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Caloric wins contract for another H2 plant in France

By Gerald Ondrey |

Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH (Munich, Germany; www.caloric.com) has won the contract for another Hydrogen Generation Plant in France. Caloric will provide engineering, procurement and commissioning services for a new hydrogen plant and the corresponding distributed control system (DCS), using Caloric’s HC steam methane reforming (SMR) hydrogen production technology. Technical assistance services during the construction, commissioning and startup of this hydrogen plant will also be provided. Specially designed for the production of hydrogen, the Caloric modularized unit will be pre-assembled before arriving on the customer’s plant site. This will deliver significant scheduling benefits for the client by specialized assembly activities from the final construction site to the earlier workshop phase.   It is anticipated that the hydrogen production plant will be operational by the end of 2009 and will produce 2,200 Nm3/h hydrogen. 
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