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Reduce hydrocarbons and solids contamination in sour water strippers

08.01.2013  |  Spooner, B.,  Sulphur Experts Inc., Kemah, TexasEngel, D.,  Sulphur Experts, Kemah, Texas

Keywords: [sour water] [stripper] [contamination] [treating]

A modern refinery in Finland processes used lubrication oil and produces renewed base oil for lubrication products, gasoil and fuel gas. The process uses a front-end additive removal stage from the used lubrication oil, followed by a hydrogenation reaction stage. The product is hydrotreated and then distilled to produce base oil and gasoil, in addition to the fuel gas that is used for internal energy generation.

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