AMCS Corp. underway with Polish ASU


Engineering and process plant supplier AMCS Corporation is underway with construction of a new air separation plant (ASU) in Poland, after winning a contract from Anwil SA.

ANWIL SA is one of the biggest enterprises in the Kujawy-Pomerania region and a leading chemical company in Poland. The company commissioned AMCS to provide a 210 tons per day (tpd) ASU for its facility in Wloclawek, Poland.

AMCS has turn-key responsibility for the ASU facility, which is scheduled to go into operation in October 2010 and will be an ULTRA–A 200 plant. The ULTRA-A series of plants are of a highly efficient standard, multi-product type, using AMCS’ latest process cycle design – resulting in a low life cycle cost for the plant products.

The plant will produce gaseous oxygen and nitrogen, along with liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen, and liquid argon for Anwil.

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