Cryogenmash station delivers first batch of gases to ZapSibNeftekhim


SIBUR has celebrated the first supply of industrial gases from Cryogenmash’s new station to ZapSibNeftekhim, Russia’s largest petrochemical facility under construction in Tobolsk.

The opening ceremony was attended by Dmitry Konov, Chairman of the SIBUR Holding’s Management Board, and Dmitry Zauers, Deputy Chairman of Gazprombank’s Management Board.

The construction of the new industrial gas station with a capacity of up to 37,000 m3/h of nitrogen (N2) and up to 28,000 m3/h of compressed air kicked off in 2017. The station comprises two large cryogenic air separation units (ASUs), a storage system for liquid cryogenic products, compression and air-drying unit, dual circuit cooling system, and dry compressed air and N2 receivers. The key equipment was designed and produced by Cryogenmash.

Powering ZapSibNeftekhim with dry compressed air and N2 is critical for the construction process as it allows to launch pre-commissioning operations at all production lines and facilities.

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