Solvay, United Chemical new hydrogen peroxide plant in Kazakhstan

Solvay, United Chemical for new hydrogen peroxide plant in Kazakhstan

9:47 AM, 7th February 2017
Solvay, United Chemical for new hydrogen peroxide plant in Kazakhstan
Solvay’s innovative myH2O2® technology is particularly suitable for large remote consumers of hydrogen peroxide.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Solvay SA and United Chemical Company LLP (UCC) said they will jointly look into the feasibility to construct a new hydrogen peroxide capacity to supply hydrogen peroxide primarily to address the needs of Kazakh companies and customers in other Central Asian countries.

The feasibility study will allow the companies to decide for the plant, using Solvay technology, in particular the technology that Solvay has recently developed for on-site H2O2 plants (myH2O2® concept).

Solvay’s myH2O2® satellite peroxide production units’ unique performance for safe, reliable and competitive operation originates from multiple patented innovations in process intensification and in compact, skid-mounted design. Solvay’s innovative myH2O2® technology is particularly suitable for large remote consumers of hydrogen peroxide.

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