Treatment of Wastewater Containing Surfactant by Complex
2019 AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo
Controlling the Physical Properties of Softener in a Continuous Manufacturing Process
Environmental Solution Technology，17，3 (2018)
Recent trend in water reuse technology "Recycling of Wastewater from the Manufacturing Process of Toiletry Products"