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... Starts Up Sulfone Polymers Plant in Ohio

2:42 PM MST | November 7, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Solvay Advanced Polymers says it has completed construction of a world-scale sulfone polymers plant at Marietta, OH. Total investment in the facility was $50 million. The plant has capacity to produce Solvay’s sulfone polymer products, including its Radel A polyethersulfone and Radel R polyphenylsulfone. Solvay has also expanded capacity of 4-4 dichlorodiphenyl sulfone, a key monomer used in sulfone production, at its Augusta, GA plant. Meanwhile, the company says it may further expand sulfone capacity in the U.S. and is finalizing plans for sulfone...

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