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Calabrian Celebrates Successful Start Up of SO2 Expansion with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Kingwood, Texas December 17, 2014: Calabrian Corporation, the largest prime producer of liquid sulfur dioxide and related derivatives in North America, celebrated with a ribbon cutting on their successful start-up of their newly expanded SO2 production at the Port Neches, Texas plant.
The expansion utilizes Calabrian's proprietary SO2CLEAN technology. The technology, which burns sulfur in pure oxygen, enables production that is highly reliable, free of SOX and NOX emissions and expandable on a modular basis, and is therefore economically superior to a sulfur burner. These characteristics speed permitting, allow rapid expansion, and make SO2CLEAN ideal for in situ production. The driver behind the expansion is Calabrian's strategy of strengthening its leading position in SO2 and derivatives.
On October 27th, Calabrian's Port Neches facility exceeded one year with no recordable injuries; a safety record for the company. Calabrian's President and CEO Randy Owens presents this commemorative award to Benny Deters, Director of Manufacturing for the accomplishment.
Calabrian Celebrates a Safety Milestone
Randy Owens states, "We could not have accomplished this achievement without the dedication, hard work, and commitment of our employees on keeping a safe workplace." A celebration luncheon was held on October 30th in honor of all the employees and their contribution to keeping safety their top priority.
is the largest North American producer of on-purpose sulfur dioxide, sodium bisulfite, sodium metabisulfite, and sodium thiosulfate
is used at Calabrian's plant in Port Neches, Texas to manufacture the highest quality sulfur derivatives in the industry.
provides in-situ, on-demand pure SO2 and SO3 in a safe and reliable manner, creating new opportunities for these critical reagents.
SOx Submerged Combustion Technology
are used in industries ranging from food & beverages to water treatment and oilfield chemicals