What systems are good candidates for modularization?

While modular construction is becoming increasingly popular, it doesn’t necessarily mean that every project is an ideal candidate. Factors to consider when determining if modularization is a viable solution for you include:


Since modular construction offers a high level of flexibility, it can be beneficial in applications ranging from small skids to large-scale reactor systems. Chances are though, if you are dealing with 30,000 gallon tanks your project scale is simply too large. Pilot plants are an ideal size for modular construction, though smaller and larger pieces of equipment can certainly be considered.


Modularization can help to fit lots of equipment in a small space. But if the space where your system will reside has considerable physical constraints and wouldn’t allow for the modules to be transported and moved around to where they need to be, it’s probably not your best option.