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Caap i :',1.t;3,ia_ia This document is hereby regraded to CONFIDENTIAL in acco.dsnce with the letter of 13 October 1978 from the Director of Central lne:Cgcnce to the Archivist cf th3 United States. roves' rOPelease 2006 e:nt.. 8a2; U.S , rl ' ' CI[.s, ITT Appr edI For Release 2006/02/02 : CIA-RDP82-00457R003900620004-1 _0 0,311CY 37 ~:j CP;, T''AL I rj. *,T-LIG.. 5=.1es Di reec tor, in cha. ge of selling as well as huyi; - : M i l ell 7cyrks~vCou ~cil t p q y~ ~Y i1s t cite. i'n"tatl: .,erchens Irtii in Sscc:ad Gha~:`eys3.ti: 1 Bier I he vaar'ioue m d their heads are as follows: Car ba.mids and dicyanc.iamide Phosphor?ut Carbide Plastics (Praos-stuff ) Cale ir ni,rd ~ .1e and ca'4 clu?u ea bide d5.~in~Fe r^a'p an All of ,er? depart-iLeats 4. Production: Dil rector Neubner De Hepke rout Weer Steir-bruck 11r Hey ~ past :,r Soinmar Dr, Hoelemann 25X1 a,. Calcium cy chide. In 1946/1947 the average daily production was about ~~ CoriS y u d'....".f(.'i _LY crea aed to an a eragre 200 tc2113 per day in 1941$ o'at-7.- L.".',.. i lr9 the average I3-roc ict-i_on reached 300 tons as a result of the introduc tior, of the Hennecke shif':, system However., at the sane time the q 1 ity of the product dropped; use of ill-i~urnt line and low gaCli t coke t, ith high Impur G.tier of ashes and vtar reduced the calcium carbide content oa' the xeoE .acct t,a 6 ~:.w c enc, as compared. to 75 to 80 percent during, Vie ear -Maw Thfer coke -,ns used. The coke Presently. in use cones :"rom the a i ci:a a region, The l isnt works w fish five 120 KV (IL .lovolt) carbide resi Stance kilns over 20 years one of then: is always in repair thi.1 e the others are wo l n~ ~ T of `che:,a have thodern transformers. The la-eg3s t and .:host modern kiln with S8dcr?berg electrodes and a daily capacity of 100 ions eras dismantled and shipped to Russia in the fall of 19b5, The carbon electrodes for the kilns are furnished by Siemens-Plani.. in Berlin Licht nberg , The lime co es from a line plant in R.rlbeland near Blal,,2.kenb rg (Harz) .i ch belongs to the 'iesteritz enterprise. This plan?'t has Muse ldlus and a crew of acot-:t 350 (ho are included in the figure bete of 3,5')0 for the total crJ w) ;; its daily production of abut 200 tors of 'a unit t.;i~ss was recently increased an unspecified anioutit through the introduction of the Eenriecke system. The electric power comes from Colp-_ Zschorne ri tss (about 20 k to tee: s south of Pies-teritz) over a long-ddista7 ze PU,7or line with a capacity of 80 tOY, which sorrc ,imes car roe to 40 YV (sic"". Only about D per^c? nt ci the carbide produced in the pi ant is sold to Gen :~'3'~:eC"25'! es Iii the Soviet Zone or supr j.ed to military units thews to be used a vreld .r A Thc bulk of the production is used !]a the sutra sequent pr?cd.a.cticn of calcium cwre-z.amide and soot. b. Cal ium:a cyanamide. An average of 300 tons per month %a_n produced during 'lx;riod `,n ay though August 1919 aithough the production capacity -r tha p lent is much hir her. * * Fabrication. is too e; ppeasive 'because of the lo, -1 ity of such raw material. s as coke and. ? sane,, and the enterprise was not a.l'i cliTed to increase its prices In May 193.9, in spite of the ur?;e 4 : need for calciim cyanide (c;/~ananile?) in /he industry of 'she Soviet Zone a. the enterprise had a stock of 6,000 tons of this product which could nzo,", be :old beca'ase of the lack of elosed freight cars needed for transportation Production vi-as therefore reduced c o Soot , The 's;n.,ks produces so-cal..:ied. split sort (,~paltruss) . The average Teic1uction ii'i 1948 was between 1 CO and 600 tons per month, and by Augusts =I 2 th:i. h a i -i.ncrtascd. to ? about 850 tomq a monfih ~ x The u l? of the SE,\,iiT/:`/U TTF..0L U.S. CFFIGiALS o;hI,I Approved For Release 2006/02/02 : CIA-RDP82-00457R003900620004-1 Approved F"a I e _2006/02/6'2. ,CfX- 82=0 MP r .?__,.,.1T -~^~7~,-,zIGL, 7Cr AG ICY r, _3_ In CNTIAL 30c)"C. product:Lcn goes to Russia; in June 1949, 600 tons wn i shipped there by -,.-ay of Brest-Litovsk. Shipments to Yugoslavia have been e'iscont? nued.. Part of lc: sod: production is sold. to the Luna ':1or?tom in Schkcpau and to the rirbbrex works r c i., x_.nide of sodium, rotE~s:iurn and sodium ferroc~ idem Production of these ter,~;scor ~rsue'~ ce sp,ecause of the existence o'? an tuts a table stock of about 100 tons? The socbxm cyanide was put in ;sheet metal tins for the subsequent production of hydrocyanic acid, :ti orka norm called Piathem. This is an insulation agent of solid :'oamy, porous consisvery light and hygroscopic o It is produced `,Yzr ough condensation of carbemide with j.f~ormaldehyde and subsequent, tx'eat- cent with fr~cthing agents (Tlekal Bx) O 1 Production is courted by volurrce, not weight. Output of this item has been steadily increased: in August 1949, about .,000 cubic rieters was produced; scheduled production for September 194.9 -was 4,0O0 cubic rm ters, and for the period from 1 August i.VSir ul (}iltpuG rrr