Development bank KfW and the German International Collaboration Agency (GIZ) published a study on the effectiveness of caustic recovery plants (CRPs) for SREUP. The study revealed very positive results.
After a construction period of around two years, the first facility in China has now been put into operation, producing around 600,000 tonnes of propene a year through propane dehydrogenation (PDH) with a Regeneration Air Heater (RAH) developed and built by Hans Hennig and Körting.
Following a proposal by the board of directors and supervisory board, Körting Hannover AG’s shareholders voted unanimously during an extraordinary general meeting in June 2019 to turn Körting Hannover AG into a private limited company (GmbH)
An advanced Körting Caustic Recovery Plant replaces old technology from India and offers low running costs, a sophisticated concept and no downtime when treating the caustic solution.
Power stations generate electricity from steam. A power station’s efficiency can be increased when the turbines operate in a vacuum. This is where Körting venting groups are ideal.