Polaris is an engineering company that provides process and separation technological solutions. Founded in 1996, the company was established by professionals with extensive experience in the bulk pharmaceutical and industrial gases sectors. The backbone of Polaris’s growth stems from our ability to study processes of different complexity levels, along with our flexible structure and our constant focus on combining engineering, operation and construction know-how.
At present, more than 350 units have been installed – all built with the same spirit to continuously improve technologies and products. Polaris can proudly list among its customers several of the most prestigious Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Petrochemical and Refinery/Oil&Gas firms worldwide.
Innovation of technologies and processes is the essence of Polaris. Each individual customer case is studied, looking to propose an optimal solution in terms of costs and benefits and evaluating the specific project conditions and targets. This innovative mindset has led to the development of several patented technologies.
In the spirit of customer orientation, Polaris can provide several pilot plants for on-site tests, in order to check the suitability of new applications and to look for optimal design conditions.
Polaris’s structure is flexible, designed to be able to manage jobs of different complexity levels, and contracts with varying scopes and features, up to turn-key plants.
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We have developed highly prefabricated designs and construction standards, even for extremely large equipment and plants. We can supply customers all over the world with complete, highly modularized plants that provide important benefits in terms of:
Core activities, such as process and mechanical design, detailed engineering, control system software development, and equipment construction are performed by our own personnel, thereby resulting in a product that is delivered on time, and of the highest quality.
All equipment is tested, prior to being delivered to the customer, through a factory acceptance test (FAT), which can be customized based on the customer’s request, including testing the equipment under real operating conditions.