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Honeywell-Sinochem jv breaks ground on China plant

2:51 PM MST | December 17, 2012 | —Deepti Ramesh

Sinochem (Beijing) says that Sinochem Lantian Honeywell—a joint venture between Honeywell and Sinochem—has broken ground on a previously announced project to produce hydrofluorocarbon-245fa (HFC-245fa) at Taicang, China. HFC-245fa is a nonozone-depleting, rigid-foam blowing agent used in insulation for appliances, construction, transportation, and other applications for which maximum energy efficiency is required, Sinochem says. The 2 companies had announced plans for the 50-50 jv in October 2011, and in December 2011 Jacobs Engineering was awarded a...

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