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Chlorine
Chlorine (also known as Cl2) figures among the most important chemical commodities, in terms of production capacity. It is produced on a commercial scale usually by electrolysis of aqueous sodium chloride, which also generates caustic soda and hydrogen as co-products. Chlorine is used in the manufacture of a multitude of end products, which are used as materials of construction, solvents, pesticides, etc.

Chlorine Production Cost Reports - 2019/20

Capital Investment & Operating Cost of Chlorine Plants

Chlorine (also known as Cl2) figures among the most important chemical commodities, in terms of production capacity. It is produced on a commercial scale usually by electrolysis of aqueous sodium chloride, which also generates caustic soda and hydrogen as co-products. Chlorine is used in the manufacture of a multitude of end products, which are used as materials of construction, solvents, pesticides, etc.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Chlorine production. Each study describes an industrial plant, including main process units and site infrastructure, and presents an independent analysis of capital and operating costs. All reports are based on the most recent economic data available (2019/20).

Chlorine Production from Sodium Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E11A
This report presents the economics of Chlorine production from sodium chloride via a membrane plant located in the USA. In the process under analysis, an aqueous solution of sodium chloride (brine) is decomposed electrolytically in a membrane cell, producing Chlorine, sodium hydroxide and hydrogen.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   101 pages   Starting at $899

Chlorine Production from Sodium Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E12A
As in the report “Chlorine E11A”, this study also presents the economics of Chlorine production in the USA, except that the process reviewed is a diaphragm technology.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   100 pages   Starting at $899

Chlorine Production from Sodium Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E13A
Different from reports “Chlorine E11A” and “Chlorine E12A”, this report shows the economics of Chlorine production in the USA using a mercury process.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   100 pages   Starting at $899

Chlorine Production from Hydrogen Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E21A
This report presents the economics of secondary Chlorine production from hydrogen chloride. The analysis approaches a plant in the United States using a process similar to the Kel-Chlor process, proprietary technology based on the Deacon process. In this process, anhydrous hydrogen chloride is subjected to an oxidation reaction in the presence of catalysts producing Chlorine.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   102 pages   Starting at $899

Chlorine Production from Hydrogen Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E22A
It presents the costs associated with Chlorine production in the USA. Differently from the report “Chlorine E21A”, the process reviewed in this study is similar to the ThyssenKrupp Uhde hydrogen chloride electrolysis process. In this process HCl aqueous solution is decomposed electrolytically in a diaphragm cell, producing Chlorine and hydrogen.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   100 pages   Starting at $899

Chlorine Production from Hydrogen Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E23A
As in the report “Chlorine E22A”, this report also evaluates Chlorine production from HCl in the USA. However, the process examined in this report is similar to the Dupont hydrogen chloride dry electrolysis process. In this process, anhydrous hydrogen chloride is decomposed electrolytically in gaseous phase.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   102 pages   Starting at $899

Chlorine Production from Hydrogen Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E24A
Differently from the report “Chlorine E22A”, the process depicted in this report is based on an early stage process described on patents assigned to the University of Southern California. In this process, anhydrous hydrogen chloride is subjected to a two stage catalytic oxidation, yielding gaseous Chlorine and water. The economic analysis presented is also based on a plant constructed in the USA.

Analysis Basis: USA   |   2019 Q1   |   102 pages   Starting at $899

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