Thyssenkrupp commissions caustic soda plant The Andhra Sugars Limited
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Thyssenkrupp commissions caustic soda plant for The Andhra Sugars Limited

9:28 AM, 29th November 2019
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ESSEN, GERMANY: Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India) has successfully commissioned a Caustic Soda Expansion project for The Andhra Sugars Limited at their Saggonda Chemical Complex in Andhra Pradesh, India.

The project involved expanding the capacity of the Caustic Soda plant from 436 tpd to 500 tpd.

The expansion project deploys the latest Generation VI Membrane Cell technology from Thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers GmbH.

The scope of services included Basic Engineering, Detailed Engineering, Project Management Services including Technical Procurement, Proprietary Supplies, Supervision during Civil, Structural / Erection work and Supervision services during Start - up, Commissioning and Performance Test Run.

In a reiteration of the faith in the Thyssenkrupp technology, The Andhra Sugars Limited recently placed another order on thyssenkrupp for upgrading the other Membrane Cell elements in the Caustic Soda plant.

Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India)’ association with the Caustic Soda major began in 2001, and was followed by a number of expansion orders, including conversion of the customer’s Membrane Cell facility from DeNora to thyssenkrupp (Uhde) Membrane Cell technology

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