Customers choose IPP when looking to save time and capital on their projects.

International Process Plants (IPP) is a global buyer and seller of process plants in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, industrial chemical, fine/specialty chemical, agrichemical/fertilizer, oil refining, polymers, artificial fibers, power generation, gas processing, food processing, paper, metals and alternative fuels industries.

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IPP has strategically placed, company-owned equipment warehouses and workshops in South Carolina USA, the United Kingdom and Germany to solve your equipment needs on time and cost-effectively.

Options include purchasing complete plants available for relocation, which saves on average 70% of the cost of purchasing new equipment, and shaves 50% off project lead time. Customers can purchase used process equipment and systems as needed from an inventory of more than 15,000 high-quality, ready-to-ship components.

Plant operators typically save 50% on capital costs and as much as 90% on delivery lead time thanks to IPP’s ability to ship quickly, usually within a day or two.

Customers also can buy complete plant sites and start operations almost immediately at a significant savings compared to a typical land purchase and total-installed cost.


New and Used Equipment

IPP’s portfolio includes more than 110 complete process plants, 17 complete plant sites and over 15,000 individual pieces of high-quality ready-to-ship used process equipment. This extensive inventory has made IPP the world’s leading source of quality secondhand process plants, process systems and process equipment.

IPP is a trusted, experienced solutions provider across these industries and more

We are passionate about delivering solutions across the process industries.
We have been in these industries for nearly a half-century, accumulating a wealth
of expertise in these sectors.

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Hot oil or thermal fluid boilers are often used to heat equipment in process plant applications. Replacing steam in a broad range of process applications, thermal fluid systems provide precise, uniform temperature control which in turn leads to increased production and product quality when compared to steam boilers. Thermal oil burners can operate at a higher temperature range than steam boilers, are more resistant to corrosion and are self-lubricating.

International Process Plants (IPP) offers a variety of used hot oil and thermal fluid boilers for purchase as part of its larger inventory of high-quality used industrial parts and equipment. Our portfolio of complete process plants, complete plant sites and used equipment allow us to typically find solutions within 24 hours for our industrial clients. We’ve served more than 160,000 satisfied customers in the more than 46 years in the process industry, where we’re proud to offer high-quality, customizable assets to fit your needs.

Used Steam Boilers

Among the many types of steam boilers IPP offers for purchase are: Fire Tube, Economizers, Hot Water Heaters, Waste Heat, and Water Tube Boilers. Boilers are used to create steam or hot water for process plant applications. Certain plants use steam or hot water (vs. a thermal fluid) to heat their reactors and heat exchangers for cooking their products. Boilers are also crucial in power generation plants or co-generation plants where steam turbines are used to generate electricity.

IPP has a large inventory of used and reconditioned oil heaters and boilers as well as boiler accessories.

Manufacturers Incude
  • AO Smith
  • Adamson Global Technology
  • Babcock & Omnical
  • Babcock & Wilcox
  • Burnham
  • Cemline
  • Challenger
  • Cleaver Brooks
  • E. Keeler
  • Electro
  • First Thermal
  • Foster Wheeler
  • Fulton
  • Geka
  • HKB
  • Heateflex
  • Holman
  • Hurst
  • KAM Thermal
  • Keeler
  • Kewanee
  • Loveco
  • Miura
  • Nebraska
  • Newpoint
  • Parker
  • Patterson-Kelley
  • GMM Pfaudler
  • Raypak
  • Sellers
  • Stokes
  • Superior
  • Sussan
  • Syltherm
  • Thies/Funke
  • Triple S Dynamics
  • Vapor Power International and Viessmann
  • Hot Oil

  • Miscellaneous

  • Steam Boilers


Centrifuges are used to separate different products or materials in a liquid. Centrifugal force is used to separate a liquid from a solid, or two liquids of different densities.

International Process Plants (IPP), a trusted supplier of industrial products for more than 46 years, has a wide range of used centrifuges available for purchase. Our extensive inventory means we can often find a solution within 24 hours for our business partners’ industrial plant and parts needs. It’s also one reason we have more than 160,000 satisfied customers.

