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New acetylene plant at Ludwigshafen site

BASF started operations at a new acetylene plant with an annual capacity of 90,000 metric tons at its Ludwigshafen Verbund site. It replaces the almost 60-year-old previous plant.

Around 20 plants at the Ludwigshafen site use acetylene as a versatile chemical building block and starting material for manufacturing many everyday products, including pharmaceuticals, plastics, solvents, electronic chemicals and highly elastic textile fibers. BASF customers use these products in the automotive, pharma, construction, consumer goods and textile industries. The integration of the plant into BASF's Verbund system offers advantages such as an efficient use of resources, excellent production synergies and short supply routes. In this way, BASF is further enhancing the long-term competitiveness of the Ludwigshafen site.

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11/13/20

Daily safety tour I

Around 20 plants at the Ludwigshafen site use acetylene as a chemical building block and starting material for manufacturing many everyday products, including pharmaceuticals, plastics, solvents, electronic chemicals and highly ...
11/12/20

Daily safety tour II

Around 20 plants at the Ludwigshafen site use acetylene as a chemical building block and starting material for manufacturing many everyday products, including pharmaceuticals, plastics, solvents, electronic chemicals and highly ...
11/11/20

Daily safety tour III

Around 20 plants at the Ludwigshafen site use acetylene as a chemical building block and starting material for manufacturing many everyday products, including pharmaceuticals, plastics, solvents, electronic chemicals and highly ...
11/10/20

Safety tour at night

Around 20 plants at the Ludwigshafen site use acetylene as a chemical building block and starting material for manufacturing many everyday products, including pharmaceuticals, plastics, solvents, electronic chemicals and highly ...
11/09/20

Aerial Shots

BASF started operations on a new acetylene plant with an annual capacity of 90,000 metric tons at its Ludwigshafen Verbund site. It replaces the almost 60-year-old previous plant.
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