K2 Pure Solutions and Uhdenora SpA Engineering and Technology Partnership

03/12/2007 in Company News

K2 Pure Solutions announces that it will build chlor-alkali plants to manufacture the purest quality bleach using only inert salt, water and electricity as the ingredients.  In order to bring these solutions to market as rapidly as possible K2 Pure Solutions has chosen to develop partnerships for design, engineering, construction, marketing and product distribution.

K2 Pure Solutions has entered into a unique design and engineering partnership with the recognized world leader in Chlor-Alkali technology,  Uhdenora S.p.A.

Uhdenora S.p.A. is the leading provider of bi-polar electrolysis cell technology, the state of the art in chlor-alkali generation. Uhdenora is a joint venture of Italian De Nora S.p.A. and German chemical process leader Uhde GmbH. In announcing the partnership Dr. Adrian Schervan, Managing Director of Uhdenora said, "This partnership with a forward thinking company such as K2 Pure Solutions is a key component in our business strategy to serve the North American market and beyond. Our partnership will break new ground in the evolution of bleach manufacturing while helping to solve a problem that isworld-wide, the transport of chlorine in railcars. "

About K2 Pure Solutions

K2 Pure Solutions' mission is to reduce the need to transport chlorine for water treatment by deploying and funding a North America wide network of state-of-the-art facilities utilizing inherently safe technology. K2 Pure Solutions was founded by David Cynamon and Howard Brodie, the founders of KIK Custom Products, www.kikcorp.com, North America's largest contract manufacturer of private label household bleach, personal care and household cleaning products.

About Uhdenora S.p.A.

Uhdenora is a joint company of Uhde GmbH/Germany and Industrie  De Nora S.p.A/Italy. The company's activities focus on the design and construction of chemical and other industrial plants mainly in the following fields: chlor-alkali electrolysis, hydrochloric acid electrolysis and bleaching chemicals.
www.uhdenora.com