COLOMBIA, MD, September 21, 2022 (Globe Newswire) — WR Grace & Company (Grace) a leading independent supplier of polyolefin catalyst technology and polypropylene (PP) technology has received a commitment from PT Killang Pertamina International (PT). KPI) to use Grace’s UNIPOL The PP technology, which is part of its larger initiative, the Trans-Pacific Petrochemical Indotama (TPPI) Olefin Complex Development Project in Indonesia. The project will empower PT KPI to enhance refinery and polyolefin capacity by bridging the gap between strong demand growth for petrochemicals and shortfall in domestic production capacity.
The 600 kta polypropylene plant will be designed to produce homopolymers, random and impact copolymers to meet the needs of the domestic and international market.
Laura Schwinn, president of Grace’s Specialty Catalysts business, said, “We thank PT KPI for trusting Grace Unipol. PP Technology To deliver the technology, innovation and services that PT KPI will use to develop and grow the polymers market in Indonesia and beyond. As a member of UNIPOL The PP technology global community, through the PPartner Program™, has access to services and knowledge for the lifetime of the plant to increase efficiency and performance.
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About Grace’s UNIPOL® PP Technology
GRACE’S ALL GAS PHASE UNIPOL PP Technology provides its licensees with innovative solutions for their Plant Lifetime Performance™ commitment, allowing them to successfully participate in today’s highly competitive global polypropylene market. unipol The PP technology community, with over 100 reactor lines licensed worldwide, manufactures the industry’s widest range of PP homopolymers, random and effect copolymers, plus terpolymers, with a choice of 300 standard grades.
unipol PP Technology is a state-of-the-art engineering solution that achieves mechanical and operational simplicity and provides low total installed costs and low operating expenses, accelerated project schedules, rapid startup, adaptable grade transitions and business results for our clients. technology, coupled with GRACE’s proprietary catalyst and donor systems and UNIPOL UNIPPAC software, allowing for maximum performance.
Product and economic performance Grace owned by UNIPOL . derived from a unique combination of PP TECHNOLOGY, CONSISTA Catalyst and Donor System, UNIPOL UNIPPAC process control software, and global technical service and support. This provides all licensees with a unique advantage that enables them to achieve optimum Plant Lifetime Performance™ and superior business results.
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