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Russian firm to build hydrogen peroxide plant

3:39 AM MDT | August 29, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Khimprom has announced plans to build a new hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) plant at its Cheboksarsk, Russia, manufacturing complex. The company has concluded an engineering and technology transfer contract with Chematur Engineering (Karlskoga, Sweden). The plant will be designed to produce 50,000 m.t./year of H2O2 at 100% concentration. Total investment cost has been put at about $87 million.   The facility will use the anthraquinone method to produce H2O2. Khimprom already operates a 22,000-m.t./year H2O2 facility based on the oxidation of isopropyl alcohol...

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