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A column with a 37-storey building was delivered to the MCC site in the Amur Region

A column with a 37-storey building was delivered to the MCC site in the Amur Region
Photo: aghk.sibur.ru

In the Amur Region, the delivery of the highest column of the Amur Gas Chemical Complex was completed. To deliver the structure with a height of a 37-storey building and weighing more than one thousand tons, the span of the railway overpass had to be dismantled.

According to the press service of the Amur Mining and Chemical Combine, the delivery was complicated by the flood: the barge had to wait for the water level to drop to pass under the bridges. The delivery required the dismantling of one span of the railway overpass. And the way from the pier to the installation site, only 14 km away, took two days. It was transported by road as well - at night and in compliance with security measures.

In August, the heaviest pyrolysis column was delivered to the site of the Amur Mining and Chemical Combine. Its weight was about 1,5 thousand tons. It is only 80 meters behind the longest column. The transportation took place along the Korea Strait, the Sea of ​​Japan, the Tatar Strait, along the Amur and Zeya rivers. The path was more than five kilometers.

The Amur Gas Chemical Complex is being built by SIBUR and China's Sinopec. Commissioning is scheduled for 2024.

 

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