Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) Presentation – 2023

2023 FEW Presentation Information as presented at the 2023 Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW). "Mol Sieve: Predictive & Preventive Maintenance - A Smoking Gun, a Control Example and a Glimpse of the Future" FEW-2023-HengyeDownload

Did You Know: Zeolite

The material referred to as molecular sieve is called Zeolite. Today zeolite is made synthetically but was originally described by the Greeks. Zeolite is Greek for “Boiling stone”. When the Greeks “discovered” this mineral

Biogas Processing Brochure

Biogas Processing Brochure Information about Biogas Processing solutions for dehydration, H2S removal, siloxane removal, and more. Biogas Processing Brochure - Hengye Inc. hengye-inc-biogas-processing-dehydration-h2s-removal-adsorbentsDownload

Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) Presentation – 2019

2019 FEW Presentation Information as presented at the 2019 Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW). This presentation focuses on efficiency factors within the ethanol Dehydration Unit. FEW-2019smDownload

Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) Presentation 2016

2016 FEW Presentation Information as presented at the 2016 Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW). This presentation discusses the physical properties of molecular sieve and more. FEW 2016 Presentation FEW-2016smDownload

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

Starting Up A Bed After Change Out – Ethanol Dehydration Units

Start Up an Ethanol Dehydration Unit After a Change Out or for Initial Commissioning What to Know About Start Ups Before starting a ethanol dehydration unit, or ethanol bed, there are some common precautions

Lateral Top Off Schedule – Ethanol Dehydration Units

Lateral Design Top Off Schedule Sample for Ethanol Dehydration Units General Guide to Topping Off Laterals Below is a general schedule for topping off new bead installations in lateral designs* It is imperative to