We believe it includes the following basic information: n Investors' downstream equipment can be used as a raw material for PDMS to produce products such as chewing gum or silicone oil.
"They have the ability to digest by-products such as methyltrichlorosilane, silicon tetrachloride, etc., rather than DMC or D4.n investors or their partners who are usually used domestically. The only device that digests these by-products is fumed silica. Device. Investors have the ability to digest the consumer market for hydrogenated silicone oils and hexamethyldisiloxane.
The product plan includes system-wide chlorine balance information. Namely: dimethyldichlorosilane is hydrolyzed to form polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), in which chlorine is recovered as hydrogen chloride, and as a raw material for producing methyl chloride, methyl hydrogen dichlorosilane is produced in the form of hydrogen-containing silicone oil. , wherein chlorine recovers chlorine in the form of hydrogen chloride as a raw material for producing methyl chloride and methyltrichlorosilane, wherein chlorine is recovered as hydrogen chloride in the preparation of hexamethyldisiloxane
As a raw material for the production of methyl chloride, by-products such as trichlorosilane, such as carbon tetrachloride, are transported to the fumed silica plant.
Chlorine is recovered for the production of methyl chloride. According to the total material balance diagram of the device, the chlorine recovery rate of the entire base unit is 92%/95%. (See follow-up) The product program contains information on the overall balance of the metal silicon system, ie the screening of the silica fume processing unit meets the particle size requirements for MCS synthesis, and the remaining silicon powder (including fine powder) is available for TCS/STC.
The utilization rate of metal silicon calculated according to the total material balance diagram is as high as 96~98%. (See follow-up) The basis for determining product plans should be based on market research, investor capital strength, reliability of process and technology sources, downstream plant capacity, and system-wide transportation.