melamine

At the beginning of October 2016 Parcol has been awarded an important contract for the supply of critical angle valves for the  Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited (GSFC) 40000 MTPA melamine plant at Vadodara, Gujarat  – India.

The Company already operates successfully two Melamine Plants at its Vadodara Complex with an aggregate production capacity of 15000 MTPA, which after commissioning of the proposed project by 3rd quarter of FY 2017-18 would give total Melamine production of 55000 MTPA.

Melamine is a chemical made directly from urea, which finds application in high-end plastic products such as molding compounds, decorative laminates, adhesives for the woodwork industry, coating resins, concrete plasticizers and resins for paper finishing. It is further learnt that off-gases generated in the melamine plant can be recycled back to the urea plant where they will be converted again into urea thus making a melamine plant perfectly integrated within a fertilizer complex.

During the years Parcol has developed a huge experience in controlling fluid with high viscosity or high tendency to crystalize and to solidify with wide usage of special materials (duplex stainless steels, nickel based special alloys, etc.), in innovative trim design (low noise, anticavitation, etc.) and in all particular body executions (high pressure ratings, jacketed bodies, etc.).

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