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FCC reactor product-catalyst separation: Ten years of commercial experience with closed cyclones
FCC reactor closed cyclones were first commercialized ten years ago and have now been installed in over 22 FCC units worldwide. Cumulative commercial experience has shown significant yield benefits,Expand
Third generation FCC feed injection technology: Introduction of the ATOMAX[trademark] feed nozzle
The feed injection system of a catalytic cracker plays a key role in the yield performance of the unit. Ideally, cracking reactions take place in the vapor phase on the solid catalyst surface. RapidExpand
FCC design for maximum light olefin production
A primary focus of FCC technology today is to increase propylene and butylene yield, particularly isobutylene yield. Since most of the FCC capacity required in the US is already in place, theExpand
Combined cracking processes boost fuel yields from low-quality crudes and residua
The challenge of producing highquality middle distillate and gasoline from low-quality crude oils can be met by the combination of the H-Oil and heavy oil cracking processes (HOC). And theExpand
3-3 Solid-Phase Joining of 99.8 Per Cent Iron
Improve regenerator heat removal
Dense phase catalyst coolers for residue fluid catalytic cracking (resid FCC) regenerator heat removal overcome erosion and limit operating flexibility problems