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Ineos Technologies’ VCM and PVC technologies for Qingdao Haijing Chemical  

By Gerald Ondrey |

    Qingdao Haijing Chemical(Group) Co. has selected Ineos Technologies (www.ineostechnologies.com) vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) and suspension polyvinyl chloride (S-PVC) technologies for a project at its new site located at Dongjia-kou Pro Port Industrial Zone, Qingdao, People’s Republic of China.   The 400,000-ton/yr VCM plant features production of VCM by pyrolysis of ethylene dichloride (EDC). The EDC will be produced using high- and low-temperature chlorination and Ineos’s unique two-stage, fixed-bed oxychlorination process.   The 300,000-ton/yr S-PVC plant will produce a full range of suspension PVC grades from VCM using Ineos Technologies suspension process, including the use of Ineos Technologies proprietary PVC additives and recipes.   The two plants, forming part of a broader petrochemical complex, are scheduled to start-up in 2013.  
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