SOLD**BioDiesel Plant. Construction started in 2006. Plant to be built to Class A Standards. Designed capacity to be 7 million GPY when complete. All Licenses and Permits to produce Bio Diesel will Convey along with a 22 year lease on the property with option to extend. Cost to complete is approx. $1 million.**SOLD
Biodiesel facility, has a current capability of about 10 million gallons/year, and can reasonably be expanded to about 18 million gallons/year of production. The system is designed to handle a variety of feedstocks. To date materials such as used vegetable oils, tallow, lard, corn oil, soybean oil, canola oil, mixed off-spec vegetable oils, and several vegetable oil/animal fat combinations have been successfully processed. Land included, approx 20 acres. Plant on ~3 acres with ~10 acres to the right of the plant for plenty of expansion.
BIODIESEL / BIOFUEL
Previous Specialty Chemical Manufacturing with Rail and Waste Water Treatment plant in Rock Hill, South Carolina (Charlotte Area) For Sale. 50+ Acre site zoned Heavy Manufacturing. Rail Road Access. Site with complete waste water treatment plant added in the late 1990's at a cost of $5,000,000+. Treats up to 100,000 GPD. Main buildings on site with estimated sizes: 7800 sq.ft. Offices/change room/break room; 875 sq.ft. Laboratory; 1375 sq.ft maintenance area; 4800 sq.ft warehouse; 2625 sq.ft pole barn storage; 1665 sq.ft. warehouse; 2000 sq.ft warehouse. PROCESS EQUIPMENT NOT INCLUDED and is mostly dismantled. Process equipment can be purchased separately. This has great potential for Waste Water Treatment Plant or Bio Diesel Plant.
Chemical Manufacturing and WASTEWATER TREATMENT
HIGH TEMP / HIGH VACUUM DISTILLATION - CHEM Rx. multiple use distillation plus high temperature Rx system: Operational temperature up to ~325 Deg.C (620 Deg.F) at 1.0mm vacuum. This is a "state-of-the-art" chemical processing / distillation / separation / polymerization / purification / chemical reaction production pilot plant. There is literally very little that this system is not designed to accomplish when it comes to any chemical processing need. Originally, it was a ~$1.45MM unit as installed in late 2009 - early 2010. Only used to evaporate water from inert solids powder, it has been used very sparingly since then. It is in very good working order, and is designed for easy dis-assembly and re-assembly. Excellent pilot / production system for most applications including: A) Rm or high temp/vac distillations B) Polymerizations C) Pharm. synthesis & purifications D) Liquid-solids separations, E) High-temp / high-vac reactions. F) Liquid - liquid separations Efficiently separates multiple liquids with different boiling / vaporization properties. Also separates single or multiple liquids from most types of suspended solids. Sold AIWI.
**SOLD**16,000 BPD Lube Hydrotreater, LHT at 3,000 psig. Unit was built by Fluor. The P&ID's of the unit are available upon request. The unit was used from 2000 to 2008, to run 20,000 BPD at 2,700 psig to make Gas Oil Feed for ethylene cracking and also used to make ULSD. The Lube Hydrotreater Reactor, R-024-01 is 8' diameter x 7', 3450 psig, Catalyst Volume: 2800 cu ft. The U1A, two drawings of the LHT Rx and the P&ID of the reactor portion of the LHT are available upon request. To summarize the materials of construction of the Rx: Shell thickness is 8.636" minimum, 9" ordered, Heads:5.757" Minimum, 6" and 6-1/2"ordered. Shell and heads are SA 387 Grade D, N and T, (which we assume means Normalized and heat Treated)63,000 psi Tensile Strength. The stainless weld overlay is 347 stainless, 3/16" thick. Design pressure is 3,450 psi at 850F Hydro tested at 5,134 psi. MAWP 3,477 at 825F; 3,505 MAWP at 800F; 2,977 MAWP at 900F. SOLD...NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
**SOLD**40,000 BPD Low Sulfur Gas (LSG) unit. Built is 2005 and started in 2006. The LSG Unit reduces gasoline to a low sulfur target. The LSG (SCANfining process) treats FCC gasoline by catalytically hydrodesulfurizing sulfur compounds in the feed (forming H2S for removal) in order to meet federal sulfur specifications for gasoline. Quoted AIWI. ON HOLD.
