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Only requiring SIL2 compliance for phenol and acetone production, this company opts instead for SIL3 via HIMA’s HiQuad H41q/H51q processors.
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By Christian Deville-Cavellin, Ugitech SA Every industrial process aims to optimize speed. For French stainless steel manufacturer Ugitech SA, that goal translates into running its continuous casting machines at the highest possible speed while maintaining its standard of quality.
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