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Borsodchem selects Casale for its second nitric acid plant

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World Fertilizer,


Casale and Borsodchem, a subsidiary of Wahua Chemical Group (China), have signed a contract for the supply of a new 660 tpd, nitric acid plant at the Kazincbarcika factory in Hungary.

The plant will produce 68% strength acid and it is based on Casale’s NA2000 dual-pressure process, the same applied in the first, identical unit which has been in operation since 2012 on the same site. Casale's scope of supply includes the provision of the license, the basic engineering, the review of detail engineering, and site assistance.

"We are very pleased by the continued trust placed by Borsodchem on us and our nitric acid technology also for their second plant. Casale is strongly committed to deliver the same level of high quality, superior performances and long-term reliability as the first one which is in operation since 2012", has commented Mr F. Zardi, CEO of Casale.

NA2000 is Casale’s Dual Pressure nitric acid process originally developed by GPN that Casale has acquired in 2014 from Borealis together with Borealis Nitrates and Phosphates fertilizer technology portfolio.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/project-news/28012019/borsodchem-selects-casale-for-its-second-nitric-acid-plant/

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