LOW SULFUR GAS
1400 T/D Methanol Plant for sale. Major equipment available. The Following Equipment Remains For Sale: *Linde Syn Loop A, 720 T/D. *Purification Area, 1430 T/D. Systems are complete with pipe and equipment. Major Equipment for Sale: *Converter Linde Design installed in 1984, Item # 47008. *Steam Drum (integral to Linde Converter), Item # 4277. *Circulating Compressor w/ Steam Turbine Drive 5500 HP, Item # 48502/41502. *Crude MeOH Condenser 13,357 Sq.Ft., Item # 43010. *Crude Methanol Separator, Item # 47301. *Syn Gas Compressor w/ Steam turbine, 12,200 HP, Item # 48501/41501. Purification Area: *Topping Column, 9'dia. X 87' T/T, Item # 48001. *Refining Column, 10' dia. X 112'9" T/T, Item # 48002. *Finishing Column, 14'9"/13' dia. X 149'8" T/T, Item # 48003. Complete system with reboilers, condensers, drums, etc.
used 200 Ton/Day Nitric Acid Plant. Designed by Weatherby. Built in 1972. Originally designed for 170 T/D. Major revamp in 1978/79. Shut down in mid 1990's. Absorber tower has 22 trays and is rated 120 PSI @ 200 Deg.F. NOX abatement unit added in 1978. DeLaval Air Compressor with tail gas expanders. Platinum filter was sent out in 2005 for recovery of platinum. Balance of equipment remains. Price is As is Where is.
2000 Ton/Year Polysilicon Plant for sale (solar grade) with Hydrochlorination and FBR (fluid bed) technology. Various units with technology package from a 2000 tons/year Polysilicon facility (solar cell grade N6 and N7) based on hydrochlorination (using hydrogenation reactors) and fluid bed technology (in TCS Decomposition reactors) Equipment modules ready to relocate and reinstall Plant new in 2008, shut down due to adverse market conditions and global financial crisis. Raw Material: Metallurgical grade Silicon (MGS) Impurities are removed from MGS by producing a silicon containing compound that can be refined to a very high purity. This compound is then decomposed under controlled conditions to deposit silicon in a form that can be used in the Photovoltaic or Semiconductor industries. Major Units available: Unit 100: TCS Production This area converts the MG-silicon solids into the TCS liquid. Pre-ground MGS is mixed with a copper catalyst. The mix is dried and fed into the fluid-bed synthesis reactor. The mix is reacted with STC and Hydrogen to produce TCS. The hot gas leaving the synthesis reactor passes through a separator before being condensed and fed into a high-pressure degasser column. The hydrogen gas exits from the top of degasser then goes to the hydrogen compression station (Area 500) being recycled back to the reactor. The liquid from the degasser is reduced in pressure then further cooled by heat exchange with cool STC being pumped back to the reactor. Two synthesis reactor trains are implemented in the current design. The resulting cooled TCS/STC liquid is mixed with the stream from the other train and fed to Area 200. Unit 200: TCS/STC Purification and Recovery This area separates and purifies the TCS stream to a high purity suitable for deposition of high purity silicon and purifies the STC to a purity suitable for recycle. In this area, several distillation columns equipped with condensers and re-boilers are used to separate the TCS from the TCS/STC mix stream. Furthermore, TCS stream is purified to remove the impurities before it is sent to the 300 Area for decomposition. The STC stream is also purified before it is recycled back into the Area 100 reactor. Unit 300: TCS Decomposition and Polysilicon Production This area contains the fluidized-bed TCS decomposition reactors and auxiliary equipments. Area 300 consists mostly of the decomposition reactors and distillation columns with re-boilers and condensers. In the fluidized-bed reactors, the pure TCS is decomposed into pure silicon, STC, and hydrogen. The silicon is collected and sold to our customers. The STC is separated and purified from the unreacted TCS and then recycled to