The hundreds of used, unused and reconditioned centrifuges we stock include models manufactured by top OEMs. There are more than 30 different centrifuge OEMs represented in this inventory. Please call if you are having trouble finding a centrifuge that meets your needs.

Manufacturers Include
  • Alfa Laval
  • Sharples
  • Westfalia
  • Heinkel
  • Krauss Maffei
  • Sanborn
  • Basket Centrifuges

  • Disc Bowl Centrifuges

  • Hydraulic Centrifuges

  • Inverting Centrifuges

  • Lab Centrifuges

  • Misc Centrifuges

  • Peeler Centrifuges

  • Pusher Centrifuges

  • Solid Bowl Centrifuges


Chillers work by compressing a refrigeration gas (R132A, Freon, R22) into a liquid, and, using a special refrigeration valve, releasing the compressed liquid back into a gas. The conversion of the liquid back into a gas removes heat and creates cold. International Process Plants (IPP), a trusted supplier of industrial plants and used plant parts for over 46 years, has a wide range of chillers available for purchase.

These items are part of IPP’s unmatched global inventory of industrial solutions that have served more than 160,000 satisfied customers. And this extensive stock allows us to typically find solutions for our business partners within 24 hours.

Among the products for sale are used chillers and other processing equipment used in industrial refrigeration.

Chillers for sale are grouped by the type of compressor and include: centrifugal, screw type and reciprocating.

Chillers are further grouped by the type of cooling used to dispense the heat generated, including air cooled (radiators) and water cooled (condensers).

IPP’s available chillers are typically a packaged design with the compressor, condenser, evaporator, pumps, valves and controls all skid-mounted.

Chillers are often distinguished by the tons of refrigeration they produce and at what temperature. A rule of thumb when looking for a chiller’s capacity is 1 ton of refrigeration (TR) @ 40 F for each horsepower the compressor uses. The lower the discharge temperature, the more horsepower is required.

Cooling towers are designed to take water that is heated during the refrigeration process and cool it quickly by passing it through a cooling tower where large fans cool the water.

Manufacturers Include
  • Advantage
  • AEC
  • BAC
  • Berg
  • Bry-Air
  • Budzar
  • Carrier
  • Cincinnati
  • Conair
  • Cooling Technology
  • Dunham Bush
  • Fasti
  • FES
  • Frick
  • FTS Systems
  • GES
  • Chester-Jensen
  • McQuay Snyder
  • Neslab
  • Sterlco
  • Teco
  • Thermal Care/Mayer
  • Trane
  • Trane Co.
  • TranStore
  • York
  • Air Cooled Chillers

  • Cold Box Chillers

  • Compressor Chillers

  • Ice Machine Chillers

  • Low Temp Chillers

  • Tower Chillers

  • Water Cooled Chillers


International Process Plants (IPP), a trusted supplier of industrial process plants and equipment for more than 46 years, now has a wide range of high-quality used evaporators available for purchase. IPP’s unmatched global inventory means we often find solutions within 24 hours for our business partners’ needs, and it’s just one reason we have more than 160,000 satisfied customers – including all Fortune 100 members within the process industries, and tens of thousands of small and midsize manufacturers and toll processors.

Among the many types of evaporators we have for sale are multiple effect evaporators and thermo compression evaporators, each of which has different functionality.

What is an evaporator?

An evaporator is used to concentrate a solution, separating the vapor from the solution. All evaporation equipment contains a heat exchanger for heating the process solution and a means to effectively separate the vapor from the residual liquid, called a vapor separator.

Evaporator performance is rated by pounds (or kilometers) per hour of evaporation. The greatest increase in steam economy is achieved by reusing the vaporized solvent. This is done in a Multiple Effect Evaporator by using the vapor from one effect as the heating medium for another effect in which boiling takes place at a lower temperature and pressure.

Another method of increasing the utilization of energy is to use a Thermo Compression Evaporator, in which the vapor is compressed so it will condense at a temperature high enough to permit its use as the heating medium in the same evaporator. This type is called a Mechanical Vapor Recompression, or MVR.

