Ammonia Plants/Fertilzer Plant

 

We are in a position to undertake projects on a fully wrapped lump sum EPC basis, and have many proven world-scale references with capacities ranging from 600 mtpd to 3300 mtpd. Our name is synonymous with first-class technologies which are subject to constant refinement as well as excellent management skills for large-scale projects, modern international procurement strategies in a global market and decades of experience in all four corners of the globe. The company is therefore in a position to offer its customers throughout the world optimum solutions for maximum cost efficiency, reliability and environmental compatibility. Our clients are a Who’s Who of the fertilizer industry.

Steam Reforming          Ammonia Plant             Special Solution

 

Industrial Solutions provides plants for the natural gas- or naphtha-based steam reforming process, coal gasification process, hydrogen process and electrolysis process and offers a bandwidth of products including Urea Melt, DEF, Urea Granules, AN Prills, Nitric Acid, AN/UAN Solutions, Phosphate Fertilizers and Methanol. We offer ammonia plant capacities of 200 to 500 mtpd (small-scale ammonia plants) and 500 to 4,500 mtpd (large-scale  ammonia plants). With such references, It is one of the market-leading companies in this business.

Since 1996 alone, the Industrial Solutions has engineered and built new ammonia plants with total production capacities of over 14 million metric tons and has revamped 9 existing ammonia plants. We look forward to serving you with a tailor-made ammonia plant.

Overview

Steam reforming of hydrocarbons is a well-established process for the generation of synthesis gas, hydrogen etc. The steam reforming process comprises the high temperature reaction of methane or higher hydrocarbons over a catalyst to produce hydrogen and carbon monoxide in accordance with the following reaction equation:

CnH2n+2 + nH2O = nCO + (2n +1)H2

The reforming takes place in tubes packed with catalyst and arranged vertically in gas-fired steam reformers. A nickel catalyst is used and applied to a supporting structure. The operating conditions of the steam reformer vary depending on the application, with temperatures ranging from 740 °C to 950 °C and pressures of up to 50 bar. This wide range of operating conditions necessitates a versatile reformer design.

The TKU proprietary reformer design has stood the acid test of performance over the past decades, satisfying the demands of various applications. Developments in all areas of concern have resulted in a high degree of all-around reliability. Consequently, many customers use the TKU Reformer Technology.

 

 

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