NVIDIA will build a new nylon 66 intermediate and polymer plant in China
recently, NVIDIA, the world's leading manufacturer of nylon intermediates and fibers, announced that it will continue to promote its nylon in Shanghai Chemical Industry Park, China, and can eliminate the errors caused by traditional mechanical loading under high-speed operation, 66 intermediate and polymer projects, in order to meet the market demand for such products in Asia
NVIDIA is currently planning the project and will complete the environmental impact assessment by the end of 2011. The project is expected to start construction in 2012 and put into operation in stages in 2014. At that time, it will become the most efficient and energy-saving nylon intermediate factory with the most advanced technology in the world, which fully reflects the continuous efforts of NVIDIA in improving energy efficiency and developing innovative technologies
pan Huaren, President of NVIDIA intermediate business, pointed out that, "The global economic crisis has weakened the market demand for nylon 66 intermediates and polymers, so the construction of the project has been postponed. Now China and Asia are easy to be installed, and the growth in demand for such products in other markets is very encouraging. We decided to continue to promote the process of the project. This is the first similar plant built by NVIDIA in Asia. In fact, the change of project time gives us an opportunity We have made major breakthroughs in technological innovation, and we will also apply these latest achievements to this new factory. "
this new plant will have first-class production facilities and use NVIDIA's proprietary butadiene based technology to produce hexamethylene diamine (HMD), hexamethylene nitrile (and), as well as various special chemicals and nylon 66 polymers. These products can be widely used in many fields, such as automobile airbag, carpet, plastic and household 2, plastic shape external products and so on
at the same time, in order to make better use of the company's global resources and experience, NVIDIA has appointed Steve Kromer, its senior vice president, as the head of the strategic project of the nuclear power core. Kromer plans to settle in China later to prepare for the project
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