  • Crystalizer Evaporators

  • Flash Evaporators

  • Rising/Falling Films

  • Wiped Thin Films


Fermenters are specialized vessels used for commercial fermentations, performed aseptically to prevent contamination by microorganisms. These vessels are typically held under pressure to enhance mass transfer and accelerate the fermentation process. Unlike chemical reactors, fermenters function as biological reactors, playing a crucial role in the production of various bioproducts.

Types of Fermenters and Their Functions
  • Batch Fermenters: The conventional batch fermenter is the cornerstone of the fermentation industry. These are agitated, jacketed pressure vessels equipped with cooling coils, baffles, and a sparger ring to introduce vapor into the fermentation process. The batch fermenter facilitates the growth of microorganisms under controlled conditions, ensuring optimal fermentation.
  • Seed Tanks: In a fermentation plant, the process begins in smaller vessels known as seed tanks. These tanks initiate the fermentation process by allowing microorganisms to start growing. Once the organisms reach a certain growth stage, they are transferred to larger production fermenters for further development.
  • Production Fermenters: These are larger vessels where the main fermentation process occurs. Production fermenters share physical characteristics with reactors, such as a narrow diameter and long straight sides, but include additional features like cooling coils and sparger rings to maintain the necessary environmental conditions for fermentation.
Design and Features of Fermenters
  • Aseptic Conditions: Ensuring aseptic conditions is critical in fermentation to prevent contamination. Fermenters are designed to maintain sterility throughout the process.
  • Pressure Vessels: Fermenters are held under pressure to enhance the efficiency of the fermentation process by improving mass transfer rates.
  • Agitation and Cooling: The vessels are equipped with agitators to keep the fermentation mixture uniform and cooling coils to manage the exothermic nature of the fermentation reactions.
  • Sparger Rings: These rings introduce vapor or gases into the fermenter, which is essential for aerobic fermentation processes.
What is a Fermenter?

A fermenter is a biological reactor designed to facilitate the controlled growth of microorganisms for the production of various bioproducts. These vessels are essential in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, and biofuels. Fermenters can be used for a wide range of applications, including the production of antibiotics, enzymes, alcohol, and other biochemicals.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we offer a wide selection of high-quality used fermenters to meet the specific needs of your fermentation processes.

  • Fermenters

Heat Exchanger

Heat exchangers are essential unfired heat transfer equipment used extensively in process plants to transfer heat or cold between two fluids. They serve critical functions such as heating processes, cooling processes, and condensing vapors during processing. IPP offers a wide variety of used heat exchangers, including stainless steel options, ensuring we have the right solution for your specific needs. Heat exchangers are typically measured in square feet (Sq. Ft.) of heat transfer surface area.

What is a Heat Exchanger?

A heat exchanger is a device used to transfer heat between two or more fluids without mixing them. They are crucial in many industrial processes for controlling temperatures and ensuring the efficient operation of equipment. Heat exchangers can handle a variety of fluids, including gases, liquids, and vapors, and can be designed for specific process requirements.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we provide high-quality used heat exchangers that meet the stringent demands of various industrial applications.

  • Air Fin Heat Exchangers

  • Block Heat Exchangers

  • Plate Heat Exchangers

  • Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

  • Spiral Heat Exchangers

  • Welded Plate Heat Exchangers

Industrial Filters

Filtration is a crucial process in various industrial applications, involving the separation of fluid-solid mixtures through a porous barrier that retains solid particulates. This process ensures the clarity and purity of liquids in different industrial processes. At IPP, we offer a wide range of used filters, ensuring we have the right solution for your specific needs. Our inventory includes various types of filters, each designed for specific filtration tasks and measured by square foot surface area and cubic foot cake capacity.

Key Terms in Filtration:
  • Media: The filtration cloth or barrier that collects solids.
  • Liquor: The solution containing both liquid and solids.
  • Filtrate: The clear liquid that has been filtered.
  • Cake: The solids filtered out of the liquid.
  • Polishing: The removal of the last bit of solids to produce a finished liquid product.
  • Washing: Pumping water or a wash liquid over the cake to remove impurities.
  • Pre-coat: Coating the filter cloth with a material like diatomaceous earth to aid in filtering.
What is an Industrial Filter?

An industrial filter is a machine that separates solid particles from liquids, ensuring the purity and clarity of the liquid product. Filters are used in various industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and more. They play a vital role in ensuring the quality of the final product by removing impurities and solids.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we provide high-quality used industrial filters to meet the specific needs of your processes.