hydrogen reactor. The unreacted TCS is recycled to the decomposition reactor. Polysilicon Process Details MGS is reacted with Silicon Tetrachloride (SiCl4) and Hydrogen at a high temperature and high pressure in a hydrogenation reactor to produce Trichlorosilane (SiHCl3). Many of the impurities in the MGS are converted into compounds that contain hydrogen and/or chlorine. Hydrogen that has not been reacted in the reactor and gaseous materials produced in the hydrogenation reactor, such as methane (CH4), are separated from the reactor effluent. These gaseous contaminants are removed from the hydrogen, concentrated, neutralized, and scrubbed. The effluent from this scrubber will be discharged into the atmosphere in compliance with the requested permit. The purified hydrogen is recycled to the hydrogenation reactor. Next, solid contaminants are removed from the process stream and held for further processing. The solid contaminants stream contains some Silicon Tetrachloride (STC) and Trichlorosilane (TCS) in the liquid state. The Trichlorosilane that was produced in the hydrogenation reactor is then separated from the Silicon Tetrachloride that was not consumed in the hydrogenation reactor. The Trichlorosilane undergoes further distillation to remove additional impurities. The small impurity stream which contains Dichlorosilane, Trichlorosilane, and Boron Trichloride, is mixed with the waste stream in item 3 above. The Silicon Tetrachloride stream is distilled to remove a small amount of solid and higher boiling liquid materials. This small stream contains Silicon Tetrachloride, Titanium Tetrachloride, and a small amount of solids. The stream is mixed with the waste stream in items 3 and 5 above. The purified Silicon Tetrachloride is recycled to the hydrogenation reactor. The waste stream is reacted with water to render it harmless. Chloride containing materials are oxidized, and the resulting hydrochloric acid is neutralized with Sodium Hydroxide to produce common salt (NaCl). The small amount of Hydrogen that is produced is processed through the scrubber. The pure Trichlorosilane (from 5 above) is directed to a high temperature, low pressure reactor where it decomposes into pure Silicon and Silicon Tetrachloride. The Silicon is collected and sold to our customers. The Silicon Tetrachloride is separated from the unreacted Trichlorosilane and recycled to the hydrogenation reactor. The unreacted Trichlorosilane is recycled to the decomposition reactor. Equipment list Available.
POLYSILICON PLANT (solar grade)
***SOLD***Unused 120 LTSD Sulfur Recovery Plant. Claus sulfur recovery unit with associated tail gas unit. Designed and purchased in 2008. Unit never installed and is ready to load. All drawings and Documentation available. Contact us for a Major equipment list. The pumps, valves and instrumentation is not available.
SULFUR RECOVERY PLANT
**SOLD**UREA PLANT FOR SALE. Rated 700 TPD. Originally designed to produce 600 short tons per day of Urea in the form of Granules. Constructed by C&I Girdler in 1973/74. The synthesis and recovery sections utilize the Snam-progetti Process Design. The finishing section employs the C&I Gridler-Cominco Spherodizer Granulation Process. Total Recycle Design. The Granulation Process was shut down in 1991, but the plant continued producing 700T/D of liquid Urea. The remainder of the plant was run until 2003 producing liquid Urea. Unit is match marked, dismantled and ready to load. Loading cost is additional. SOLD SOLD
Urea Spherodizer Granulation Plant. Granulation Section Only. C&I Girdler Semi-carbon design. 1320 T/D design in (3) trains. 1500 T/D maximum recorded production. Major equipment includes:(3) Each Spherodizer Granulation Systems. 14' dia. X 50'lgth. with conveyors and screens.(3) Each Scrubber Systems. Stainless steel bodies with 60,000 ACFM fans and ductwork. (1) Refrigeration system with 1320 Ton Ammonia compressor.
Urea Granulation Plant