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LAUNCH FINISH™ Pastillation Design

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Our Pastillation Design that produces premium-quality pastilles at low investment cost, low operating cost and with minimum emissions.

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LAUNCH FINISH™ Prilling Design

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The most cost-effective finishing solution for producing solid urea.

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Product development Dry Finishing

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• Why a new finishing technology? • Principle of dry finishing technology • The process • Alternative applications • Current Status

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How green is the Stamicarbon Urea process

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The Stamicarbon urea process, like other processes, unfortunately emits gaseous (ammonia) emissions due to the fact that the urea reaction is an equilibrium reaction. In principle, emission problems c

an be solved in two different ways, either with an in–line and/or with an end-of-pipe solution. The combination of the equilibrium reaction and the presence of inerts make an in-line solution not feasible. Therefore end-of-pipe solutions to eliminate ammonia emissions in both urea melt and finishing plants are still needed to obtain a green and environmentally sustainable process. This paper covers the different available end-of-pipe solutions such as absorbers (including emergency absorber), acidic scrubbers and flares. These options have a wide range of operating windows for further optimization and achieving optimum environmental performance. Flaring reduces the ammonia emission by converting the ammonia into carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides (NOx). Therefore, the environmental impact evaluation - after implementation of the new end-of-pipe solution - needs to be reviewed, especially when applying continuous emission flare because the environmental impact of these new type emissions are not more tolerable than ammonia emission. Stamicarbon believes that a green urea process combines optimum process conditions with a good choice of end-of-pipe solutions. The available alternatives for end-of-pipe solutions target an optimum “Triple P” balance, i.e. the balancing between financial-economical achievements (profit), environmental impact (planet) and public acceptance (people).

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Stamicarbon Corporate brochure

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Stamicarbon Corporate brochure

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LAUNCH MELT™ Pool Condenser & Pool Reactor Design

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Our CO₂ stripping process designs that simplifies the plant's overall design.

ADVANCE HSE Products and Services

MicroMist Venturi scrubbing

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Sources of urea dust in the air exhaust of a granulator: •Fine dust coming from the crushing-process of coarse granules •Evaporation/sublimation from urea melt (Isocyanicequilibrium) CO(NH2)2-> H

NCO + NH3 •Atomization Sprayer losses, however minimal with Stamicarbon film spray nozzles •Attrition

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The Low elevation technology AvancoreÆ applied in the Tierra del Fuego project

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One of the main papers presented during the 11th Stamicarbon symposium of 2008 was titled “Stamicarbon‟s new urea plant concept“ and presented the new Low Elevation Technology Avancore®. Main characte

ristic of the Avancore® technology is a vertical r...

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Stamicarbonís development in Granulation technology

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Stamicarbon introduced the granulation in 2002. The process, based on the film spraying nozzle, was well accepted in the market leading to a number of references. The main feature of the plant is the

ability to produce a final product of excellent qu...

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Stamicarbonís Mega Plant Concept

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Large urea plants require large high-pressure equipment that is difficult and costly to manufacture and transport. To reduce urea fabrication costs, Stamicarbon has developed a Mega Plant concept for

single-line urea plants that produce capacities of...

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Better product quality

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Stamicarbon is a reputed licensor for the urea process. Stamicarbon licenses the whole range of finishing technologies: prilling, granulation and pelletizing. The fluid bed granulation technique resul

ts in better quality product because the granule i...

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Stamicarbon-EnviroCare(s)

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In this presentation, we show the recent STAC developments in Urea FBG, our pioneership for the future market. - Product quality and low operating costs (energy&UF85) are critical factors in a pro

ductive environment. - Current plants need to meet th...

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Stamicarbon UAN Technology and Protect UAN

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Slide presentation on Stamicarbon's UAN technology. Years of experience with AN/UANplants: - More than 150 years of operation in AN and UAN plants. - 15 years at our own DSM plant in Geleen, the Nethe

rlands, since 2010 operating as OCI Nitrogen. - Co...

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Closed loop urea and bio fuel production

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Review of literature date shows that 1st generation biofuels show a clear energy balance deficiency. 2nd generation biofuels have a clear positive energy balance. This is even true if the urea require

d for the sustainable production of this biomass i...

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Finishing Technologies for Urea

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Slide presentation Finishing Technologies for Urea - Prilling - Pelletizing/pastillation - Granulation

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From proven technology to MEGA single line urea plants The MEGA urea plant concept is now reality at SKW Piesteritz, Germany

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The Medium-Pressure Add-on Debottlenecking Technology developed by Stamicarbon paves the way for single line large-scale urea plants up to 5000 metric tons per day. The urea plant at SKW Piesteritz is

the first plant at which this debottlenecking tec...

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Stamicarbon's proven schemes for large scale urea production ìGoing beyond 5000, up to 6000 MTPDî

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  Slide presentation Stamicarbon’s view on large scale urea plants: - MEGA technology: - Feasible route to design urea plants up to 6000 MTPD. - Based on a combination of proven design and siz

ing. - Revamp tool for existing plants aiming for >5000 MTPD...

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Dry finishing technology

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Emissions abatement in finishing

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EXPERIENCES WITH MICROMIST VENTURI SCRUBBING

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Finishing developments

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From urea to Uas to Multiproduct Granulation

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LAUNCH MELT™ flash design

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Life cycle service agreement for the LAUNCH series

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