Chemphil Manufacturing Corp. (CMC) is
one of the affiliates of the Chemphil Group. It is owned 100% by LMG
Chemicals Corp. (LMG).
The main products are: sulfuric
acid - technical grade and chemically pure; oleum;
and sulfur flakes. The manufacturing plant is located in Bo.
CMC replaced its two old
sulfuric plants in December 1994. CMC
now operates a double contact/double absorption sulfuric acid plant using
CMC's sulfuric acid plant uses a technology
provides a clear solution to
the critical problem of the local oil refineries - that of recycling the
molten sulfur - a by-product that is a hazard to the environment
if allowed to accumulate. CMC's sulfuric acid plant uses the molten
sulfur as raw material. At the time of its inital operation, has exclusive molten sulfur
off-take contracts with the three biggest oil refineries, namely, Shell,
Caltex and Petron.
(Caltex at this time no longer has refinery operations in the
contributes to the solution of
intermittent power shortage in the industrial community - in that the
plant is equipped with a turbo generator that can provide power to the
adjacent plants in the same compound. This way, it can minimize the
dependence on the Manila Electric Company which in turn can more
adequately respond to the other users of power in the community.
Additionally, the manufacturing
process is more environment-friendly with an SO2 gas emission of only 250
parts per million (ppm), well below the government's maximum limit of
The new acid plant reinforces
CMC's dominance in the sulfuric acid with the four-fold increase of
its production capacity from 24,000 metric tons per year (MTPY) to 90,000
MTPY, the nameplate capacity of the new acid plant.
851 Antonio S. Arnaiz Avenue
Legaspi Village, Makati City
(632) 818-8711 to 28
P.O. Box 1489 Makati Central
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