Vyazma-Brucite LLC is expanding the range of the products, starting the production of high-activity magnesium oxide under MagProЃ trademark at a recently opened third processing plant.
MagProЃ is manufactured on a new firing line received from Germany recently.
Representatives of the companies Russian Mining Chemical Company, Kuldur Mining Company and Kuldur Brucite Mine took part in the largest business event of the Far East - the IV Eastern Economic Forum, which was held on September 11-13 in Vladivostok.
Five new SCANIA CV AB tipper trucks have been tested and placed into commission at the Kuldur brucite deposit. The purchasing of machines was the continuation of a consistent upgrade strategy of the enterprise production facilities as a part of the investment program for the deposit development.
The construction of the corporate dormitory at the territory of the deposit was completed on
August 16-th. The enterprise fulfils its purpose step by step - to create comfortable living conditions
for engineering personnel from other regions involved in the deposit operation.
Russian Mining Chemical Company has prepared a new product for crosslinked polymer compositions based on brucite and vinyl silane - Ecopiren® 3.5NV
On the industrial location of Vyazma-Brusit Ltd in Vyazma, Smolensk region, a new project for the construction of an additional production unit, a brucite processing plant, has started. At the moment, work on design is being conducted. It is planned that the plant will be put into operation in the second half of 2018.
Representatives of LLC Vyazma-Brucite took part in the First Smolensk Ecological Forum.
The President announced year 2017 to be a Year of Ecology in Russia. The purpose of this decision is to draw attention to the problematic issues that exist in the environmental field and improve the state of the country's environmental security.
The company has developed a group of new Ecopiren products: EcopirenЃ 3.5 NA and EcopirenЃ 3.5 NP. These fillers are characterized by surface treatment by different silanes.