  • Air Filters

  • Basket Filters

  • Cartridge & Candle Filters

  • Horizontal Belt Filters

  • Horizontal Tank w/ Vertical Filter

  • Industrial Filters

  • Miscellaneous Filters

  • Nutsche Filters

  • Pan Filters

  • Plate & Frame Filter Press

  • Pressure Filters

  • RO Filters

  • Rosenmund Type

  • Rotary Drum Filters

  • Tower Filters

  • Vacuum Filters

  • Vertical Tank w/ Horizontal Filter

Industrial Dryers

Industrial dryers are essential pieces of equipment used in the processing industry to remove moisture from various materials, ensuring that the final product is dry and ready for use. IPP’s extensive inventory features over 600 types of dryers and drying equipment, including used, new/unused, and reconditioned options, suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.

What is an Industrial Dryer?

An industrial dryer is a machine that removes moisture to produce a dry, solid product. In processing plants, dryers are typically located near the end of the production line to ensure final product quality. In chemical and pharmaceutical plants, dryers often follow centrifuges or filters to remove residual moisture efficiently. Many industrial dryers use vacuum conditions to expedite drying, while others utilize simple hot air ovens. Common accessories for dryers include dust collectors and vacuum pump systems.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we pride ourselves on providing high-quality industrial dryers that meet the specific needs of our customers. Our inventory, backed by over 46 years of industry experience and a commitment to customer satisfaction, ensures we can find solutions quickly and efficiently.

Manufacturer includes
  • Anhydro
  • APV/Mitchell
  • Bepex
  • Bethlehem
  • Blaw Knox
  • Bowen
  • Buss-SMS-Canzler
  • Escher Wyss
  • Heyl & Patterson
  • Luwa
  • Kaiser Steel Belt Systems
  • Krauss
  • Maffei
  • Niro
  • Reitz
  • Raymond
  • Proctor & Schwartz
  • Sandvik
  • Stork
  • Wyssmont 
  • Air Dryers

  • Batch Dryers

  • Double Cone Dryers

  • Drum Dryers

  • Flash Dryers

  • Fluid Bed Dryers

  • Freeze Dryers (Lyophilizers)

  • Holoflite and Screw Dryers

  • Horizontal Belt Dryers

  • Nauta Dryers

  • Oven Dryers

  • Pan Dryers

  • Porcupine Dryers

  • Ribbon and Paddle Dryers

  • Rotary Hot Air Dryers

  • Rotary Steam Tube Dryers

  • Rotary Vacuum Dryers

  • Spherical Dryers

  • Spray Dryers

  • Thermal Disc Dryers

  • Thin Film Dryers

  • Tray Dryers

  • Vacuum Shelf Dryers


Mills and pulverizers are essential in various industrial processes for size reduction to achieve the desired particle size for dry products, wet products, or to disperse solids in a slurry. The size reduction occurs through impact, attrition, or crushing, and the capacity of the mill or pulverizer depends on the type of material and the required fineness. IPP offers a wide range of used mills and pulverizers, ensuring efficient size reduction for products in the chemical, mineral, pharmaceutical, and food industries.

Types of Mills:
  • Ball Mills & Pebble Mills: These mills consist of a horizontal tube filled with balls or stone grinding media. As the tube rotates, the media grinds the material. They can be used for batch or continuous processes, and for wet or dry grinding.
  • Colloid Mills: These mills are designed to grind solids suspended in a slurry, providing fine particle size reduction and homogenization.
  • Kady Mills: A specialized high-energy dispersion mill, Kady mills are used to grind particles in a slurry, ensuring a uniform dispersion and fine particle size.
  • Shot, Sand, and Media Mills: Typically used in the dye and pigment industries, these mills incorporate a cylindrical chamber filled with small diameter shot or sand. The product flows through the agitated chamber, where the media grinds it to the desired particle size.
  • Roll Mills: Available with 2, 3, 4, or 5 rolls, these mills disperse pigments in ink and paint by crushing the product between the rolls. They provide fine and consistent particle size reduction.
  • Raymond Roller Mills: These mills use a pan and rotating rollers to crush and grind dry products. They are commonly used in mineral and coal production plants for efficient size reduction.
What is a Mill?

