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2022-08-24
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The largest hydrocracking reactor in the world's oil refining and chemical industry arrived at Qinzhou Port as a whole.

the largest hydrocracking reactor in the world's oil refining and chemical industry so far. PCI said it would arrive at Zhongshan Wharf in Qinzhou port, Guangxi, China on August 8. The reactor will be rolled off the ship on the 9th and transported to PetroChina Qinzhou Petrochemical ten million ton refinery on the next day. Ningbo materials technology and Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is a researcher of the Engineering Research Institute of a manufacturer specializing in the production of experimental machines The graphene based heavy-duty anticorrosive coating developed by the marine functional materials team led by academician Xue qunji of the Chinese Academy of engineering and researcher Wang Liping has achieved mass production in a wide range and entered the construction site of a large-scale demonstration and utilization stage

the 1600t wax oil hydrocracking reactor of PetroChina Qinzhou Petrochemical Company is the key equipment with the longest manufacturing cycle of PetroChina Qinzhou ten million ton oil refining project. The manufacturing cycle is as long as 22 months. It is designed and manufactured by China First Heavy Machinery Group Corporation. With a length of 48.5 meters, an outer diameter of 5.372 meters, a wall thickness of 0.286 meters, a shell weight of 1550 tons, and a welded internals weight of 1600 tons, the reactor is currently the world's heaviest single piece oil refining equipment for overall delivery and overall transportation, and is also the world's largest hydrocracking reactor in the oil refining and chemical industry so far

according to the initial group, PetroChina Guangxi Qinzhou petrochemical refining project with an annual output of 10 million tons is located in Qinzhou Port Economic Development Zone, known as a natural harbor in the Beibu Gulf. It is China's national "Eleventh Five Year Plan" refining development project, and it is also the largest industrial project in Guangxi coastal areas so far. The project started in November 2007 and is expected to be put into operation in 2009. By the end of September this year, 7.9 billion yuan had been invested in the project, accounting for about 50% of the total investment

previously, there were no large-scale oil refining enterprises in Southwest China, and the 10 million ton oil refining project in Qinzhou, Guangxi, will fill the gap that there are no large-scale oil refining enterprises in Southwest China

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