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Association “RusChlor” was duly registered on September 26, 2005. Among its founders are all the leading chlorine producing companies of the Russian Federation, namely Volgograd Public Joint-Stock Company “Kaustik”, Sayansk Public Joint-Stock Company “Sayanskkhimplast”, Sterlitamak Public Joint-Stock Company “Kaustik”, Kemerovo Limited Liability Company “Khimprom”, Usol’e Sibirskoe Limited Liability Company “Usol’ekhimprom”, Novomoskovsk Public Joint-Stock Company “Azot”. Moscow Closed Joint-Stock Company “Russian Chlorine Safety Centre” is also a founder of RusChlor.

Among our members are representatives of a wide variety of industries including the chemical and pulp-and-paper ones, non-ferrous metallurgy, housing and communal services where tons of chlorine are daily circulating. Chlorine is a highly toxic chemical agent, which makes safety one of the vital necessities for each of our full and associate members.

We in RusChlor see its mission as being a communicative environment for the producers of chlorine, the Government, the society, and general public of the Russian Federation so that we could help in defending the vital interests of the chlorine industry, creating sound corporative technical rules and governmental regulations, putting the modern technologies and equipment into practice.

At the same time RusChlor will never engage to even a smallest extent into any commercial activity. RusChlor will not ever meddle in any matters connected to the business of its members either.

There are a lot of organizations abroad who are analogous to RusChlor in subject and mission. For instance, in 1924 the American producers, users, and consumers of chlorine united in an association. Now the Chlorine Institute amounts to more than 240 companies. Association of European chlor-alkali producers “Euro Chlor” that has been functioning since 1954 now unites as many as 80 companies operating all over the world in the markets related to chlorine. There are also similar NGOs successfully functioning on other continents, in Japan, Mexico, India, etc. Irrespective of whether they are geographically far from each other or not, they are the same in their mission which is to serve the national chlor-alkali industry in solving the problems of modernization of the technology, safety and accident prevention, preservation of the environment, wild-life conservation, and health protection. RusChlor is trying hard to become a match for them.      

11th International Conference “Chlorine and its Derivatives 2017" (11.04.17)
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Association “RusChlor” organized and held its eleventh in a row annual International Scientific and Technological Conference “Chlorine and its Derivatives 2017” hereinafter referred to as the “Conference” on the premises of five-star Moscow hotel Baltschug Kempinski at the hotel’s conference hall on March 28 through 29, 2017. In close cooperation with Moscow JSC “National Chlorine Safety Centre”, Association "RusChlor" organized, convened, and held the Conference quite in line with a deep-rooted tradition established by RusChlor for such events and with the joint assistance of Ministry of Industry and Trade, Federal Service for Ecological, Technological, and Atomic Supervision of the Russian Federation, and Russian Chemists Union.

In addition to the representatives of those eleven Russian chlor-alkali plants that jointly make up all the full members in Association “RusChlor” there participated in the Conference more than a hundred of people representing sixty two legal entities from various regions of the world including Germany, Italy, France, Belgium, Spain, the United States, Canada, Japan, China, India, and Turkey. In so doing there were also represented in the Conference the engineering companies as well as the vendors of equipment, construction materials, spare parts, and deliverables.

The Conference’s programme was hinged on the following basic subjects for debate:

1.  Production of chlorine and its derivatives in Russia and abroad.

2.  Technologies, Equipment, and Instruments for the chlor-alkali industry.

3.  The raw and new construction materials for the chlor-alkali industry.

4.  Modern implementation practice for the western technologies and Russian chlor-alkali industry.

5.  The problems that are encountered in transportation of chlorine.

President of Russian Chemists Union Mr. Viktor Ivanov opened the Conference and said a few words of welcome to the participants in it.

In his turn, Executive Director of Association “RusChlor” Mr. Boris Yagud presented to the participants in the conference a report on the major lines along which the RusChlor’s all activity has been unfolding from the early 2016 through the early 2017. In the reporting period Association “RusChlor” had prepared in cooperation with both Federal Service for Ecological, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision of the Russian Federation (ROSTEKHNADZOR) and the RusChlor’s membership’s chlor-alkali production facilities a draft text of the changes that should be introduced into the regulatory framework under which the production, warehousing, transportation, and application of both chlorine and its derivatives must be being performed.

