Uhdenora receives new order from Chinese group Shandong Befar

Uhdenora receives new order from Chinese group Shandong Befar

4:45 AM, 3rd September 2012
Uhdenora receives new order from Chinese group Shandong Befar

MILAN, ITALY: Uhdenora has received a new contract from Shandong Befar Group Ltd for its new chlor alkali plant of Binzhou City, Shandong, China. The contract represents successful continuation of relationships between the two companies and confirms reliability and efficiency of Uhdenora’s electrolysis technology that Shandong Befar is operating since 2008 and that has now been selected for the new plant. The new electrolyser is scheduled to come on stream in the 2nd Quarter 2013.

The new contract is based on the Uhde single element Generation 6 technology, known also as “Zero Gap” technology, selected by Befar for its high performances and reduced power consumption. The Uhdenora electrolyzers will have a capacity of 540 TPD of NaOH 100 per cent. Uhdenora will supply the basic engineering services for the cell house, together with proven and energy-saving “Uhde single element” cells type BM 2.7, cell room accessories, instrumentation as well as the supervision services and technical support for commissioning of the electrolyser.

Construction of the BM 2.7 cell elements as well as the catalyst layer of the electrodes will be performed by Industrie De Nora in its workshops in Germany.

Uhdenora is a joint company of ThyssenKrupp Uhde/Germany and Industrie De Nora/Italy. The company’s activities focus on design and construction of chemical and other industrial plants mainly in the following fields: chloralkali electrolysis, hydrochloric acid electrolysis and bleaching chemicals.

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