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Stamicarbon urea technology for China

By Gerald Ondrey |

Stamicarbon B.V. (Sittard, the Netherlands; www.stamicarbon.com), the licensing and IP Center of Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. (www.mairetecnimont.it), has signed a license agreement with Inner Mongolia Bodashidi Co., Ltd. in the Peoples’ Republic of China for a urea plant with a capacity of 2,860 metric tons (m.t.) per day. The plant will be built in Industrial Zone of Nalinriver, Wushen, Inner Mongolia, PRC. The urea plant will use the Stamicarbon Urea2000Plus Pool Condenser technology. Taking full advantage of the benefits of utilizing Safurex stainless steel in the high-pressure synthesis section, this Urea2000Plus technology features low oxygen intake, minimum equipment and minimum plant height. Stamicarbon will deliver the PDP (“Process Design Package”) and associated services. The plant will be built by Wuhuan Engineering Corp. of China as subcontractor of China Chemical Engineering Second Construction Group. Wuhuan has been chosen by the customer as the designated EPC contractor. Start up is planned in 2013. Over the last 15 years Stamicarbon has licensed in the PRC a total of 15 grass root and revamp plants with capacities up to 3,520 m.t./d. The future, however, remains very bright for business in the Peoples’…
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