Sodium Chlorate - 14000 TPY

Sodium Chlorate - 14000 TPY
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Used 14,000 TPY Sodium Chlorate plant built in 1990. Using Krebs technology and shut down in 2000, this modern sodium chlorate plant is a unique opportunity to build or expand capacity at a fraction of the cost of a new plant. The plant's major components are titanium, and it also includes a 1990 Toshiba Rectifier with the electrolytic cells. It has a dimensional stable anode system, as well as a closed system with hydrogen capture. The plant has (8) titanium reactors (Approx. 6' OD x 20') each with 3 Krebs NC 30 electrolysis cells with all interconnecting piping, buss bar and structural steel supports. Each cell has 36 anodes with 1311.125 sq. in. (33.3 sq. m) per anode.

Major Equipment
(1) Salt Silo with salt elevator, salt blower, baghouse and blower (1) Rotary vacuum filter, aprox. 4' x 4' (1) 200 sq. ft. US Brine Pressure Leaf Filter (2) Brine Ion Exchange Columns (1) 24" (17 Chambers) Polypropylene Filter press (1) Hydrogen Recovery Systems with Titanium scrubber (1) Titanium Digester Vessel, approx. 10'OD x 12'. (1) Swenson/Astro Titanium Crystallization system (1) Baker Perkins 13.5" Titanium Pusher Centrifuge (1) Sulzer Titanium Fluid Bed Drying System Built 1995

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