Safe Technologies Industrial Group at the conference on import substitution in the field of military industrial complex of Russian Federation

On August 25 ‘Import substitution on the enterprises of Military industrial complex of St. Petersburg’ conference was held at the Centre of Import substitution and localization (EC Lenexpo). This event was conducted by Modern Institute of Business Innovation (SIIB) on behalf of the Committee on Industrial policy and innovations of St. Petersburg. The purpose of the conference is to evaluate manufacturing potential among Russian enterprises in the field of military industrial complex maintenance of the country.

The report was presented by the delegate from LLC InTARekS (part of Safe Technologies IG) and scientific adviser in the Radium Institute of V.G. Khlopina, candidate of engineering science — Vladimir Leontiev. The report’s subject is ‘The usage of сountercurrent packing Chevron and PR for import substitution in high-performance distillation complexes’.

Company’s representative described the conference participants successfully implemented projects for Russian military industrial complex. Among them: liquid radioactive effluent purification system to eliminate consequences of the accident at NPP Fukushima (the Customer is FUE RosRAO) and special transport-fueling container for assymetrical dimethylhydrazine (the Customer is FUE TSENKI).

It’s worth noting that Safe Technologies also offers all-in-one solution for ecological safety maintenance of the Armed Force facilities of Russian Federation, modern waste management equipment, in particular:

  • Leachate purification systems (LPS) for contaminated chemical waste purification and purification of sewage of small and military settlements;
  • Waste thermal treatment facilities KTO-1000-3000.БМ.Ц. for the industrial and sewage effluent purification of the remote sites of base petrol centres, research and technology parks etc.;
  • Waste thermal treatment facilities KTO-50.K20.P. (commercial incinerator) for MSW treatment of military settlements, hospitals, healthcare facilities;
  • Pyrolysis units TDP-1 and TDP-2 for the treatment of oil-contaminated soils, tires, industrial rubber goods (such as respirators, chemical protection suits etc.) extracting recycled materials and valued energy products.
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