Turkey: Technology Contract Inovyn to Supply Chlor Alkali Electrolyzers for New Facility in Turkey

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Koyuncu Group has finalized Inovyn to supply Bichlor bipolar electrolyzers to its new 33,000 sq. m production facility in Konya, Turkey. On completion, the plant is expected to produce chlorine, caustic, sodium hypochlorite, hydrochloric acid and have an annual production capacity of 50,000 tons.

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Engineering, construction and start-up for the project will be provided by Vespro. The project duration is 15 months and production is planned to start by the beginning of 2022.
Engineering, construction and start-up for the project will be provided by Vespro. The project duration is 15 months and production is planned to start by the beginning of 2022.
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UK – Inovyn has recently announced that it has been selected by Koyuncu Group to supply chlor alkali technology as part of a 19 million dollar investment at a new production facility in Konya province, Turkey.

Inovyn will provide state of the art Bichlor bipolar electrolyzers for a new 33,000 sq. m facility that will produce chlorine, caustic, sodium hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid. The new facility will have an annual production capacity of 50,000 tons, with potential for further investment in the production of derivatives in the future.

Engineering, construction and start-up for the project will be provided by Vespro. The project duration is 15 months and production is planned to start by the beginning of 2022.

Ibrahim Koyunco, Chairman of the Executive Board of Koyuncu Group, states: “When selecting the technologies for our investment, choosing environmentally friendly, sustainable and energy efficient cutting-edge technology was essential.”

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