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Lurgi Awarded World's Largest Nylon-6 Plant in China

5:55 AM MDT | August 11, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz

Lurgi says it has been awarded a contract to build the world's largest nylon-6 plant. The unit will be built for Fujian Jinjiang Technology Co. at Changle, China. The company is a producer of high-end nylon fiber for various textile applications in China. The new facility will be designed for a 260 m.t./day of nylon-6 and backintegrates Fujian Jinjiang to the raw material. Lurgi will supply a two-stage nylon-6 technology, which belongs to its sister company Zimmer, as well as basic engineering, main equipment items, including the re-polymerization and VK tube...

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