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Recover valuable olefins from offgas streams

06.01.2012  |  Blankenship, S.,  Sud-Chemie Inc., Louisville, KentuckySun, M.,  Sud-Chemie Inc., Louisville, KentuckyUrbancic, M. A. ,  Sud-Chemie Inc., Louisville, KentuckyRajesh, R,  Su¨d-Chemie Inc, Louisville, KentuckyZoldak, R.,  Su¨d-Chemie Inc, Louisville, Kentucky

Catalytic technology aids in removal of acetylenes, NOx and oxygen

Keywords: [olefins] [fluid catalytic cracking] [deep catalytic cracking] [offgas] [catalyst] [hydrogenation] [treating]

To effectively separate valuable hydrocarbons from fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) and deep catalytic cracking (DCC) offgas streams, much depends on the catalytic design concept applied for selective hydrogenation.

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