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New stages of construction of principal production buildings begin at SITTEC construction site


New stages of construction of principal production buildings begin at SITTEC construction site

The construction of SITTEC production complex principal buildings is underway at pilot-scale titanium coagulant production site in the Komi Republic.

July 29, 2011 saw CJSC SITTEC, CJSC Trest YamalStroyGasDobycha, the general contractor, and Engineering Gas System LLC, a company exercising independent construction control, hold a meeting in Yarega urban-type settlement in Ukhta. The meeting focused on the amount of the ongoing construction works, as well as on the fulfillment of the construction and installation works schedule.

Trest YamalStroyGasDobycha, the general contractor, began the construction of the principal production building No.1. The first stage includes ground works for foundation pits and subfoundation preparation. The principal production building No.1 consists of 8 technological blocks, making up the ultimate product production line, as well as auxiliary sections. The building was designed by FSUE “RSC” Applied Chemistry” Design Institute (St. Petersburg). The overall dimensions of the building are 42 m and 108 m with the variable height of 24-28.

The construction of the liquid chlorine warehouse – one of the principal buildings of SITTEC production complex - is also progressing. The general contractor is laying the foundation of the warehouse.

The construction of the building structure is planned to have been completed before the 2011-2012 winter, taking into consideration climate conditions in the region.

SITTEC Ltd., which is part of IFD Kapital Group, is realizing the project of building up titanium coagulant production on the basis of Yarega oil and titanium resource (the Ukhta Region, the Komi Republic, the Russian Federation). Titanium coagulant is an innovative highly effective chemical for drinking water production, and industrial and municipal waste water treatment. The superior removal capacity of titanium coagulant is accounted for by the high adsorption capacity of titanium containing phases in the product, which has significant technical and economic advantages over other coagulants.

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