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Alsu Vagizova, the operator of R&D laboratory and Nikolaj Egorov, the instrumentation technician of Automation Centre (AC) both from Nizhnekamskneftekhim, have been awarded with the title “Best in the Occupation” in the 5th Republic Professional Skill Contest among young workers of the republic petrochemical enterprises.
Except Alsu Vagizova, four more female representatives of the Company took part in the contest. Awards have been presented to three of them: Leysan Fayzullina (Technical Control Management) won the second prize, Elena Nazarova (R&D) and a representative of Kazan shared the third prize, Lyudmila Utyasheva was recognized as the best in laboratory practice.
Two more AC participants, i.e. Azat Sharafiev and Nail Khajdarov have been honored with diplomas for the second & third positions respectively, the prizes being shared with the contestants from Kazanorgsintez and Ammonia plant.
In total, 12 laboratory operators and 11 instrument technicians aged under 30 (two of them being the students of the local petrochemical college) and representing such companies as Nizhnekamskneftekhim, Kazanorgsintez, TAIF-NK, Synthetic Rubber Plant of Kazan and Ammoinia plant of Elabuga took part in the contest organized by Nizhnekamsk Petrochemical & Refinary College, on April 21, 2017. The competitors have demonstrated their theoretical knowledge and professional skills passing a computer-based testing and performing practical jobs.
One millionth ton of Halobutyl Rubber was produced at Butyl Rubber Plant of PJSC “Nizhnekamskneftekhim”.
The Company proceeded to construction of the Russia’s first ever halobutyl plant in 2001, industrial production was mastered in 2004: the first Chlorobutyl Rubber bale was produced on March 13, the bromine unit was commissioned on May 15, and the first bromobutyl rubber bale was produced on May 28.
The start of the production of Halobutyl Rubbers was preceded by extensive effort - specialists of the R&D center of the Company together with the staff of the scientific research institute Yarsintez developed a technology for their production that was tested on a pilot plant of the R&D center. The first experimental batches of the products synthesized at this facility were tested by consumers. Based on the comments and suggestions received from them, the design institute Giprokauchuk and the Perm branch of the Russian scientific center "Applied Chemistry" developed the project of the main production plant upon request of Nizhnekamskneftekhim.
After testing the industrial samples of the new rubber at the tire factories in Russia and internationally, the serial production of Halobutyl Rubber began.
The initial production capacity was 30 thousand tons per year. As a result of revamping activities undertaken over the past years, annual production reached 136 thousand tons of Halobutyl Rubber by 2016. About 97% of produced Halobutyl Rubbers are exported.
Quality Control Department (QCD) No.3605 controlling hydrocarbons, hydrocarbon compounds, synthetic polyether resins production units and which is a part of Technical Quality Assurance and Control Division of Nizhnekamskneftekhim has been successfully accredited for compliance with the requirements of ISO/MEC 17025:2005 International Standard by the Laboratory Accreditation Body – Association of Analytical Centers “Analitika”, a full-fledged member and a party to Mutual ILAS Recognition Agreement (ILAS - International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation) and APLAC (Asia Pacific Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation).
As a result, an International Accreditation Certificate has been obtained which confirms a technical competency in the stated area of accreditation and functioning of the quality management system of the department.
Quality Control Department No.3605 provides prompt and reliable quality control of products of the plants in the Second Industrial Zone and environmental control of environmental compartments of Nizhnekamskneftekhim.
|Description||Meas. unit||Year 2012||Year 2013||Year 2014||Year 2015||Year 2016|
||125 247,1||132 893,0||150 597,4||
|Growth (drop) to previous year||%||
Including own products export
||59 418,6||61 702,2||72 019,7||