|English name:C-Tech Innovation Ltd.
Original name:C-Tech Innovation Ltd.
|Capenhurst Technology Park |
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|For industry||For research organisation||For Others|
| Food production
| Separation processes
Structure forming processes
| Technology transfer and dissemination|
Particular expertise in Microwave, Ohmic and Radio Frequency (RF) Heating
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|Dave ellis|| Dave has worked as a dielectric heating engineer for C-Tech Innovation for over 20 years and has extensive expertise in the development of novel microwave and RF systems. One particular area of expertise is in RF forming and moulding of polymers and composites.
|Michael Harrison|| Mike is a Chemical Engineer with experience in heat transfer, mixing, separation, waste treatment technologies and chemical production techniques. Mike is particularly involved in the development of new Ohmic heating processes, and in new product development and commercialisation.
|Norman Maloney|| Norman is a Mechanical Engineer with 22 years experience working in an R&D and industrial environment on thermal processes, using combinations of steam, ohmic, microwave, RF and convective heating techniques. He is highly experienced in system design as well as equipment installation, commissioning and testing.
|Rachel James|| Rachel has a PhD in organic chemistry from Imperial College, London and has worked as a project manager at C-Tech Innovation for 5 years. Her key areas of responsibility include developing C-Techs capability in microwave and radio frequency heating of composites, polymers and adhesives.
|Stuart Dalrymple|| Stuart is a Chemical Engineer with 10 years experience working in R&D and industrial environments on fluid dynamics and heat transfer applications. His main work has focussed on development and commercialisation of separation and recycling technologies.
|Yvonne Wharton|| Yvonne has a Chemistry degree from the University of Edinburgh and has worked at C-Tech Innovation for 3 years; her work has mainly been focused on developing C-Tech Innovation’s capability in the scale up of microwave chemistry.