Perkhloretilen for dry-cleaning (Czekh)
PERCHLOROETHYLENE IS THE OPTIMAL SOLUTION FOR LAUNDRYERS AND OTHER INDUSTRY SECTORS AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. CONTACTS
PERCHLORETHYLENE is shipped from warehouse from 1 barrel (325 kg). Perchlorethylene is shipped both from a warehouse in Kiev and from regional warehouses. We do delivery of perchlorethylene by rail and by road to any point in Ukraine, we send perchlorethylene by couriers (New mail, Night Express, and other services) from 1 barrel. To clarify the cost of perchlorethylene in the amount you need, terms of payment and delivery time, please contact the sales department
In recent years, European production of perchlorethylene has significantly decreased. 5 years ago in Europe, there were about a dozen manufacturers, but as environmental standards tightened and competition in the market for organochlorine products, many industries were closed (Spanish ERCROS, French ARKEMA, etc.). Already this year, the Romanian production of OLTCHIM was closed. CONTACTS The strongest survived. And today in Europe, perchlorethylene is produced by only four companies: INEOS CHLOR at the plant in Runcorn (Great Britain), SOLVAY at the production site in Tavaux (France), SPOLCHEMIE at the plant in Usti nad Labem (Czech Republic) and DOW EUROPE at the production site in Stade (Germany). All of them are members of the European Association of Chlorinated Solvent Manufacturers, which in turn is part of the powerful EuroChlor Association, which unites 97% of chlorine products manufacturers. In the Soviet Union, there were also several enterprises producing halogenated hydrocarbons: Ufakhimprom, Chlorvinil, Usoliekhimprom and Kaustik. The reasons for the closure of these industries in the 90s of the last century are well known to all of us. Only the Bashkir plant "Caustic" survived.
CJSC "Caustic" CONTACTS
founded in 1964. Consists of 4 industries. One of them is the production of perchlorethylene, launched in 1972. Production capacity - 16 thousand tons per year. In recent years, the production volume has been stable. The lion's share of perchlorethylene is exported to the countries of Southeast Asia. On average, dry cleaners in Russia and the CIS countries, historically tied to this plant, consume from 200 to 300 tons per month. It's safe to say that throughout the former Soviet Union there is no dry cleaner that does not use this solvent. Perchlorethylene from the Caustic plant traditionally has a good quality. After the reconstruction of production in 2001, Russian perchlorethylene in general could successfully compete with the best European samples. However, producing a product is not all. It must be poured into special storage containers, then pump into tanks or barrels and deliver to consumers. As a result of these operations, the quality of an initially good product often suffers. Suffice it to say that the filling into barrels is done manually, and the factory does not have an equipped filling workshop with container quality control at all. In addition, the quality of perchlorethylene used in dry cleaning directly depends on the stabilizer used by the manufacturer. Perhaps it is precisely because of the choice of the stabilizer that the Russian solvent is so much inferior to the European ones.
The essence of the question of the role of the stabilizer should be discussed separately. Perchlorethylene contains 99.9% of the basic substance, which, of course, is the same in all solvents. 0.1% is accounted for by the stabilizer, and it is this small proportion that is the key component in determining the quality of perchlorethylene for dry cleaning of clothes. In the absence of a stabilizer, pure perchlorethylene, upon contact with certain metals, as well as at high temperatures and excessive humidity, decomposes, forming hydrochloric acid. This means that pure perchlorethylene is not suitable for dry cleaning. For this reason, leading European manufacturers have a special grade of perchlorethylene for the dry cleaning industry, and their scientific laboratories are faced with the task of developing more and more advanced multicomponent stabilizers that will allow the solvent to be used repeatedly in the dry cleaning process without loss of quality. The stabilizer recipe is a closely guarded secret by manufacturers. Traditionally, preparations of the amine group were used for stabilization, but it is quite possible that fundamentally new substances have already been synthesized today
The British company INEOS
dates back to 1815. Perchlorethylene production began in the 30s of the twentieth century. In 1976, a new plant was put into operation in the town of Runcorn, capable of producing 100,000 tons of tri- and perchlorethylene in total. Since the end of the 50s, from the very beginning of the production of the solvent for dry cleaning under the trademark PERCLONE ™, it has been well stabilized and has excellent consumer properties. In more than 50 years of its use in dry cleaning of clothes, the equipment for the industry has changed a lot. In addition, more and more stringent environmental standards are imposed on dry cleaning companies. Solvent consumption in modern fourth and fifth generation machines is an order of magnitude lower than in open-type machines. Especially for this equipment in the 90s INEOS developed a new brand of PERCLONE ™ DX Plus solvent, which has fundamentally new characteristics. This latest development has not yet been used in Russia. Perhaps this is due to its price, which is at least 200 euros higher than the traditional PERCLONE ™ solvent, which is present in minimal quantities on the Russian market. Given that the dry cleaning industry has exploded in recent years and many factories are already equipped with fourth and fifth generation machines, I believe that the time will soon come for a solvent specially developed for this equipment.
the SOLVAY group of companies
was founded in Belgium in 1861. Nowadays, the PERSTABIL® solvent is produced in France at the plant in the town of Tavaux, has good European quality and has been presented in small quantities on the Russian market since 2007. The first plant was built in the 30s of the last century, since then it has been repeatedly rebuilt and modernized. At the moment, the industrial complex in Tavo is, in fact, a platform for the introduction of new technologies from SOLVAY. So, last year a new production of epichlorohydrin was launched here using Epicerol® technology. This process, developed at the research center of SOLVAY, is based on the processing of glycerin, a by-product in the production of biodiesel, and hydrochloric acid.
Almost the same technology for the production of epichlorohydrin has existed since 2007 at the plant
This plant, founded in 1856 on the territory of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is located in the very west of the Czech Republic, in the town of Usti above Labem, just a few kilometers from Germany. SPOLCHEMIE, like all industrial enterprises of modern Czech Republic, is developing very dynamically, combining centuries-old traditions and the latest technologies. The plans are to conquer key positions in the European market for epoxy resins and expand into new markets, primarily Russia. Perchlorethylene production was launched in the seventies of the last century. Today it is small, no more than 10,000 tons per year. This product is not included in the strategic category for the plant, but is considered only as a side product. Nevertheless, it is a product of European quality: reliable, stable. Probably, this could be the perchlorethylene "Caustic" if it was produced and packaged in the Czech Republic.
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