Another important line of the RusChlor’s activities had been made up in that period by certification/ homologation of electrolyzers, compressors, valves, fittings & fixtures, pipes, pumps, instruments, and capacitive equipment.

There were also aggressively conducted by RusChlor last year the negotiations with Ministry of Industry and Trade, Federal Service for Ecological, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision, Ministry of Transportation of the Russian Federation, and Public Joint-Stock Company "Russian Railways" on the possible extension of the operational lifetime for the still functioning railway tank-cars for at the very least the time that it takes to first design and then manufacture the new such tank-cars by the machine building facilities so that there should be given more time for arranging the manufacturing of the new tank-cars.

One more line of the RusChlor’s activity had been made up in the reporting period by cooperation with BAT Bureau, Ministry of the Natural Resources, Ministry of Industry and Trade, and Federal Service for Ecological, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision of the Russian Federation aimed to prepare the chlor-alkali industry thoroughly for as smooth as possible a switch to functioning under the framework of the BAT paradigm, which in particular involved development of the informational-and-technical BAT reference handbooks, issuance of the integrated environmental permits, and participation in the management decision simulation that had taken place in Volgograd on the premises of PJSC “Kaustik”.

In cooperation with Russian Chemists Union and Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Association "Ruschlor" participated in the negotiations on the tax incentive and custom payment optimization measures to be allegedly taken to the domestic chlor-alkali production facilities. The negotiations were organized on the premises of Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation under the Ministry's aegis out of the general aim to improve the business climate in the country.

There had been revitalized in the reporting period the RusChlor’s long-standing relations with such international and national non-commercial organizations of the chlor-alkali industry as World Chlorine Council (WCC), American Chemistry Council (ACC), US Chlorine Institute, and Euro Chlor, which included improvement of processes of the data sharing and exchange with the normative documents.

In delivering his speech, head of BAT Bureau Mr. Dmitrij Skobelev drew the audience’s attention to the important circumstance that all the chlor-alkali production facilities would be required by the government to actively participate in development of the informational-and-technical reference handbooks on BAT so that based on the reference handbook’s data the facilities that fell under the first category of hazard would have to apply to the authorities for the integrated environmental permits. He also said that the new norm would come into the legal force on January 01, 2019. Mr. Skobelev also warned the audience about another important circumstance that all the technological limits that had been initially used as a basis for the reference handbooks would most probably toughen with the passage of time.

In making his presentation at the Conference Chairman of the Board of Directors of Moscow LLC “NIKOCHEM” Mr. Michael Baranov briefly outlined the actual state of the Russian chlor-alkali production facilities. Mr. Baranov also told the attendees about the impact that the general situation of the Russian economy had upon the development of the said facilities. In so doing, Mr. Baranov drew the audience’s attention to such acute problems faced by the Russian chlor-alkali industry as the absence of any sound National Industrial Policy, a steady rise in the tariffs on the services of the so called “Natural Monopolies”, too low the interest that prospective investors were taking in the chlor-alkali industry in general, unavailability of cheap credits for the large-scale modernization projects, too high a level of the wear and deterioration registered for the production equipment, inefficiency of the state regulation, introduction into the legal practice of unacceptable environmental standards without any preliminary discussion involving either the industry or scientific community or both.

General Director's Council Mr. Yurij Treger of Moscow LLC “RDE ‘Sintez” gave in his presentation to the audience a wide picture of both the actual state and future development trend of the chlorine processing industries in the Russian Federation. In so doing he underlined that the production output had dramatically collapsed in all the chlorine derivatives but PVC while the said output’s rise even in PVC in particular had been stubbornly hampered by a lack of ethylene though.

