EPCON is committed to develop the full potential of engineers so they can make a significant, positive impact upon the world they live in. EPCON works closely with EPI Engineering to continually develop and refine EPCON's software products to meet the needs of their combined customer base. Their new Process Innovator simulation software interface was recognized by Chemical Processing magazine for it's significant contribution toward more effective and efficient plant operations (2013 Vaaler Award). The latest 10th edition of the API Technical Data Book is considered the Refiner's Bible for engineers working in the petroleum industry. EPCON has received 4 Vaaler Awards from Chemical Processing magazine for their process engineering software by a panel of industry experts.
The National Thermodynamic Laboratory (NTL) is a leading distillation and separations experimental laboratory formed by engineers and scientists with the goal of implementing innovative separation and purification technologies for the chemical and environmental industries. As a technology developer and integrator specializing in applications that require extremely high purities or ones that involve extremely hazardous materials, NTL successfully finds solutions to any challenge. With a leadership team of industry-recognized and world-renowned experts with decades of experience, the National Thermodynamic Laboratory (NTL) has successfully researched, developed, and commercialized numerous experimental projects, most of which have resulted in issued patents.