A mill is a machine used for size reduction, which involves breaking down materials into smaller, uniform particles. Mills are crucial in various industries, including chemical, mineral, pharmaceutical, and food processing, to ensure the quality and consistency of the final product. They can handle a wide range of materials, from dry solids to slurries, and are designed to meet specific process requirements.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we provide high-quality used mills to meet the specific needs of your processes. With over 46 years of industry experience and a commitment to customer satisfaction, our extensive inventory ensures we can provide solutions quickly and efficiently.

  • Ball or Pebble Mills

  • Colloid Mills

  • Kady Mills

  • Pellet Mills

  • Raymond Roller Mills

  • Roll Mills

  • Sand and Media Mills


Mixers and blenders are integral components of nearly all industrial processes, ensuring the homogenous combination of materials, whether they are dry with dry, wet with dry, or wet with wet ingredients. The types of mixers vary widely, each designed to handle specific mixing tasks and material properties. At IPP, we offer a vast selection of used mixers and blenders to meet the diverse needs of various industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, food, and more.

Types of Industrial Mixers and Blenders:
  • Change Can Mixers: These vertical batch mixers feature a separate container or “can” that can be removed from the mixing head and frame. This allows for easy preparation and weighing of batches before mixing, as well as quick swapping between batches.

  • Continuous Mixers: Examples include Zig-Zag blenders and Pug Mill mixers, which often feature single or double screw/shaft designs. These mixers are ideal for continuous mixing processes, ensuring a consistent blend of materials.

  • Double-Arm Kneading Mixers: These batch mixers have two counter-rotating blades of various shapes, designed for mixing thicker, more viscous products like dough or pigments. They typically feature a tilting mechanism for easy product discharge.

  • High Shear Mixers and Dispersers: These mixers operate with high-speed rotating impellers or rotors that create intense flow and shear, ideal for homogenizing fluids and dispersing solids into liquids.

  • Intensive / High-Intensity Mixers: Including Banbury, Henschel, and Papenmeier mixers, these are well-suited for rapid mixing of powders or granules with liquids, dissolving solids and resins, and removing volatiles from pastes under vacuum conditions.

  • Nauta Mixers: These cone-shaped vertical batch mixers use a spinning helical screw to move material upward while the screw revolves around the inside wall of the cone, ensuring maximum circulation and uniform mixing.

  • Ribbon and Paddle Mixers: These batch mixers feature a center shaft running the length of a trough, with single or multiple ribbons, plow blades, or paddles attached to mix the materials thoroughly.

  • Twin Shell, “V” Mixers, and Double Cone Blenders: These batch tumble mixers turn end over end to mix the product gently and uniformly, ideal for delicate or free-flowing materials.

What is an Industrial Mixer?

An industrial mixer is a machine designed to blend materials into a uniform mixture. These mixers are essential in various industries to ensure consistent product quality and efficient processing. They can handle a wide range of materials, from powders and granules to viscous pastes and liquids, and are designed to meet specific process requirements.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we provide high-quality used mixers and blenders to meet the specific needs of your industrial processes.

  • Banbury Mixers

  • Change Can Mixers

  • Continuous Mixers

  • Disperser Mixers

  • Double Cone Blenders

  • Double-Arm Kneading Mixers

  • High Shear Mixers

  • High-Intensity Mixers

  • Intensive Mixers

  • Mueller Mixers

  • Munson and Rotating Mixers

  • Nauta Mixers

  • Pug Mills

  • Ribbon and Paddle Mixers

  • Shot and Sand Mixers

  • Static Mixers

  • Twin Shell Mixers


Pulverizers are essential equipment in various industrial processes for reducing the size of materials through impact. They typically consist of a housing with internal rotors that spin at high speeds, equipped with fixed or swinging knives, hammers, or rods/pins. The product remains in the pulverizing chamber until it is reduced to a size small enough to pass through a discharge screen. For achieving finer particle sizes, air classification mills are used, where the product stays in the chamber until it is light enough to be carried out by an air stream. At IPP, we offer a wide range of used pulverizers to meet the diverse needs of different industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, food, and mineral processing.