It was the opportunity given by the Conference that is being considered which was taken by General Director of the Chlorine Chemistry Department of American Chemistry Council Ms. Judith Nordgren to participate in such RusChlor-held events for the first time. In her presentation Ms. Nordgren told the audience about the actual state of the chlor-alkali industry of the Northern America and Mexico. In so doing Ms. Nordgren underlined the piece of new US environmental legislation that directly concerned the said industry. In particular she briefed the attendees in the Conference on the limits that had been imposed by that legislation on the use of the chrysotile asbestos in the diaphragm electrolysis production process, the ban that had been imposed on the export of mercury, the due disposal and management aplicable to the mercury containing wastes, the conversion of one of the two still functioning American mercury-cell chlor-alkali plants into the membrane electrolysis technique.

The problems faced by the American producers and users of chlorine in its transportation over rail were given an extra attention in Ms. Nordgren’s presentation. In particular she told the audience about reduction in the number of the railway companies operating in the market, lack of alternative ways to switch from one carrier to another in performing the transportation, and other problems that had made the transportation tariffs rise more than twice for just a few recent years.

Ms. Nordgren also told the audience about the official programme under which the new chlor-alkali industry employees were required to be trained. It is also worth noticing in connection to both the Ms. Nordgren’s presentation and the discussion that has followed it that all the matters that are linked to cooperation of the chlor-alkali facilities, emergency teams, and communities of people living on the territories adjacent to the alleged site of accident are assigned rather high a priority in the US.

There have been being scaled up the cooperation of the Russian chlor-alkali production facilities with the Chinese partners in recent times in the Russian Federation. In so doing, the Chinese companies help a lot in modernizing the Russian already functioning clor-alkali plants including the projects that involve the plants’ conversion into the membrane electrolysis technique ones. To proove the said thesis it is sufficient to mention in this connection the fact that there has been recently put into operation in close cooperation with Chinese engineering company “Bluestar (Beijing) Chemical Machinery Co.LTD” a brand-new chlor-alkali production line of the membrane electrolysis on the premises of LLC “Novomoskovskij Khlor” in Novomoskovsk in Tula Region, the Russian Federation.

In addition to the Chinese companies such western engineering companies as “thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers (Italia)  S.r. l.”and “Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz GmbH” also presented to the participants in the Conference the companies' own sophisticated solutions applicable to the tasks tackled by the Russian industry in the field of both the chlor-alkali technologies and equipment.

In their turn companies “MERSEN France PAGNY S.A.S.”, “Chemours Italy srl”, “Festo”, “descote S.a.S.”, Moscow LLC “Infinite Group”, Kazan JSC “NIIturbokompressor”, “De Deitrich Process Systems/QVF”, Vidnoe JSC "DALGAKIRAN-M”, and “Thaletec GmbH” in cooperation with “Swiss Glascoat”presented to the auditorie correspondingly heat recovery system “Sintaclor”, Nafion™ Ione-Exchange Materials, systems for automation of the continuous chlor-alkali production processes, bellows sealed control valves for use on liquid & gas chlorine, liquid-ring compressor installations, domestically produced integrally geared turbocompressors, installations for recovery of the recycle acids, industrial refrigerating systems “Angara”, and enamel-lined equipment.

Moscow LLC “Aliaxis ‘Utilities & Industry”, Kurgan LLC “Metall-Plast-Montazh”, and Pervouralsk LLC “UNIKOM” presented to the listeners the state-of-the-art polymeric equipment.

Moscow LLC “NTA-Prom” and LLC “Research and Production Company ‘INKRAM” presented the state-of-the-art control instruments including thermal mass flowmeters of the FCI series and meters capable of measuring the hydrogen content of chlorine.

It is also worth noticing the presentation made by a representative of Moscow LLC “Sol’ Rusi” because it was briefing the audience on the works on development of the famous Belbash salt deposit. 

All the presentations made under the block of themes entitled “Implementation of the joint projects in the chlor-alkali industry” as, for example the one jointly made by the representatives of Moscow JSC “National Chlorine Safety Centre” and Irkutsk LLC “Hyprochlor”, were devoted to analyzing both the experience gathered and problems encountered in implementing the joint projects involving cooperation of the Russian and foreign engineering companies.

