“COVID-19, Corona-Virus has reached Europe and hits in full power.
In order to be in line with all the necessary measures recommended by the Swiss authorities to protect employees, customers and suppliers from the coronavirus, we have taken organizational measures and precautions to reduce to a maximum any risk of contamination. Most of our employees are now working efficiently from their home office.
We are aware that this situation may cause uncertainty to our clients, partners and suppliers.
Beside the prevention of any contamination of persons, our main target is to make sure that we are fully available for our clients and their needs.
For this reason we are informing you that BIAZZI’s offices continue to remain open and operating normally, however with the strict minimum of personnel present in our offices.
You can reach us by e-mail or by phone and as travels, visits and meetings have been suspended, we can arrange videoconferencing in order to discuss your projects and needs.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or requests.
We are looking forward to get contacted by you!”
BIAZZI has built plants for explosives manufacture since 1936. To date more than 250 units have been realized. More than 50% of worldwide Nitroglycerine production uses BIAZZI Technology.
For nitration products such as DNT for TDI and others, BIAZZI built the first plant in 1946. Since then, over 50 plants have been built using BIAZZI technology, the latest currently under construction in China.
The BIAZZI High Performance Reactor System is able to achieve high mass transfer rates in heterogeneous systems, and it also allows very large amounts of heat to be removed. To date BIAZZI has built worldwide more than 70 BIAZZI HIGH PERFORMANCE REACTOR SYSTEMS, predominantly for catalytic hydrogenations.
BIAZZI has a leading position in all the above mentioned fields.
Process guarantees, safe plants in the shortest time to market.
Hydrogenation, as one of the typical Gas-Liquid reactions, is characterised by being highly exothermic and mass transfer resistant. An efficient hydrogenation system must therefore include the following features: high capability for heat removal, high rate of gas-liquid mass transfer and efficient gas-liquid-solid mixing.