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Supplier: Cycle Therm, LLC
Description: Cycle Therm's current RTO is the genesis of more than 30 years of experience and discovery in RTO technology. With seven RTO related patents and hundreds of worldwide installations, chances are we've installed a system in an application just like yours. We put our experience to work for you by
- Oxidizer Type: Regenerative Thermal
- Destruction Efficiency / Capability: 98%
- Required Airflow: 5000 to 500000 SCFM
- Temperature Range: 1000 to 1800 F
Standards and Technical Documents - An Advanced NOX Control System For A Selective Catalytic Reduction Of A Combined Cycle Power Plant - POWID 2002
Description: An advanced nitrogen oxides (NOx) control system for a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) of a combined cycle power plant is presented. This system has various functions which include: (1) A control system with a cascade configuration which consists of the NOx control (upper loop) and the ammonia
Supplier: Sierra Monitor Corporation
Description: module monitors combustible gases such as Methane, Hydrogen, Propane, and others. The 5100-02-IT module is based on catalytic bead technology, a consistent and reliable method of detection that offers excellent response times to the target gases. As the longest rated and FM-approved calibration cycle
- Number of Gases Sensed: Multi Gas
- Measurement Type: %LEL
- General Gas Types: Combustible Gas
- Specific Gas Types: Hydrocarbons, Hydrogen (H2), Methane (CH4) / Natural Gas
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: an interesting material for the production of substrates in catalytic converters because of its good corrosion resistance at high temperature. Despite that, the considerable brittleness of the alloy makes production by means of traditional metallurgical processes difficult. Enriching the steel
Description: hot-wire measurements such as thermal conductivity and catalytic element sensors. In addition, the PIRVOL can replace expensive gas chromatographs in many gas exploration drilling applications.
- Instrument Type: Monitor
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Application: Personal Exposure Monitoring, Confined Space Monitoring, Ambient Air Monitoring, Process Gas
- Measurement Type: %Volume
Surface Area and Pore Size Analyzers - Automated Catalyst Characterization System -- AutoChem II 2920Supplier: Micromeritics
Description: information about the physical properties of your catalyst, catalyst support, or other materials. It can determine catalytic properties such as percent of metal dispersion, active metal surface area, acid strength, surface acidity, distribution of strength of active sites, BET surface area, and more
- Property Analyzed: Surface Area - Total
- Test Media / Material: Chemicals, Metals, Other
- Display & Special Features: Analog Meter, Laboratory / Batch
Standards and Technical Documents - API TR 934-D -- TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE MATERIALS AND FABRICATION ISSUES OF 1 1/4 CR-1/2MO AND 1CR-1/2MO STEEL PRESSURE VESSELSSupplier: American Petroleum Institute (API)
Description: , Hydrofiner Reactors tend to operate at lower temperatures and higher pressures than Catalytic Reformer Reactors, and Coke Drums and FCC Reactors do not see hydrogen service. Also, as a result of the different services causing different damage mechanisms, the fabrication requirements also differ
Description: Rabbit polyclonal Myeloperoxidase antibody Background: Human myeloperoxidase (MPO) is a dimeric protein composed of two heavy subunits (53 kDa) and two light subunits (15 kDa). Each MPO molecule contains two prosthetic porphyrins which play an important role in the catalytic cycle. Molecular
Supplier: Velan, Inc.
Description: valves in sizes up to 24" (600 mm). Features and benefits Velan bolted bonnet flexible wedge gate valves are ideal for high pressure steam, catalytic reformers, hydrocrackers and other tough services. • Stronger, leakproof bolted body bonnet joint ensures joint tightness with a higher bolting
- Valve Size: 2 to 24 inch
- Connection: Butt Weld, Socket Weld / Solder
Supplier: A.G. Scientific, Inc.
