URALCHEM is modernizing its production of acid at its subsidiary Azot
14.02.2012 — News
Azot, a subsidiary of URALCHEM, OJSC, is continuing with its project to increase its production of weak nitric acid, manufacturing almost 9% more in the last three years, up to 1,089 million tons.
Azot's press office told RusBusinessNews that a complete overhaul is planned in 2012 of seven of the ten units in the facility that create nitric acid. Communications will be updated, as will the compressor equipment and the industrial pipelines. There are plans to install new catalyst grids on the units and to clean the refrigerators-condensers.
The Unified Chemical Company URALCHEM plans to spend approximately 1.7 million rubles in 2012 to modernize Azot's production facilities and to improve the working conditions.
The Unified Chemical Company URALCHEM, OJSC is one of the largest companies in the market for nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers in Russia and the CIS. Its subsidiaries produce over 2.5 million tons of ammonium nitrate, 2.8 million tons of ammonia, 0.8 million tons of monoammonium and diammonium phosphates, 0.8 million tons of compound fertilizers, and 1.2 million tons of carbamide every year.
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