RusVinyl starts polyvinyl chloride scheduled trial batch

RusVinyl starts trial batch production of polyvinyl chloride

11:45 AM, 5th August 2014
RusVinyl starts polyvinyl chloride scheduled trial batch

KSTOVO, RUSSIA: RusVinyl has started up scheduled trial batch of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Several days earlier RusVinyl obtained the trial batch of caustic soda. Currently commissioning works at the facility are ongoing with further start-up of the object for industrial operation in the second half of the year.

“The plant is in pilot production stage. The quality of the first produced batch is quite high. Currently, precom activities are in progress, once they are over the enterprise will transfer to uninterruptible production mode,” said Guenther Nadolny, CEO, RusVinyl.


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