In so doing, the Scientific Risk Research Centre at Moscow LLC “RIZIKON” presented to the listeners at the Conference a report on the results of their performance analysis of the use of the water curtains in containing the chlorine waves. It is also worth noticing here that the report both had initially sirred up a great interest among the listeners and triggered off rather a hot-tempered discussion afterwards.

Moscow Association "RusChlor", Chinese “NANTONG CIMC Tank Equipment Co., Ltd”, and Moscow LLC “NPO ‘Transportation Cybernatics” raised in their presentations the issue of problems encountered in transportation of chlorine.

It is worth noticing in this connection the following acute problems spotted out in those presentations:

1.  It will become obligatory since January 01, 2018 to equip all the stationary sources of pollution situated at the facilities falling under the first category of hazard with such measuring equipment that is capable of measuring the contaminating material’s contents, volumes, and quantities so that the data should be regularly transferred to a specialized government-run database.

2.  It is necessary to modernize within rather a short period of time all the railroad tanker cars to be used in the bulk transportation of chlorine, which in particular includes equipping them with the automated tracking systems.

3.  There must be developed before the end of the year 2017 all the official BAT informational-and-technical reference handbooks including handbook No. 34 entitled “Production of other basic inorganic chemicals” in the Russian Federation.

4.  Lack of ethylene makes up a major obstacle to growth in the PVC output in the Russian Federation.

5.  There are not available such techniques in the Russian Federation that can be applicable to the efficient works on diagnostics and life extension on the equipment, tanks, reservoirs, and pipes manufactured out of the plastic materials for use in the chlor-alkali industry.

6.  It is not always easy to perform adequately the works on checking the foreign-made inspection & control equipment and instruments.

7.  It is becoming urgently necessary to develop a brand-new meter of the hydrogen content of chlorine because the working life is expiring for all the previously made and still functioning such devices while there are not available any spare parts for them in the Russian Federation.

The Conference’s photoreport is available in the supplement.

View of the hall

A musical greeting to the participants of the Conference (String Quartet "GLORIA")

Viktor Ivanov. Russian Chemists Union

Boris Yagud. Association “RusChlor”

Dmitrij Skobelev. BAT Bureau

Michael Baranov. LLC “NIKOCHEM”

Yurij Treger. LLC “Research-and-Development Centre ‘SINTEZ”

Judith Nordgren. American Chemistry Council

Albert Zimmermann. «thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers (Italia) S.r.l.»

Zhou Jianguo. «Bluestar (Beijing) Chemical Machinery Co. LTD»

Julia Krause. «Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz GmbH»

Jean-Pierre Lemoine. «MERSEN France PAGNY S.A.S.»

Stefano Nitini. «Chemours Italy srl»

Sergeij Grabovskij. «De Deitrich Process Systems/QVF»

Tàmas Csuri. «Festo»

Andrew Kupriyanov. «Nantong CIMC Tank Equipment Co., Ltd»

Michael Skvortsov. PJSC “Sol’ Rusi”

Stanislav Cherkasov. PJSC “Sol’ Rusi”

Galina Golombek. «Thaletec GmbH», «Swiss Glascoat»

Andrew Zaijtsev. LLC “Hyprokhlor”

Edward Granovskij. Risk Research Centre at LLC “RIZIKON”

Nicholas Sokolov. JSC “NIIturbokompressor”

Alexander Elfimov. LLC “Infinite Group”

Gaëtan Di Pietra. «descote S.a.S.»

