Technip FMC has signed an exclusive cooperation agreement with Kem One to support the marketing and licensing of Kem One’s Suspension Polyvinyl Chloride (S-PVC) technology.
Paris/France — PVC is a common plastic used in the construction of pipes, doors, windows, cable insulation and signage. S-PVC is obtained through the polymerization of vinyl chloride monomer in dispersed water. In the last ten years, Kem One has had the largest market share in licensing of S-PVC in terms of capacity.
The engineering company's operating center in Lyon, France, is managing the agreement and will support the partner's licensing efforts and prepare the Process Design Packages.
Technip FMC Process Technology is a global network of centers which look after the company’s expanding portfolio of onshore process technologies in petrochemicals, refining, hydrogen and syngas, polymers and gas monetization.