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KBR Awarded Hydrochloric Acid Purification Contract from Italmatch; Doug Kelly Quoted

KBR announced on Wednesday that the company has been awarded an undisclosed contract by Italmatch Deutschland GmbH for its PLINKE Hydrochloric Acid Purification technologies.

"We are proud to be selected as Italmatch's technology partner for its new plant and contribute to Italmatch's continued growth," said Doug Kelly, KBR President, Technology Solutions. 

KBR will provide technology license, basic and detailed engineering, proprietary equipment and related advisory services to Italmatch to help with the production of phosphorous acid as well as absorption and recovery of hydrochloric acid.

"KBR has designed, built, supplied and supported tailored plants and facilities for purifying and concentrating strong inorganic acids and metal salts for customers all over the world," Kelly added. 

KBR has more than 70 years of experience in PLINKE acid treatment and has built more than 550 plants for treatment and concentration of inorganic acids and acidic waste water worldwide.

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KBR is a global provider of differentiated professional services and technologies across the asset and program life cycle within the Government Services and Hydrocarbons sectors.

The company employs over 37,500 people worldwide (including our joint ventures), with customers in more than 80 countries, and operations in 40 countries, across three synergistic global businesses: Government Solutions, Technology Solutions and Energy Solutions.

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