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26 June 2018

Casale is pleased to announce its acquisition of the license and all know-how of the CO2 Removal Process developed and owned by Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry (Russia).

In the recent past Casale’s corporate mission has been to become a global provider of the complete production chain of nitrogen fertilizers, from the feedstocks to the end-products.

This acquisition further strengthens Casale’s rich and comprehensive portfolio of processes with a technology that has found wide and successful application in many ammonia plants design by GIAP (Russia), such as the so-called AM-70, AM 76 and AM-80 types. Several of such plants, in Russia and other former USSR countries, are still in operation and have proved able to operate at capacities of 2000 MTD or more, after suitable revamping.

The distinctive feature of Karpov’s CO2 Removal Process is the peculiar design of the internal parts of both the absorber and stripper columns.

The access to Karpov’s technology allows Casale to revamp a GIAP ammonia plant up to 2100 MTD and more, substantially keeping the CO2 removal section, except for few modifications to the internals of the columns.

This feature simplifies the whole revamp and helps to greatly reduce the overall cost, as proven in the revamp carried out by Casale of the GIAP-designed plant at Nevinnomysk Azot.

A similar revamp, by Casale, at Novomoscosk Azot's GIAP ammonia plant is due to follow suit.

For further information on Karpov CO2 Removal Process and how it could benefit your plant or, in general, on revamping ammonia plants please contact:

Mr Lorenzo Pennino
Head of Sales
+41-919607201
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January 2016

Casale is happy to announce that it was awarded a new contract by Messrs. Nak Azot, member of Eurochem group (Russia), for the revamping of their Toyo ammonia plant at Novomoscovsk, with goal to boost the output up to 2000 MTD whilst reducing the energy consumption. Under the deal Casale will provide license, know-how and the basic design. The project is expected to be completed by end of 2017

Casale is delighted to continue the long standing relationship with Eurochem group, following last year’s  successful completion of a similar revamping for Nevinnomysk Azot ammonia plant (Russia).

July 2015

Casale is pleased to announce that has acquired a major contract by Messrs. Zuari Agro Chemicals Ltd (India) for the provision of Basic Engineering Design services regarding the revamping of their ammonia-urea complex in Goa, India.

In addition, a new granulation unit based on Casale’s VORTEX™ technology will also be supplied.

The goal of the revamping is to increase the output of the complex from 850 MTD to 1050 MTD of ammonia and from 1450 MTD to 1800 MTD of urea respectively.