Anton Babichev. LLC “Aliaxis ‘Utilities & Industry”

Eugen Beloborodov. LLC “MetallPlastMontazh”

Dennis Garbuz. LLC “UNIKOM”

Nikita Fridman. LLC “NTA-Prom”

Alekseij Mikhaijlov. LLC “Research and Production Company 'INKRAM”

Sergeij Gurin. LLC "NPO ‘Transportation Cybernetics”

Anton Vorobyov. JSC “DALGAKIRAN-M”

Boris Yagud. Association “RusChlor”

Last Updated ( Ñðåäà, 24 Ìàÿ 2017 )
X International Conference "Chlorine and its derivatives 2016: Best Available Techniques" (17.05.16)
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Association “RusChlor” in cooperation with JSC “National Chlorine Safety Centre” and with the assistance of Ministry of Industry and Trade, Federal Service for Ecological, Technological, and Atomic Supervision of the Russian Federation, and Russian Chemists Union held on the premises of Moscow hotel Baltschug Kempinski on April 05 through 06, 2016 the Tenth Anniversary International Technology Conference “Chlorine and its derivatives 2016: Best Available Techniques”.

There have participated more than 140 people in the conference. They represented 78 legal entities of various kinds including the state-owned and private companies, governmental agencies, industry groups, trade associations, production units, engineering companies, and scientific organizations from the Russian Federation, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan, China, Germany, Italy, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Ireland, India, and Estonia.

The programme of the conference has been divided into the following three blocks of themes:

·  industrial production of chlorine and its derivatives;

·  the problems that are being encountered in transportation of chlorine;

·  the raw commodities, equipment, and instruments designed to be used in the chlor-alkali industry.

As it has become quite customary for such RusChlor-held events, at the opening of the conference the audience was first cheered up by the musical greeting performed by Moscow virtuoso string quartet “Studio for New Music”. Then the conference began with the words of welcome delivered by President of Russian Chemists Union.

There were made out a few review reports on the first day of the conference by the representatives of Ministry of Industry and Trade, Federal Service for Ecological, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision of the Russian Federation, and Association "RusChlor". The reports were centered on the problems currently faced by the chlor-alkali industry, the state policy involving a change for governing the industry on the Best Available Techniques (BAT) principles, the normative legal regulation in the field of industrial safety, the current achievements and setbacks of the industry.

In conclusion of the first day of the conference the representatives of RusChlor made two presentations featuring the issue of BAT for the chlor-alkali industry and delivering the RusChlor’s performance report in the international activities for the year 2015.

There were mostly tackled the problems of bulk transportation of the liquid chlorine over rail and the ones linked to the modern equipment for the chlor-alkali industry on the second day of the conference. In so doing a representative of Department of the State Policy in regard to the Railway Transportation at Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation lectured the audience on the state policy installed and enforced in normative legal regulation of transportation of the dangerous goods.  

The modern-day technical requirements that should be met by the design of both the railway tank-car and tank container meant to be used in bulk transportation of chlorine over rail were meticulously analyzed in the presentation delivered by the Executive Director of RusChlor.

  Under the roundup discussion in the end of the second day of the conference there was considered a task of designing such an innovative next-generation chlorine railway tank-car that should be a solution to all the problems felt in the bulk transportation of chlorine over rail. The discussion quickly evolved into a rather hot argument between the representatives of the producers of chlorine, designers of the equipment relevant to the case being considered, on the one hand, and the representatives of the government, on the other hand.


The first day:

The conference hall

String quartet "THE NEW MUSIC s STUDIO

The Presidium

Mr.V.Chechevatov, Adviser, Chemical-Technological and Bioengineering Departament of Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

The companies exhibition stands

The coffee break



Mr.M.Flid, LLC "Research-and-Development Centre SINTEZ"

Mr.B.Yagud, Association "Ruschlor"

Mr.R.Bertin, "Industrie De Nora S.p.A."

Mr.A.Zimmermann, thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers (Italia) S.r.l., Italy

Mr.S.Nitini, Chemours Italy srl, Italy

Mr.Z.Jianguo, BlueStar (Beijing) Chemical Machinery Co., Ltd., China

Mr.A.Mukhamedkulov, LLP "KHIM-plus", Republic of Kazakhstan

descote S.a.S.

