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Used and Surplus Process Plants

Phoenix Equipment owns or has access to comprehensive list of used process plants and systems for the chemical, petro-chemical, fertilizer, refining, pharmaceutical, power generation, and other process related industries. Our extensive inventory of unused and used process plants and systems is available for immediate shipment and at a fraction of the cost of engineering and purchasing a new plant. We are a leader in providing our customers with innovative and cost-effective solutions for their product and plant expansion projects. Our inventory changes daily, as we buy and sell used plants and systems from around the world.

More information about Purchasing and Relocating Process Plants

At Phoenix Equipment, we are committed to make your plant relocation project a success. We have the in-house knowledge and experience to assist you throughout the process of buying and relocating a process plant. We can coordinate and introduce you to specific technical consultants, as well as arrange or manage the match-marking, dismantlement, refurbishment, crating, export, and shipping process. If we do not have a plant or process immediately available, we have an extensive customer base and developed resources throughout the world to help you find the right complete chemical, petro-chemical, pharmaceutical, power generation, refinery and other process related plants.

Used plants can be transferred to another part of the world and reassembled quicker and less costly than building a new plant. Ultimately, a successful relocation project can provide the following benefits:

  • The total project cost can be much less than ½ the cost of building a new plant;
  • An existing plant does not require as much engineering work, therefore, even with the time required to perform refurbishment the total project time line can be significantly reduced;
  • If experienced consultants and contractors are involved, the risks associated with relocating an existing plant can be mitigated;
  • Lastly, most of the basic assumptions and equipment in chemical and other process plants have not drastically changed over the last few decades, which means that with relatively minor re-engineering, upgrades and refurbishment, plants can have significantly longer useful lives.