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  • 2 We are specialized in industrial investments in the State of Kuwait and the Middle East since 1993, aiming at offering first-class products and services

  • 3 We are specialized in industrial investments in the State of Kuwait and the Middle East since 1993, aiming at offering first-class products and services, as well as providing professional technical support and outstanding manufacturing practices.

Chlorine Capacity Expansion

Two electrolyzers with a capacity of 140 TPD supplied by M/s. Inovyn, UK (formerly known as Ineos Technologies) operate Al-Kout’s existing Chlor-Alkali Facility. Al-Kout has made use of Inovyn’s technology since 2003, when the first step was taken by Al-Kout Management to replace the old electrolyzers with modern, high current density operated electrolyzers from Inovyn as part of the company’s long-term sustainable growth plan. Since then, the electrolyzers have provided satisfactory performance at Al-Kout, and our company has gradually increased their production levels over the years.

Because the maximum limit has been reached on the existing electrolyzers, Al-Kout plans to add one more electrolyzer capable of producing 30 TPD of Cl2, with a provision for expansion that can cover an additional 30 TPD of Cl2. Fluid streams for this proposed single pack electrolyzer will be tapped from existing circuits, and the products produced will be hooked up into existing circuits for further processing in their respective sections.

The new electrolyzer modules are currently being manufactured, and other major pieces of equipment that are required to support the modules are currently on order. In addition, the full range of detailed engineering work for the project is also being conducted. The new electrolyzer is expected to be ready for operation by the end of the first quarter of 2019.