World’s largest cracking furnace runs at full capacity - Wison

25 February 2011 09:31  [Source: ICIS news]

SHANGHAI (ICIS)--China’s petrochemical engineering contractor Wison Engineering said on Friday that the world’s largest ethylene cracking furnace has started up and is running at full capacity.

The furnace, with a capacity of 192,000 tonnes/year, was built by Wison. It is a key component in the cracker expansion of Sinopec and BASF’s joint-venture project in Nanjing, Wison said in a statement.

Further details were not available from Wison.

Wison is a Shanghai-based company that provides engineering, procurement and construction services, as well as commissioning services for refinery, petrochemical and other industrial projects.

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