The new continuous pyrolysis plant, TDP-2-200 produced by Safe Technologies IG, will be put into operation in Yamal (Gazpromneft-Yamal LLC) at the end of 2018. The plant will be installed in the existing building; its purpose is the processing of drilling
IPEC joined the Safe Technologies Industrial Group five years ago. That step enabled a small company to become the industry leader in the field of exclusive technological solutions for pyrolysis processing of waste in the Russian Federation. Currently,
Specialists of ST Inc. expand the range of recycled waste bringing the manufactured equipment to a new level. Thus, equipment for the utilization of automotive scrap was shipped from one of the production sites of Safe Technologies to Europe. The customer
The plant for production of UFC-85 and low-methanol formalin at the site of the Lithuanian concern AB ACHEMA was launched
On April 13, 2018, a successful launch of the urea-formaldehyde concentrate (UFC-85) and low-methanol formalin production plant was successfully launched in Lithuania. The customer was the AB ACHEMA concern. This contract was obtained as a result of a
Sosnovy Bor Metal Works LLC, one of the production sites of the Safe Technologies Industrial Group, successfully passed an inspection audit of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) on February 19-20, 2018. On the first day, the inspectors
The third batch of components for pyrolysis plants TDP-2-2000 left the site of ST IG and soon will arrive to the customer in Estonia — Viru Keemia Grupp. One of the world’s largest producers of shale oil has chosen the best practice of utilization
Safe Technologies continues work on making components for tube furnaces P-101/1,2 and P-201. Thus, the lower and medium convection chambers of section No. 2 of the P-101/1,2 furnace were shipped from the production site of the Sosnovy Bor Metal Works
May all your plans, wishes and best expectations come true! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2018!
Safe Technologies took part in the annual conference of the Chemistry and Business journal devoted to synthetic binders. The conference touched upon the acute issues of the quality of wood boards and, consequently, the quality of raw materials for binders.
ST IG took part in the international forum ‘Arctic: Today and the Future’, held on December 4-6, 2017 at the Expoforum exhibition site, at the Pulkovo Heights. A high priority was assigned to the development of the Arctic region by the Government