A special thanks to our technology partners
De Nora is a global company and a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of electrodes, coatings and complete electrochemical solutions to serve diversified markets.
IHS Markit is a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions for the major industries and markets that drive economies worldwide. IHS Markit produces the Chemical World Analysis – Chlor-Alkali, an annual study that covers historical trends and forecasts for chlor-alkali supply/demand fundamentals over a 16-year period.
Wholly owned by INEOS, one of the world’s largest chemicals companies, Inovyn is the supplier of choice for manufacturers around the world. Inovyn is proud of its range of high quality chlor alkali products, which are essential ingredients in a wide variety of everyday industrial applications.
Olin added Dow’s U.S. Gulf Coast chlor alkali assets to its own in 2015, making Olin the world’s No.1 producer of chlor alkali products and chlorine derivatives. Backed by more than 100 years of continuing innovation, we offer highly-quality products and industry leading customer support worldwide.
Prince Rubber is one of the world’s leading innovators of chlor-alkali cell accessories. Since the 1930’s the company has been developing compounds of rubber and plastic materials that could handle the corrosive nature of manufacturing chlorine and caustic soda.
Since its inception, R2 has specialized in the design, development, and implementation of analytical monitoring systems (intelligent systems) geared at industrial process safety, predictive maintenance and optimization. We continue to use our information technology knowledge and electrochemical expertise to develop, produce and deliver practical solutions to chlor-alkali, caustic soda and chlorate producers.
thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers is a joint venture between thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions and Industrie De Nora. It was established in April 2015 by integrating the electrolysis plant businesses of the formerly separated entities thyssenkrupp Electrolysis, UHDENORA and Chlorine Engineers.