Aniline (phenylamine) is an organic compound, an elemental aromatic amine. It is used in the production of methyl diisocyanates (MDI) and to make artificial rubbers, herbicides, dyes and semi-products in the production of dyes, explosives and medicines (sulphanilamide preparations).
Aniline is industrially obtained in two stages. At the first stage, benzene is nitrated by a mix of concentrated nitric and sulphuric acids, forming nitrobenzene as a result. At the second stage, the nitrobenzene is hydrated in the presence of catalysts until aniline is obtained.
The very latest technologies offered by ZAVKOM enable aniline production both under the traditional method of benzene → nitrobenzene → aniline, and using a new technology for the direct synthesis of aniline from nitrobenzene (benzene → aniline).
We are well placed to offer the turnkey construction of aniline production plants. ZAVKOM selects the most cost-effective and advanced engineering solution as per the customer's request.
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