Molecular Sieve

Ethylene must be Pure and Dry

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Ethylene must be Pure and Dry Ethylene must be pure and dry… but ironically, unsaturating olefin/paraffin molecules, is a watery, steamy business! Unfortunately, massive petrochemical molecules don’t just conveniently fall apart into useful bits and pieces. It requires a significant energy investment in terms of live-steam at 750-950°
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Cracking Fossil Fuels: The Role of Molecular Sieves

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Cracking Fossil Fuels: The Role of Molecular Sieves Separating (cracking) useful olefins or alkynes from paraffins is the key to profitability in this industry; however, it is constrained by the immense costs. The single most produced organic chemical worldwide is ethylene, at more than 150,000,000 metric tonnes per year. We have
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Fracking Gas: The Role of Molecular Sieves

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Fracking Gas: The Role of Molecular Sieves For humans, dehydration is a very bad thing, but for Natural Gas (methane), nothing could be better! Natural Gas cannot be overloaded with water vapor because that adds unnecessary weight (mass) and takes up volume, which decreases the efficiency of our transportation methods.
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How to Dispose of Molecular Sieve

How to Dispose of Molecular Sieve In the United States, molecular sieve can be disposed of in a licensed landfill. The material is normally analyzed to meet the regulations for proper chemical waste management. For safety information, Safety Data Sheets can be found online. No special precautions need to be
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Loading – Ethanol Dehydration Units

Recommendations for Loading Ethanol Beds Packaging The best way to start the process of loading an ethanol dehydration unit is by knowing what material you will be using to load the bed, and ensure that you have right quantity and tools needed to load the material. EthaDry, a specialized Hengye
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