Uhde Inventa-Fischer Designs Polyester Plant in Russia
The engineering company Uhde Inventa-Fischer, Berlin, Germany, will provide the design of a polycondensation plant with an annual capacity of 180,000 tonnes of polyester polymer for the Russian company CTC "Ivregionsynthes". The polycondensation plant will be the centerpiece of a production complex for staple fibres in the Ivanovo region, Russia. The project will be executed together with Uhde Inventa-Fischer’s Russian sister company OOO Uhde, which has directly signed the engineering contract with CTC "Ivregionsynthes".
The design of the polycondensation plant will be based on Uhde Inventa-Fischer’s proven, energy-efficient 2R polyester technology, which comprises the patented Espree and Discage reactors and enables the production of superior high-quality polyester polymer. A characteristic feature of the plant is that the polymer melt will be conveyed directly from the polycondensation plant to several downstream spinning lines where staple fibers will be produced. The plant is designed for a fast and simple integration of Uhde Inventa-Fischer’s Flakes-To-Resin (FTR) recycling technology and allows the use of up to 50% recycling material without adversely affecting the high product quality.
Uhde Inventa-Fischer GmbH & Co. KG
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