By Rob Cockerill2011-10-07T15:47:00+01:00
The hydrogen demand for a new polysilicon facility being built in Taiwan will be covered with Caloric units.
With this newly revealed contract Caloric establishes itself as a competent and reliable partner for this growing industry, after having delivered two other plants within a short timeframe.
The polysilicon production will be supplied by two independent Caloric's HC steam reforming units using natural gas as feedstock. Each unit produces 2,500 Nm³/h hydrogen with purity of 99,9999%. This arrangement enhances the general availability of the production complex.
Caloric will provide engineering and equipment, a corresponding distributed control system (DCS), as well as technical assistance services during the erection, commissioning and start-up, scheduled for third quarter of 2012.
Both Caloric’s units will be completely pre-assembled and tested, passing through its exigent quality procedure prior to shipping to the customer. The pre-assembling will ensure significant scheduling and quality benefits for the client.
PKU Pioneer has revealed that it is to build the world’s largest PSA-CO (carbon monoxide) plant to serve a 400,000 tonnes per annum ethylene glycol plant, which is using the by-product coke oven crude gas from a project of the Xinjiang Guanghui Coke Cleaning and Refinery Co. Ltd.
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