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Sodium Hypochlorite Plant CAC to Complete Construction in Moscow

| Editor: Dr. Jörg Kempf

Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz (CAC) has completed the construction of a turnkey sodium hypochlorite plant in Russia. The plant with an annual capacity of 50,000 t/a was built in Moscow and replaces chlorine gas previously used in drinking water treatment by sodium hypochlorite.

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Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz has been providing extensive expertise in the fields of refinery and gas technology, petrochemicals, inorganic chemicals as well as fine and specialty chemicals for more than 50 years.
Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz has been providing extensive expertise in the fields of refinery and gas technology, petrochemicals, inorganic chemicals as well as fine and specialty chemicals for more than 50 years.
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Chemnitz/Germany, Moscow/Russia – Within the framework of the overall project of WTE Wassertechnik, Essen/Germany, CAC was responsible for the planning, supply and installation of the sodium hypochlorite plant.

“Thus, our company is making a significant contribution not only to ensuring the quality of drinking water supply of the city of Moscow, but also to compliance with environmental regulations of the Russian Federation,” said Jörg Engelmann, Speaker of the Board of Management.

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Following the successful commissioning of the first membrane-based chlorine electrolysis in Russia at the Sayansk site and the plant in Berezniki/Russia, which is currently in the phase of implementation, CAC has now supplied the third plant on the basis of membrane technology to Russia.

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