In Germany we distinguish between pilotplants and miniplants. What is your definition?
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Tom Bishop, P.E. Forum Moderator 17 Posts
Re: Difference between pilot plants and mini plants25 May 2006 at 1:29pmIn the US the term "miniplants " is rarely used. More commonly some version of "Lab scale" or "hood size" pilot plants is more common. Alternate terms include "lab units" or "Lab scale pilot plants". We just don't seem to make that much of a disticntion. Another example of common experience
separated by a common language!