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Eight years after successful operation of clients first steam reformer delivered by Caloric, an Italian company specialised in the recycling of used lubricants decided for their second production site to use again Calorics highly reliable hydrogen generator. The new hydrogen plant based on Calorics HC technology will replace an existing plant. Calorics experience and capabilities

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Caloric was awarded a new contract for the supply of a hydrogen system in the Middle East with a capacity of 600 Nm3/h based on natural gas steam reforming process. The specific challenge in this project was the fluctuation demand of hydrogen due to the downstream processes the H2 is used for. Caloric’s innovative and

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Caloric has won the contract for the second hydrogen generation plant for a client from the chemical industry in France. After successful operation of the first plant delivered by Caloric and started up in 2009 the customer chose again Caloric’s high efficient HC steam reforming technology for their increased demand. The plant will produce 2800

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Caloric has won the contract for a hydrogen expansion project in Malaysia. After successful operation of the first plant delivered by Caloric and started up in 2006 the customer chose again Caloric’s high efficient HC steam reforming technology for their increased demand. The plant will produce 1750 Nm3/h of hydrogen with a purity of 99.999%.

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Caloric’s leading technology for hydrogen generation by steam methane reforming won a contract for Caloric in Ukraine. Caloric will provide engineering and equipment for a new hydrogen plant and the corresponding distributed control system (DCS), using Caloric’s HC steam methane reforming hydrogen production technology. Technical assistance services during the erection, commissioning and start-up of this

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Caloric has signed the second contract for the supply of a carbon dioxide recovery unit using aMDEA®-solvent within the last 12 months based on its licence granted by BASF SE. The plant was ordered by a Swedish company and is part of a syngas treatment facility to be located in the Northern Part of Sweden.

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