Types of Pulverizers:
  • Knife Mills: These mills, such as Fitzpatrick, Fitzmills, and Commutators, use sharp knives to cut and size-reduce materials. They are ideal for processing fibrous materials and for applications requiring precise particle size control.
  • Hammer Mills: Including brands like Micro Pulverizer and Pulva Mills, these mills use hammers attached to a rotor to crush and grind materials. They are suitable for a variety of applications, from coarse to fine grinding, and are commonly used in food and mineral processing.
  • Pin Mills: Brands such as Alpine mills and Bauer mills feature a series of pins on a rotor that impact and break down materials. These mills are efficient for grinding brittle materials to fine powders.
  • Rotary Mills: With examples like Williams and Jeffery mills, these pulverizers use rotating elements to grind materials through impact and friction. They are effective for processing a wide range of materials, including hard and abrasive substances.
  • Air Classification Mills: Examples include Micro Atomizer, Hosokowa, ACM, and Imp Mills. These mills combine impact grinding and air classification to produce ultra-fine powders. The product remains in the pulverizing chamber until it is light enough to be carried out by an air stream, ensuring precise control over particle size distribution.
What is a Pulverizer?

A pulverizer is a machine designed to reduce the size of materials through high-speed impact and attrition. These machines are crucial in various industries for processing raw materials into fine powders, ensuring consistent product quality and efficient processing. Pulverizers can handle a wide range of materials, from coarse chunks to fine powders, and are designed to meet specific process requirements.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we provide high-quality used pulverizers to meet the specific needs of your industrial processes.

  • Comminutor Pulverizer

  • Granulator Pulverizers

  • Hammer Pulverizers

  • Jet Pulverizers


Batch reactor vessels are at the core of many industrial processes, providing a controlled environment for chemical reactions. IPP offers an extensive selection of over 1,000 different reactor vessels, encompassing a wide variety of materials, pressure ratings, temperature ranges, orientations, and agitation styles. Our inventory includes specialized process reactors such as slurry, oscillatory baffled, laboratory, bench scale, catalyst, and Buss loop reactors.

Large Selection of Reglassed and Glass-Lined Reactors

IPP boasts one of the industry’s largest selections of new/unused, high-quality used, and reconditioned glass-lined reactors from well-known manufacturers like Pfaudler and De Dietrich. Through our affiliate partnership with Pfaudler, known as Universal Glasteel Equipment (UGE), we have the exclusive ability to recoat the glass in chemical reactors.

Variety in Reactor Construction

Choose from reactors made from carbon steel (CS), various grades of stainless steel (SS) such as 304, 316, and 316L, or from high-performance cobalt and nickel alloys like HASTELLOY® C-276, Monel 400 & K-500, Inconel 600 & 625, Incoloy 904, as well as Titanium and Zirconium alloys.

Types of Reactor Jackets
  • Conventional / Simple Jacket: An outer cylinder encloses the reactor, providing basic heat transfer capabilities.
  • Dimple Jacket: Hemispherical dimples pressed into the jacket plate wrap the reactor, suitable for low-temperature heat transfer and pressures under 300 psi.
  • Partial / Half Pipe Coil Jacket: A pipe cut in half lengthwise and wrapped around the reactor in a helical pattern. This versatile design is used for both high and low-temperature heat transfer and high-pressure applications.
What is a Reactor?

A reactor is a vessel designed to facilitate chemical reactions under controlled conditions. Reactors are essential in various industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, and food processing, to ensure efficient and consistent product output. They can handle a wide range of reactants and are designed to meet specific process requirements, including temperature, pressure, and agitation.

At International Process Plants (IPP), we provide high-quality used reactors to meet the specific needs of your processes. With over 46 years of industry experience and a commitment to customer satisfaction, our extensive inventory ensures we can provide solutions quickly and efficiently.

  • Batch-Type Agitated Reactors

  • Chemical Reactors

  • Fixed Bed Reactors

  • Fluid Bed Reactors

  • Glass-Lined Reactors

  • Hydrogenation Reactors

  • Polymerization Reactors

  • Tubular Reactors