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WACKER POLYSILICON Expands Polysilicon Capacity at Burghausen, Germany

27-Sep-2004

WACKER POLYSILICON continues to expand polysilicon production at its Burghausen site in Germany. Capacity will be ramped up in two stages: from 2006, annual production will rise by 500 metric tons, and by another 1,000 metric tons from 2007. After the expansion program is complete, up to 6,500 ...

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New names for Sartorius Group companies GWT GmbH and Boekels GmbH & Co. KG

02-Jun-2004

Effective 1 June 2004, the Sartorius Group companies Global Weighing Technologies GmbH (GWT), Hamburg and Boekels GmbH & Co. KG, Aachen will operate under new company and brand names. In future, the two weighing, measuring and control technology providers for industrial processes will be known as ...

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BASF reduces capacity of maleic anhydride in Feluy

24-Mar-2004

BASF has reduced the capacity of maleic anhydride (MAN) at its production site in Feluy, Belgium, to 115,000 metric tons per year from 135,000 metric tons per year. The company shut down some small reactors at the end of December 2003 in order to improve efficiency and utilization. Customers will ...

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HydrogenSource Demonstrates New Noble Metal Water Gas Shift Catalysts for Fuel Processing and Hydrogen Generation Applications

30-Jan-2004

HydrogenSource LLC, a leading developer of fuel processor systems, announced that it has demonstrated the viability of new advanced noble metal Water Gas Shift (WGS) catalysts as cost effective components in fuel processor systems for fuel cell and hydrogen generation applications. Fuel ...

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Eastman and Jupp Associates announce licensing program for high-pressure polyethylene technology

30-Jul-2003

Eastman Chemical Company, through its Voridian Division, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Jupp Associates Limited, Yarm, England, to sublicense Voridian developed process and mechanical know-how to operators of high-pressure polyethylene autoclave reactors. "This agreement ...

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Chiral Quest announces opening of new operations facility

In the Princeton/NJ area Chiral Quest intends to enlarge production of catalysts and larger scale chiral phosphines

12-Jun-2003

Chiral Quest, Inc. today announced the grand opening of its new laboratory and office facilities in the Princeton, NJ area. The combined functions of the New Jersey site will complement existing Chiral Quest research operations, located near the laboratory of Chief Technology Officer Professor ...

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new "GMP KiloLab" in Bayer's Central Organics Pilot Plant

12-Feb-2003

Providing kilogram quantities of pharmaceutical active ingredients - for phases 1 and 2 of clinical testing, for example - within a minimum of time and with the utmost reliability and safety is a major challenge for every custom manufacturer. Bayer Chemicals, a division of Bayer AG, has a ...

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Air Products and Johnson Matthey Establish Alliance to Market Monolith Catalyst Technology to Fine and Specialty Chemical Produc

06-Dec-2002

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. announced that a Marketing Agreement has been signed with Johnson Matthey to commercialize its proprietary monolith catalyst-based process technology: the Monolith Loop Reactor (MLR). The technology has been developed specifically for the Specialty Chemicals ...

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Bayer (Schweiz) is investing in the Muttenz plant belonging to Clariant Switzerland

23-Sep-2002

Muttenz, Switzerland, 19 September 2002 - Bayer (Schweiz) AG is investing about CHF 20 million in the Muttenz plant belonging to Clariant Switzerland. The investment creates the technical prerequisites for expanding production of the broad-spectrum fungicide FLINT. The Muttenz plant of Bayer ...

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New Foxboro pH Sensor Line Doubles Service Life, Reduces Costs in Demanding Applications

12-Sep-2002

Foxboro, a unit of Invensys Production Management, has introduced a new family of pH sensors designed to improve operation in traditional problem areas within harsh process applications. As demonstrated at the Invensys Showcase Conference and EXPO, the new DolpHin(TM) sensor line incorporates ...

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