Bashkuntschak and Elton lakes are an important source of salt for the chlorine industry.

ALPHA / Russian Federation: Rostechnadzor/RTN-Decree No. 554 “Safety Instruction for Chlorine Industry“, Chapter II, P. 6, does not set a definite deadline for conversion of the old mercury-based electrolysis to the new membrane technology, but the technological development as well as modernization of the whole chemical complex use it as a drive for changes. Revamp of old plants will contribute not only to the environmental protection and health safety of the workers and population but also to the general efficiency of the whole process and to energy consumption. ALPHA – the engineering service provider for certifying, consultation, expediting – is proud to be part of this transformation. ALPHA will present its approach to increasing the efficiency of realisation of international projects in Russia at the 12th International Scientific and Technological Conference “Chlorine and its Derivatives 2018” in Moscow.

ALPHA has been operating in Indonesia since 2015 and supports machine and plant manufacturers in achieving technical conformity, document processing and certification/registration of their equipment and plants. For this reason, the cooperation in the “Panel Indonesia” of the Global Project Quality Infrastructure (GPQI) – a high level project under the […]
LVE / EMC: ALPHA – one of the leading engineering provider around functional safety and OT security – announces that it has expanded its network with accredited bodies in the EU and can now integrate ALPHA’s expertise with low-voltage and electromagnetic compatibility testing in accordance with EU directives. This expanded […]
The Ambassador of the Republic of Vietnam in Germany, His Excellency Mr. Vu Quang Minh, had granted ALPHA (CEO Dr. Thomas Krause, Mr. Norbert Gies – ALPHA Sales Manager for Small and Medium Enterprises) the honor of a private audience at the Embassy in Berlin. In an intensive longer discussion, […]

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