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CyPlus commissions Cold Caro’s Acid Systems at Two of Jaguar Mining Inc.’s Sites in Brazil


CyPlus® has succeeded in commissioning two Cold Caro’s Acid systems for Concord, New Hampshire, USA-based Jaguar Mining Inc. at their Turmalina and Paciencia gold-mining operations in Brazil. The systems treat cyanide-containing effluent. Cold Caro’s Acid is a powerful oxidant that is produced in ...


Hot and cold moves of cyanide and water

Temperature determines which molecule rocks out


Scientists have long known that molecules dance about as the temperature rises, but now researchers know the exact steps that water takes with a certain molecule. Results with small, electrically charged cyanide ions and water molecules reveal that water zips around ions to a greater extent than ...


Evonik Industries to Sell North American Cyanide Activities


Evonik Industries has signed a contract for the sale of its U.S. and Canadian cyanide activities with Oaktree Capital Management. The cyanide business constitutes a part of the CyPlus Group owned by Evonik. The parties have agreed not to disclose financial terms of the transaction. The ...


Bayer and Dow complete license agreement for the use of IMPACT technology to produce polyether polyols


Bayer and The Dow Chemical Company have completed a license agreement that allows Dow to produce polyether polyols using Bayer's patented IMPACT technology. Financial terms regarding cost of the license have not been disclosed. IMPACT technology, a new technology in the global phase of market ...


Success with Safety: Wesseling's Cyanide Plant Turns 50


CyPlus GmbH's cyanide plant in Wesseling is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary. "From its early days in 1957, Wesseling has developed into our most important production site," pointed out CyPlus's managing director Frank Harenburg at an event for employees, customers, and suppliers to mark the ...


Bayer and Shell complete a license agreement on a production technology for high performance polyether polyols


Bayer Antwerp N.V. and Shell International Research Maatschappij BV have entered a license agreement under undisclosed terms enabling Shell to implement Double Metal Cyanide (DMC) technology to produce polyether polyols using Shell´s process design under Bayer's existing Impact patents. The ...


Bayer and BASF complete a license agreement on the use of a technology for the production of polyether polyols


Bayer and BASF Aktiengesellschaft have completed a license agreement that allows BASF to produce polyether polyols using Bayer's Impact technology. Financial terms have not been disclosed. The Impact technology specifies an advantageous process for polyoxyalkylation which uses Double Metal ...


Low Cost Chemical Agent Detection


Monitoring equipment currently used to detect nerve agents and toxic chemicals are expensive, high maintenance, and require specialized training. Safety Solutions of Boynton Beach, FL has developed the HazMat Smart-Strip, a badge that changes color when exposed to toxic agents. It is being sold ...


Degussa: New Logistics Concept for Enhanced Safety


CyPlus GmbH, Hanau, wants to increase transportation safety for cyanides at the Wesseling site through a new logistics concept based on safe and efficient storage of the product. This is coupled with a transport and delivery concept that dispenses with disposable packaging and allows the customer ...


CyPlus and Inco Launch New Cyanide Detoxification Process


CyPlus, a wholly-owned company of Degussa AG, Germany, and Inco Technical Services Limited, Mississauga, Canada, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Inco Limited, have announced the product launch of their newly developed cyanide destruction process. CombinOx is a process that takes advantage of ...


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