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Fluoride/Chloride Purification

Fluoride/Chloride Purification

Advanced adsorbent solutions for removal of fluoride and chloride species from process streams

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Gated Resource: An evergreen optimisation approach - June 2021

An evergreen optimisation approach - June 2021

A. Chen, A. Novotny, T. Case, D. Banks, and B. Eren, BASF, USA, outline how FCC catalysts optimise bottoms cracking.

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Gated Resource: Boosting profitability in a maximum propylene FCC - January 2021

Boosting profitability in a maximum propylene FCC - January 2021

Refiner and supplier collaborated to evaluate, prepare, and execute the revamp of an FCC and an LPG olefins additive trial.

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D 1275 E 1/16” 3F

BASF D-1275 is a Nickel based adsorbent which provides efficient removal of trace levels of sulfur from feeds to naphtha reformers and isomerization units.

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D-1280 E 1/16” 3F

BASF D-1280 is a robust Nickel based adsorbent which provides efficient removal of trace levels of sulfur from feeds to naphtha reformers and isomerization units.

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Gated Resource: Development of FTIR Spectroscopy Methodology for Characterization of Boron Species in FCC Catalysts - November 2020

Development of FTIR Spectroscopy Methodology for Characterization of Boron Species in FCC Catalysts - November 2020

Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) has maintained its crucial role in refining decades after its initial introduction owing to the flexibility it has as a process as well as the developments in its key enabler, the FCC catalyst. Boron-based technology (BBT) for passivation of contaminant metals in FCC catalysts represents one such development.

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Gated Resource: Octane Improvement in FCC Units: An Open Choice—March 2021

Octane Improvement in FCC Units: An Open Choice—March 2021

Hernando Salgado and Melissa Clough Mastry, BASF Refining Catalysts, offer a review of octane improvement methods in an FCC unit and assess each method’s advantages and disadvantages.

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Prosorb N

BASF Prosorb N, used as sulfur guard beds for naphtha reformers and isomerization units, is a next generation Nickel based adsorbent which provides significant performance improvement for removal of trace levels of various sulfur species.

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Gated Resource: Resid to propylene: the two-step approach - March 2020

Resid to propylene: the two-step approach - March 2020

For maximum propylene from the FCC unit, refiners should customise their catalyst for properties best suited to deep conversion that can handle residue feeds

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Gated Resource: Role of chlorides in reactivation of contaminant nickel on fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) catalysts—February 2021

Role of chlorides in reactivation of contaminant nickel on fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) catalysts—February 2021

Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) is an important process for the conversion of crude oil into valuable products including fuels, lubricants, and precursors for making other products.

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Gated Resource: Understanding HCN in FCC: Formation, effects and mitigating options - June 2021

Understanding HCN in FCC: Formation, effects and mitigating options - June 2021

In these challenging times, fluidized catalytic cracking units (FCCUs) aim to improve margins by processing poorer or different-quality feeds, while maintaining good yield performance.

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