A consortium of Japanese companies, consisting of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Corporation, is expanding the ammonia and carbamide chemical complex at Navoiazot JSC.
At the moment, the construction of a primary reforming furnace 01-H-201 for the production of ammonia is underway.
Wall-mounted burners produced by John Zink will be installed in the amount of 384 pieces.
On April 2-7, 2019, ENCE GmbH specialists supervised the installation of FPMR-4 / FPMR-6 burners.
Together with the specialists of the general contractor, a Japanese company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering Ltd, the work was successfully carried out.
The contract between Navoiazot JSC and the consortium was signed on a turnkey basis (design, procurement, construction and commissioning of the plant).
Under the terms of the contract, the consortium will carry out the construction of a complex for the production of 660,000 tons of ammonia and 577,500 tons of carbamide per year with the introduction of technologies of the world's leading licensors - Haldor Topsoe, Denmark (ammonia), Saipem, Italy, and Uhde Fertilizer Technology, Holland (carbamide synthesis and granulation).
The project will disable the obsolete and physically worn ammonia production of the 1st and 2nd stages put into operation in 1965-1967 at Navoiazot JSC, which will ensure stable production of ammonia and reduce energy costs in production of mineral fertilizers.
Navoiazot JSC (formerly Navoi Chemical Plant) is the largest chemical company in Uzbekistan, was commissioned in 1964. The plant specializes in the production of nitrogen fertilizers, polyacrylonitrile fiber and other products of organic synthesis.