Ms.M.Caputo, SPIG S.p.A, Italy

Mr.R.Gatzke, SPIG Kuhlturmtechnologien GmbH, Germany

Mr.L.Fesenko, LLC "Scientific and Productive Enterprise EKOFES"

Mr.V.Bakhir, JSC Vitold Bakhir Electrochemical Systems and Technologies Institute"

Mr.S.Baranov, LLC "Scietific-Production Association "Eco-Technology", St.Peterburg

Mr.A.Babichev, LLC "Aliaxis Utilities&Industry"

Mr.B.Yagud, Association "RusChlor "

Mr.P.Mironov, Association "RusChlor"

Second day

Mr.B.Yagud, Association "RusChlor"

The conference hall

The companies' exhibition stands

SZAO "Osipovichi Vagon-building Plant"

Mr.A.Kupriyanov, Nantong CIMC Tank Equipment Co., Ltd

Mr.E.Bogdanov, LLC "Spetstransgarant"

Mr.I.Sergeenko, PJSC "Research and Production Corporation 'United Wagon Company"

Mr.Gaetan Di Pietra, descote S.a.S.

Mr.S.Gurin, LLC "Scientific-Production Association 'Transporation Cybernatics"

Mr.M.Oprya, LLC "Scientific and Production Company 'Politekhnika"

Mr.A.Mitioglo, PJSC "Solt of Russia"

Mr.D.Donskikh, LLC "Mercom"


Mr.V.Anufriev, LLC "LORTEX ECO"

Mr.S.Kumar, Nuberg Engineering Ltd

Mr.A.Mikhaijlov, LLC "Research and Production Company 'INKRAM"

Mr.Y.Bereza, LLC "Polimerstroy-AS"

Ms.N.Plaksij, LLC "Ilma Engineering"

Ms.G.Golombek, Thaletec GmbH

Mr.A.Seijnov, LLC "Scientific-Production Association 'GAKS-Armservice"


Bluestar Beijing Chemical Machinery Co., Ltd

Volgograd OJSC "Kaustik"

Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz GmbH

Last Updated ( Ñðåäà, 18 Ìàÿ 2016 )
Our members have grown (04.02.16)
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Dear colleagues,

Please, get acquainted with two new members in Association "RusChlor".

They are:



NUBERG is a global EPC and turnkey project management company providing solutions with basic engineering and process know-how either from its own intellectual property or licensed from technology suppliers. Nuberg has delivered over 60 turnkey projects across 32+ countries in past two decade. With in-house engineering set up of over 300000 available man-hours, construction team with global experience, and state-of-the-art fabrication facility with ASME U stamp certification, Nuberg is the EPC Company that deals in Chlor Alkali, Hydrogen Peroxide, Sulfuric Acid and Calcium Chloride. Nuberg serves worldwide across Chemicals & Fertilizers, Hydrocarbons, Steel and Nuclear & Defense industries. 

PJSC “SOL RUSI” being a holder of the license to develop the Belobazh rocksalt deposit in Nizhny Novgorod Region has begun constructing a saltern for production of the purified solid salt.

The aforesaid Belobazh rocksalt deposit is acknowledged to be among the richest ones in the Russian Federation. The deposit’s geologic resource amounts to 785 million tons. The aforesaid saltern’s proposed production capacity amounts to 600 thousand tons a year. The capacity can be extended in the future to reach the level of 1 million tons a year though.  The saltern’s first stage’s production capacity is expected to amount to 150 thousand tons a year.

The raw salt fully meets all the composition requirements established for the rocksalt used in the industrial chlor-alkali production process. There are also being mulled the prospects for production of salt Extra as a marketable end-product and the pelleted salt for the water treatment industry there.

Last Updated ( Âòîðíèê, 18 Èþëÿ 2017 )
Our members have grown (28.10.15)
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Dear colleagues,

Please, get acquanted with a new member in Association "RusChlor" called Limited Liability Company "RusVinyl".

RusVinyl   LLC   polyvinylchloride production complex is intended for production of suspension and emulsion polyvinylchloride  (PVC-S and PVC-E) and caustic soda (sodium hydroxide). The production capacity is:

- suspension polyvinylchloride -

300 000 t/year

- emulsion polyvinylchloride -30 000 t/year

- caustic soda (50% water solution of sodium hydroxide) - 470 000 t/year The basic initial raw materials for production of PVC-S, PVC-E and caustic soda are:

- ethylene supplied from Sibur-Kstovo LLC comprised into Sibur-Neftekhim OJSC

- sodium salt from the deposits of Astrakhan and Solikamsk regions.

