“We are proud to be Braskem’s technology and catalyst partner on the largest polypropylene production line in the Americas,” said Grace’s Laura Schwinn, President, Specialty Catalysts. “We have and will continue to provide Braskem with onsite support during the startup phase and, as always, we will continue to work together on the broad range of resins they plan to produce.”
In addition to using Grace’s UNIPOL PP Process Technology and catalyst systems, Braskem has invested in the UNIPOL UNIPPAC® Process Control Software, providing Braskem with better control and optimisation of the plant.
“Using the full breadth of our licensing portfolio—from our process technology to our catalysts to our plant monitoring software—gives Braskem the advantage when it comes to cost, quality, and product differentiation,” David Hartill, Vice President, Licensing and Global Services commented. “It will also provide them with the edge they seek in meeting the demands of the North American polypropylene industry.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/product-news/15092020/graces-process-technology-unveiled-at-braskem-polypropylene-line/
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