Optimise Catalyst Efficiency by Monitoring Chlorine with Petra MAX
Jul 04 2019 Read 205 Times
Author: X Ray Optical Systems (XOS) on behalf of X Ray Optical Systems (XOS)
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As the use of catalysts became more commonplace, refineries quickly realised that these reaction-inducing substances were rapidly deactivating due to the naturally occurring metals commonly found in crude oil. Refiners can optimise their catalyst quality by measuring metals in crude, and then assess the payoff of those optimisations in real-time by measuring chlorine concentration trends in the catalyst themselves.
Read our whitepaper to learn how Petra MAX is a viable solution to help petroleum professionals optimise their catalyst processes.
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