scale-up


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scale-up

[′skāl‚əp]
(design engineering)
Design process in which the data of an experimental-scale operation (model or pilot plant) is used for the design of a large (scaled-up) unit, usually of commercial size.
(industrial engineering)
Transfer of a new process from a pilot plant operation to production at commercial levels.
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Pledging further support for these scale-ups - defined as growing at an average rate of 20% each year for three years - the CBI is arguing that while MSBs firms make up only 2% of UK business, they are responsible for 1 in 6 jobs and generate nearly a quarter of private sector revenue and should be celebrated and supported.
According to the statement, main aim of this investment is to enable national scale-ups of successful pilot projects made possible with the support from the World Bank's Health Results Innovation Trust Fund (HRITF) and IDA.
Since 1999, Himark has been developing proprietary waste-to-energy technologies in its Canadian labs and in field scale-ups around the world.
Engineer packaging with pre-serialized 2D and RFID solutions and launch structured pilot programs and production scale-ups
By integrating proven, existing technology, like Vogelbusch's state-of-the-art distillation and dehydration, with new biomass conversion processes, project risks can be minimized, which should lead to quick scale-ups of promising next generation bioenergy technology.
Engineer packaging with preserialized 2D and RFID solutions and launch structured Pilot programs and production scale-ups
They include major pharmaceutical companies, spin-offs from research institutions and universities, start-ups, scale-ups and big players.