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Stamicarbon and SBN collaborate on high-pressure equipment for urea plants

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World Fertilizer,

Stamicarbon, a world leader in development and licensing of urea production technologies and part of Maire Tecnimont Group, and Schoeller Bleckmann Nitec (SBN), a well-known manufacturer of equipment (part of Christof Group), have signed a general cooperation agreement related to the fabrication of high pressure equipment for urea plants.

Both companies have been closely working together for many years in the field of designing, engineering, manufacturing and delivering of high-pressure equipment, in particular reactors and heat exchangers made of stainless steels and operable under pressures prevailing in the synthesis section of Stamicarbon-design urea plants.

The cooperation agreement includes the delivery of HP equipment using Safurex® stainless steel based on Stamicarbon urea technology in just 12 months after ordering, as well as SBN keeping sufficient standardisation material and orefabricated parts at stock.

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