NORAM SX™ PIPING

NORAM SX™ standard pipes and fittings are available from stock, or are custom-made. The standard range of pipe and fittings covers sizes from 1” (DN25) to 24” (DN600), with larger sizes available on request. Piping systems can be supplied as well.
Special parts such as Strainers, Vortex breakers, Thimbles, Thermo-wells and Dip Pipes are also available.

The excellent corrosion properties of NORAM SX™ piping offers significant advantages over conventional sulfuric acid piping systems in terms of reliability, safety, low weight, and maintenance. This results in an overall cost-effective solution for the acid plant.

Technical manager

Marzieh Tahipour

Marzieh Tahipour

Mechanical Engineer

NORAM INTERNATIONAL AB
Gruvgatan 35, SE-421 30 Västra Frölunda, Sweden
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Sales

Hanne Frilund Nilsson

Hanne Frilund Nilsson

Inventory and Sales Manager, SX

NORAM INTERNATIONAL AB
Gruvgatan 35, SE-421 30 Västra Frölunda, Sweden
M: +46 (0) 702 02 71 93
D: +46 (0) 31 757 40 12
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Reliable corrosion protection

Low construction weight

Cost-effective acid plant solution

Our business areas

Sulphuric Acid

NORAM provides innovative process technology, engineering and equipment to metallurgical, sulphur-burning and acid regeneration acid plants. NORAM’s equipment and systems, reduce environmental emissions, increase energy efficiency , increase capacity and improve plant reliability of plants of all scales around the world.

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Sulphur Dioxide

With more than 180 plants installed all over the world – the Cellchem sulphur burning plants are one of the most used technologies for production of sulphur dioxide (SO2). Available standard capacities range from 0.5 to 100 metric tons of sulphur burned per day and the design can be tailored to produce several downstream SO2 products.

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Pulp & Paper

NORAM offers a broad range of specialty technologies to the forest products industry. Our P&P Division has two key focus areas: the downstream beneficiation of forest products to extract increased value, and in System Closure methodologies, targeting chemical recovery and zero-effluent strategies.

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