Electrolytic wins contract for sodium hypochlorite plant in Algeria

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MIAMI, FL, May 15, 2008 -- Electrolytic Technologies Corporation has received a new contract from Sarl les Moulins de Rusicadia, Algeria, for the supply of a 10 TPD chlor-alkali plant for the production of 12.5% sodium hypochlorite.

Sarl les Moulins de Rusicadia, an industrial conglomerate based in Skikda Algeria, will supply its customers sodium hypochlorite in bulk tankers as well as packaged product at this new location. Kamel Hamenni, Principal Manager, said "that after an extensive evaluation of a number of different technologies and companies, Electrolytic Technologies Corporation was selected as the most comprehensive and viable option."

Electrolytic Technologies Corporation will supply the basic engineering design, all equipment as well as the technical support for the commissioning of the plant.

Electrolytic Technologies Corporation is a technology, engineering, design and manufacturing company specializing in onsite chlorine gas and 12.5% sodium hypochlorite generators.

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