Jiangsu Sailboat Petrochemical Co. Ltd. Selects LyondellBasell’s Lupotech T technology
Published by Pippa Luck,
LyondellBasell has announced that Jiangsu Sailboat Petrochemical Co. Ltd. will use again LyondellBasell Lupotech T high-pressure polyethylene technology at their facility located in Lianyungang City, Jiangsu Province, China.
The process technology will be used for a 200 KTA ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer (EVA) and low-density polyethylene (LDPE) line to produce EVA products with vinyl acetate comonomer.
“Growth of EVA and LDPE applications remain strong in particular in higher value applications such as solar panel lamination and encapsulant which are growing contributors in the energy transition,” said Neil Nadalin, Director Global Licensing and Services at LyondellBasell. Nadalin added, “The technology of choice for producing both EVA and LDPE applications in high demand, remains our high-pressure tubular Lupotech T process offering lowest operating and balanced investments costs to our customers.”
Mr Bai Wei, General Manager of Jiangsu Sailboat Petrochemical Co., Ltd stated: “This is already the second Lupotech T line and our third polyethylene line based on LyondellBasell’s proprietary technology allowing us to produce EVA copolymers and high-quality LDPE products. We are very satisfied with the production capability and plant performance of the Lupotech T technology. Therefore, selecting LyondellBasell’s technology was again a natural choice for expanding our production capability with this additional project.”
More than 13 000 KTA of Lupotech T EVA/LDPE production capacity has been licensed by LyondellBasell in over 70 lines around the world.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/03082021/jiangsu-sailboat-petrochemical-co-ltd-selects-lyondellbasells-lupotech-t-technology/
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