By Joanna Sampson2018-04-04T15:09:00+01:00
SIAD Macchine Impianti (MI) has won a major order for the supply of three cryogenic air separation units (ASUs) for the Amursky Gas Processing Plant project in the region of Amur in Russia.
Two plants will be operating and the third will be a stand-by one, ready for production. SIAD MI will also supply two alternative N2 compressors.
Due to be delivered in the second quarter of 2019, the plant is designed to produce gaseous N2, using the advanced and solid SIAD MI cryogenic technology.
In a statement, SIAD MI said the order followed several months of intense negotiations and supply development involving the Technical Department and the Sales Departments of the ASU and Compressor Divisions.
“Once again, the know-how of SIAD MI in the production of innovative cryogenic systems enabled us to develop a tailor made solution in compliance with local rules. The project development was especially challenging, since all system components had to be designed to operate at a project temperature of -52°”, explained Giovambattista Sana, SIAD MI’s Air Separation Unit Division Proposal & Sales.
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