Order Focus: Leshan Ledian chooses Poly Plant’s CVD reactor for China plant

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Leshan Ledian Tianwei Silicon-Tech formally signed itsacknowledgement that it had chosen Poly Plant Project’s (PPP) CVD silicon deposition Reactor for Leshan’s polysilicon product plant in Leshan, China.

“We are pleased that the Leshan Ledian Tianwei polysilicon plant has chosen PPP’s advanced 54-R Reactor as we believe it is the market leader in polysilicon production capacity, output and efficiency, surpassing other commercially available CVD reactors,” said Dr. Jesse Chen, president of PPP. “Our new 54-rod CVD Reactor delivers a guaranteed minimum annual production capacity of 365 Metric Tons per Year (MTY) of high-purity polysilicon and is designed for high-efficiency, consuming less than 56 kWh of electricity per kilogram of polysilicon, which will enable production plants to significantly reduce their operating cost.”

“In addition to the equipment, PPP will also provide process technology, 54-rod CVD Reactor training and support during commissioning, operation and production of polysilicon.” Dr. Chen said, “Leshan Ledian Tianwei and PPP will build on the success of Leshan Ledian Tianwei’s first phase and further the mutual cooperation and continue improving the core polysilicon technology, equipment, and strength demonstrated by our companies working together.”

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