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Materials

Styrolution Opens Styrenics R&D Plant

by Michael McCoy
February 16, 2015 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 93, ISSUE 7

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Styrolution built its pilot SBC plant on top of its full-scale plant for easy access to raw materials.
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Credit: Styrolution
Styrolution built its pilot SBC plant on top of its full-scale plant for easy access to raw materials.

Styrolution, the styrenic polymers pro­ducer owned by Ineos, has opened a styrene-butadiene copolymer (SBC) pilot plant at its site in Antwerp, Belgium. The company calls the plant a scaled-down but otherwise identical version of a larger SBC plant in Antwerp. It will be used to conduct R&D on behalf of customers.

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