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China Restricts Inorganic Fluoride Development by Rising Entry Criteria

China Restricts Inorganic Fluoride Development by Rising Entry Criteria

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China restricts inorganic fluoride development by rising entry criteria, according to CCM’s January Issue of China Fluoride Materials Monthly Report.
China restricts inorganic fluoride development by rising entry criteria, according to CCM’s January Issue of China Fluoride Materials Monthly Report.

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China Restricts Inorganic Fluoride Development by Rising Entry CriteriaSummary: China restricts inorganic fluoride development by rising entry criteria,according to CCM’s January Issue of China Fluoride Materials Monthly Report.Tags:
inorganic fluoride, entry criteria, Hydrogen Fluoride, HF, AlF3, production capacity, HFmanufacturer China's government raised the entry criteria to guide the development of inorganic fluorideindustry, according to CCM’s January Issue of 
.On February 14th, 2011, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the P.R.C. (MIIT)promulgated the Entry Criteria for Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) Industry (the Entry Criteria) which aimsto restrict the blind expansion of HF.The Entry Criteria sets up regulations in industry distribution, scale, technology& equipment,energy saving and comprehensive utilization of resources, environmental protection, productquality, etc.According to the Entry Criteria, in principle, it is not allowed to set up new plant or expand theexisting scale, except the development and production of specialty high grade products for highpurity and ultra-clean electronics industry and the raw material for the utilization of enterprisesthemselves. Regarding to the new plants, the production capacity shall not be less than 50,000t/aand the single set device capacity shall not be less than 20,000t/a.Besides, the new plants must have matching devices for waste treatment.Regarding to energy saving and comprehensive utilization of resources, it requests that inproducing one tonne of HF, fluorite (CaF2>97%) shall be no more than 2.25 tonnes; integratedwater consumption shall not exceed one tonne; the average annual overall energy consumptionof coal shall not be more than 450 kg. Meanwhile, HF production enterprises shall developcircular economy, improving the comprehensive utilization of energy, echelon fluorite and fluorinegypsum slag. The content of calcium sulfate in gypsum slag containing fluoride shall not be lessthan 90%, with the calcium fluoride content of no more than 2%, and the sulfuric acid contentshall not exceed 0.5%, with the comprehensive utilization rate of over 90% (including commissionprocessing and utilization of long-term contracts). The existing manufacturers which can not meetthese requirements must be shut down.
 
Moreover, the Entry Criteria also regulates that fluorite enterprises can not sell fluorite to the HFproducers which can not meet the Entry Criteria. Meanwhile, the HF producers can not purchasefluorite from the fluorite enterprises which can not meet the Entry Criteria for Fluorite which cameinto effective in Mar. 2010.Apart from the Entry Criteria, the Guided Catalogue for Industrial Structure Adjustment (2011)(Guidance Catalog), which was promulgated by the National Development and ReformCommission (NDRC) in March 2011, also restricts the development of inorganic fluoridechemicals, including HF and AlF3.According to the Guidance Catalog, new HF plant and AlF3 production lines with single lineproduction capacity of lower than 20,000t/a are restricted. And HF and AlF3 with the productioncapacity of lower than 5,000t/a shall be shut down.China is the biggest producer of HF in the world. There are about 50 HF manufacturers in China.Among these producers, 40 have the production capacity of over 10,000t/a, and 10 have capacityof over 30,000t/a. The total domestic capacity of hydrogen fluoride is about 1,253,000t/a in 2010.
Source: China Fluoride Materials Monthly Report 1201http://www.cnchemicals.com/Newsletter/NewsletterDetail_241.html 
Main content of China Fluoride Materials Monthly Report 1201:
Fluorite resource attracts more investmentChina continues to revoke export quota system for fluorite ore in 2012Phosphorus-fluorine integrated industry to benefit fluorine industryChina to completely eliminate HCFCs by 2030Shanghai 3F benefits from capacity expansion and price raisingChina's global market share for AlF3 shrinks in 2010-2011China restricts inorganic fluoride development by rising entry criteriaIndia extends anti-dumping duty on China's PTFE for five yearsChina's fluoropolymer industry attracts more foreign investmentZhejiang Juhua to extend fluoride product portfolioFluoride fine chemical production booming in Fuxin, LiaoningLiPF6 production to boom in ChinaChina still a net exporter of fluoride chemicalsPrices of fluoride materials drop in November 

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