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Caloric to build 3rd H2-generation plant for Malaysia

By Gerald Ondrey |

Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH (Gräfelfing, Germany; www.caloric.com) has won the contract for a hydrogen expansion project in Malaysia. After successful operation of the first plant delivered by Caloric and started up in 2006 the customer chose again Caloric’s high efficient HC steam-reforming technology for their increased demand. The plant will produce 1,750 Nm3/h of hydrogen with a purity of 99.999%. The plant will be fully pre-assembled in Caloric’s fabrication shop. The erection and start-up of the plant under Caloric supervision is scheduled for End of 2010. This new contract strengthens furthermore Caloric’s position as a high qualified supplier of hydrogen plants worldwide.
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