The upgradation project will improve quality of transportation fuel and reduce harmful gas emissions.

Godrej & Boyce, the flagship company of the Godrej Group, announced that its business Godrej Process Equipment, has successfully supplied a High-Pressure Separator for the Clean Fuel Refinery Project in Thailand for their Euro V upgradation. This is in alignment with Godrej & Boyce’s commitment towards providing solutions that lead to a more sustainable future. The company has also supplied other critical equipment such as Pressure Vessels, High Pressure Breechlock Heat Exchangers and Columns for this marque project.

The High-Pressure Separator having a design pressure above 160 bar is unique owing to the thickness of the shell wall, which is over 310 mm (equivalent to 6000 stacked papers) and the highest ever made by Godrej Process Equipment. The upgradation project will improve the quality of transportation fuels and primarily focuses on reduction of particulate matter (pm) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions. When complete, the refinery’s production capability will increase by 45% boosting its output of high-quality clean fuels. Godrej Process Equipment is a Global supplier of Critical Static Equipment for the petrochemical and refinery industry. Currently, it draws 20% revenue from Asia Pacific region and aims to continue its support for sustainable projects.

Commenting on this milestone, Hussain Shariyarr, Senior Vice President & Business Head, Godrej Process Equipment, said: “Godrej Process Equipment has been one of the global leaders in the fabrication of high-end essential static equipment for the Process Industry for decades. It is a privilege to be able to contribute to the prestigious Clean Fuels Project in Thailand by manufacturing this High-Pressure Separator along with other critical equipment. Meticulous planning during design & sourcing coupled with the use of advanced technologies & automation during the manufacturing process has helped in meeting the stringent quality and dimensional requirements of this project. It is also a milestone for Godrej Process Equipment, as this is the first time that we have manufactured an equipment of this thickness. We plan on increasing our capabilities by winning new orders with higher complexities in the near future. We also look forward to contributing in similar clean fuel projects.”

Godrej Process Equipment has manufactured and supplied bespoke equipment to 34 countries worldwide including some notable critical projects in various countries like Singapore, Nigeria, USA, etc.

Godrej Process Equipment was selected for its world-class engineering capabilities, high-precision manufacturing capabilities, and significant experience with unconventional metallurgies and its self-owned jetty facility for handling the shipment of this equipment. The equipment has been manufactured in Dahej, Gujarat, at their new state-of-the-art facility.

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