One of the leading European Companies within the sulfur solidification industry, renowned for its technical expertise and

Si precisa che per quanto concerne la partecipata Econova Apulia Srl con sede a Taranto , con riferimento agli aiuti di Stato e agli aiuti de minimis ricevuti dalla nostra impresa, i dati inerenti agli stessi sono contenuti nel Registro Nazionale degli Aiuti di Stato di cui all’art. 52 della L. 234/2012, liberamente consultabile



Specific Aspects

The technology used by the new SG 20 plant is completely different from the other existing plants. In particular, the technology exploits a natural phenomenon related to concentric crystallographic growth starting from a sulfur seed produced inside the plant, the sulfur is sprayed inside a tank where it instantly solidifies, and then continue its path inside a rotating tube that at regular intervals increases the diameter of the seed through nozzles that spray the seeds making it take on a spherical shape, recognized by the SUDIC specification.

Power Plants

The Econova Management over the time to had a high attention to all regulatory environmental issues and has studied all processes available to select the best technology and satisfy the markets of sulphur solidification process. both for the 100-200-300 plants and for the new SG 20 plant, process air intake and treatment systems for the outgoing gas flow are provided. For the new Sg 20 two treatment systems have been installed (Cyclon and Scrubber).


More than 20 years of experience

allowed Econova to assert itself also as a major supplier of engineering design, technical assistance and installation services to other companies.


Over 150 professionals and technicians

able of undertaking projects of the highest quality thanks to their professionalism, commitment, experience and capacity to rapidly adapt to requirements of each project and the activities in which they are involved.

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1.300.000 tons liquid sulphur

with a last three years average production of 150.000 tons per year, and a prediction of 170.000 tons per year.