FRIEM receives first purchase order DRP 7.0
FRIEM received the first purchase order DRP 7.0, the latest generation of its digital regulator for rectifier systems, to the Greek Kapachim.
FRIEM will provide a complete revamping service of the digital regulators on Kapachim rectifier.
Starting from the technical design review, FRIEM’s Technical Department will take care of the engineering of the electrical modification and software upgrade, while the Service Department will supervise the on-site installation.
During the last phase of the commissioning (start-up), the DRP 7.0 settings will be fine-adjusted in order to grant the highest possible performances of the system.
Kapachim is an expert chemical production company of raw materials, for personal and home care products, based in Greece, operating plants in several countries. The plant in question, active since 2010, implements electrolysis process to generate Cl2, H2 and NaOH used internally as building blocks to produce basic raw materials for the chemical industry, namely sodium hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid.
“It is the first maintenance service we perform on this plant since its commissioning – declares Alessio Galbusera, FRIEM’s Sales Service Coordinator– It confirms the reliability and the long-lasting performances of our products. The new digital regulator will upgrade the overall performances of the rectifier system, increasing its life cycle.”
“Starting in 2010 until the first major process capacity increase in 2016, FRIEM was one of our key partners. – added Costas Kanellis, Kapachim’s Plant Technical Manager– In 2016, there was no question whether we move forward with another option. Reliability is a must and FRIEM can deliver. Since then, we have decided to serve the market’s increased demand with the same key partner. Now, we decided to increase our reliability by upgrading our electrolysis process control scheme with the new Digital regulators DRP 7.0.”
Delivery is scheduled in March, and onsite activities will be through the next month.
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