AMCS Corporation, a New Jersey based international supplier of industrial gases process plants, has entered into an agreement to supply the Italian Group SOL with a cryogenic Nitrogen plantproducing 1300 Nm3/Hour of pure gaseous Nitrogen (GAN) and 30 Nm3/Hour of liquid Nitrogen (LIN).
The new Nitrogen plant is an ULTRA–N-50™. The ULTRA-N™ series of plants are highly efficient standard Nitrogen plants using AMCS’ latest process cycle design, offering attractively low life cycle cost. AMCS supplies the ULTRA–N™ plants over a broad product range of 150 and 7,500 Nm3/hr of GAN and custom designed ASUs above 7,500 Nm3/hr.
Ishmael Chalabi, President of AMCS, said, “We are delighted to be working with SOL, one of Europe’s most dynamic and innovative industrial gases producers. We consider Europe an important market. AMCS is in a strong position to serve our European clients who are technically sophisticated and demand high reliability, performance, and service”.
AMCS Corporation supplies plants to the energy, chemicals, environmental, electronics andsemiconductor, pharmaceuticals, glass, pulp and paper, and metals markets. Along with ASUs
producing oxygen, nitrogen, argon, neon, helium, krypton, and xenon, AMCS supplies plants for
high-purity electronic gases production, liquefied natural gas production, gas processing application and ship board process plants. As a full service engineered solution provider, AMCS has successfully executed turn-key projects in North America, Europe, South America, Middle East, and the Far East. AMCS’ project and services capabilities, product portfolio, and references are available on its web site http://www.amcscorp.com.
Founded in 1927, SOL S.p.A. is headquartered in Monza, Italy, and listed on the Milan StockExchange. It has about 2,000 employees and offices in 17 European countries. The SOL Groupspecializes in the production of industrial and medical gases and related applications. The gasesare used in industrial, civil and health care applications – in hospitals as well as at homes. SOL posted revenues of € 460 million in 2008.