- Oxygen  produced  at  the  air separation installation of Air Liquid Kstovo LLC

The Complex includes the following productions:

- production of chlorine by the membrane electrolysis method (UEM);

- vinylchloride monomer (VCM);

- suspension polyvinylchloride (PVC-S);

- emulsion polyvinylchloride (PVC-E); 

The Complex includes as well the water supply and water disposal facilities, production- auxilary facilities, railway facilities, off-plot repair facilities, warehouse area.

In compliance with Federal law No 116-FZ, the company represents a hazardous production facility of the 1st class of hazard which deals with explosive and fire hazardous and toxic substances disposal. 


Excerpted from the web-site of LLC "RusVinil"

Last Updated ( Ïÿòíèöà, 30 Îêòÿáðÿ 2015 )
Our members have grown (23.10.15)
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Dear colleagues,  

Please, get acquainted with a new member in Association "RusChlor” called Limited Liability Company “Scientific-production Association 'Transport Cybernetics" (LLC "SPA 'TC").

Limited Liability Company “"Scientific-production Association 'Transport Cybernetics" hereinafter referred to by either its abbreviated name as LLC “SPA ‘TC” or as the “Company”, was duly incorporated under the legislation of the Russian Federation on April 03, 2015.

  The Company has been conducting its business along the following lines of activity ever since:

· test examination of automatic monitoring system “CyberChlor” designed to control the processes of the railway transportation of chlorine so that it should become possible in the future to give up providing the bulk transportation of the liquid chlorine over the railway with any escort of people;

· development, manufacture, implementation, and supply of such an automated tracking system called “CyberTrack” based on the use of GLONASS, GPS, GSM, or ZigBee that should be capable of providing both the continuous monitoring of the cargo railway cars carrying the dangerous products (hydrochloric acid etc.) and the legally valid registering of both the event and place of such in-service troubles that the railway tank-cars got into when they were in use, that have resulted in damage caused to either the inner rubber layer of the tank-cars or the moulded pieces of those tank-cars’ tracks.

·  pre-production and certification of the automated electronic monitoring systems, namely optical-electronic lock-and-seal devices “CyberCAT”, designed to exert control over the condition of the infrastructure facilities, means of transport, and the goods being transported so that there should be essentially cut the expenses linked to:

          · physical participation of people in works on handling, inspecting, and escorting the cargo;

          · keeping the records, management, and utilization of the locking-and-sealing devices;

          · localization of the scenes of thievery or substitution in regard to the goods;

·  development of system "CyberVan" aimed at bringing under control  the integrity of the rail freight cars in regard to the assembly units of the cars’ chassis so that there should be put a barrier to the stealing of the good moulded parts from the rail cars everywhere in the railway network operating under the standard of 1520 mm.;

·  development of system “CyberCar” aimed at bringing under control both the integrity and coherence of the optical-electronic lock-and-seal devices mounted onto lorries and cargo trains, which is supposed to secure the fulfillment of the requirements set by the big reinsurance companies in regard to both the unbreakability of the freight sealing systems and localization of the theft scenes so that there should be considerably reduced both the transportation insurance tariffs and physical participation of the crews of people in both inspection and escorting of the goods.  

Excerpted from the web-site of LLC “SPA ‘TC”

Last Updated ( Ïÿòíèöà, 30 Îêòÿáðÿ 2015 )
Changes to the composition of membership in Association “RusChlor” (22.09.15)
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Company “ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions” is being reorganized, in which connection there has been taken a decision that the aforesaid company shall be solely represented for by company “ThyssenKrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers Italia S.r.l.” at Association “RusChlor” with the rights of an associate member.

In accordance to the abovesaid there have been introduced changes into the list of members in Association “RusChlor”.

Welcome to 2015 message from the WCC Secretariat (13.01.15)
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