Successful commissioning of a polyamide 6.6 plant at Huafon Group in Ruian, P.R. China

By Ekkehard Siebecke, Product Manager Polyamide, Uhde Inventa-Fischer

(PresseBox) ( Berlin, )
The engineering company Uhde Inventa-Fischer has successfully commissioned a plant for the production of polyamide 6.6 for its Chinese customer Huafon Group. The production plant has an annual capacity of 40,000 tonnes and is located at Huafon's company headquarters in the city of Ruian in Zhejiang Province, P.R. China.

Uhde Inventa-Fischer's energy-efficient, resource-saving and cost-reducing PA 6.6 technology enables Huafon to produce high-quality granulate, which can be used for all applications, such as textiles, tyre cord, engineering plastics and also co-polymers.

The production plant meets the strictest environmental regulations by using the best available technology. A key feature of the plant is that it also produces the AH salt needed for the production of PA 6.6 using a continuous process and the feedstocks hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid. Conventional PA 6.6 plants must be supplied with AH salt because they do not have such a process.

Uhde Inventa-Fischer's scope of supplies included the license for the PA 6.6 technology, the basic engineering, supply of all relevant equipment for the plant, the pre-commissioning and the start-up. In addition, the operating personnel of the Huafon Group were trained by experienced Uhde Inventa-Fischer specialists.
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