Description: A specific, ATP-competitive small molecule inhibitor of the catalytic activity of Met. Displays selectivity for Met enzyme versus a panel of other tyrosine kinases with the following IC50 values: Met = 0.02 μM, Flk = 1.3 μM, EGFR = >100 μM, PDGFÃŸR = >20 μM, Tie2 = >
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Volumetric (PIRVOL) IR Gas Monitor
The model PIRVOL IR gas monitor is designed to monitor hydrocarbon vapors in the range of 0-100% by volume, and is ideally suited for oil and gas wellhead mud-logging, hydrocarbon processing, and other extractive sampling applications. The PIRVOL provides superior life-cycle costs over destructive hot-wire measurements such as thermal conductivity and catalytic element sensors. In addition, the PIRVOL can replace expensive gas chromatographs in many gas exploration drilling applications. (read more)
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Heat Exchangers for Hydrocarbon Processing
highlighting the use of genuine parts regarding health and safety requirements. Hydrocarbon Processing. Refineries. Gas Dehydration. Propane Recovery. Demethanization. Alkylation. Compressor Lube Oil Cooling. Gas Compression Intercoolers. Petrochemicals. Vis-Breaking. Fluid Catalytic Cracking. Waste Liquids Heating. Sour Water Stripping. Storage Tank Heating. Emissions Control... (read more)
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H.C. Starck Inc. - Fabricated Products Group
Mo, Nb, Ta, W Recycling Service & Alloy Additives
as their precursors, whether in engine manufacturing or any other application where tungsten is used. For the electronics industry, capacitors containing tantalum as well as tantalum and molybdenum sputter targets are likewise recyclable. We supply recycled tantalum as metal concentrate or in ingot form. Our integrated recycling processes can restore niobium and niobium oxide production waste to high-purity metals and oxides. After use, molybdenum catalytic converters can be converted... (read more)
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Combustible Gas Safety Monitoring: Infrared vs. Catalytic Gas Detectors
When designing a combustible gas safety monitoring system for oil/gas, petrochemical or other applications, how do you decide whether to use infrared or catalytic gas detector technology? Both sensing technologies have their advantages dependent upon your application's specific requirements
Effect of surface phosphorus on the oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane to ethylene
of the catalytic process and lead to the design of improved catalysts. Ethylene is the highest-volume organic compound produced in the world. Currently, thermal cracking of hydrocarbon feedstock is the
Enhanced Methods Optimize Ownership Costs for Catalysts (.pdf)
German catalytic technology supplier Sud-Chemie uses high-fidelity predictive modeling techniques incorporating real-world data when designing and analyzing innovative catalysts for the hydrocarbon processing industries (HPI). These techniques allow them to simultaneously optimize new catalyst
Power Plant SCR Units and Ammonia Safety Measures
Selectrive Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems will be installed on 100,000 MW of U.S. coal-fired generating capacity by 2004. SCR investment for Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) control will be the largest for any control strategy implemented to date. Many oil and gas-fired generating stations, industrial
Chromalox Provides Freeze Protection for DEF on EPA Compliant Mobile Heavy Construction Machinery
The customer required three different versions of silicone laminate heaters to maintain the temperature above 5º C and to prevent freezing of diesel engine fluid (DEF) throughout various parts of an on-board selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system used for scrubbing exhaust of diesel engines
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Radicals in Synthesis III
First evidence for a catalytic cycle involving a radical chain process in Kumada cross-coupling reactions of aryl Grignard reagents with aryl bromides was provided by Knochel and Manolikakes (Scheme 39) .
The unique reactivity of norbornene is accompanied by a catalytic cycle involving multiple oxidation state transitions of palladium between (0), (II), and potentially (IV).
Transition metal-catalyzed reductive C-C bond formation under hydrogenation and transfer hydrogenation conditions
Proposed catalytic cycle for Ni-catalyzed zinc-mediated reductive coupling of bicyclic alkenes to alkyl propiolates..
Theoretical Study on the Mechanism of Ni�?Catalyzed Alkyl–Alkyl Suzuki Cross�?Coupling
The feasible mechanism was found to involve a NiI–NiIII catalytic cycle with three main steps: transmetalation of [NiI(L1)X] (X=Cl, Br) with 9�?borabicyclo[3.3.1]nonane (9�?BBN)R1 to produce [NiI(L1)(R1)], oxidative addition of R2X with [NiI...
DFT study of the full catalytic cycle for the propene hydroformylation catalyzed by a heterobimetallic HPt(SnCl 3 )(PH 3 ) 2 model catalyst
DFT study of the full catalytic cycle for the propene hydroformylation catalyzed by a heterobimetallic HPt(SnCl 3 )(PH 3 ) 2 model catalyst .
The Catalytic Cycle of P450 .
Reductive elimination of C–Het or C–H bonds is the final product releasing step in the catalytic cycle (Scheme 2).
Enzyme-Catalyzed Electron and Radical Transfer
In contrast to mammalian microsomal P450s that require the mem- brane-bound CPR flavoprotein for reduction of the heme group during its catalytic cycle , most prokaryotic P450s receive electrons from small soluble iron-sulfur proteins such as putidaredoxin.
Computational Modeling of Homogeneous Catalysis
making its application to catalytic cycles very limited.
The collected papers of Frederick M. Luther, 1943--1986. Volume 2, 1977--1979
the CIO catalytic cycle is reduced by multiple scattering, the ameliorating .
Rh-catalyzed reductive coupling under hydrogenation conditions and nucleophilic catalysis via phosphine conjugate addition
Scheme 1.1 Co-catalyzed reductive dimerization of alkenes.........................................2 Scheme 1.2 Proposed catalytic cycle for Co-catalyzed reductive dimerization.............3 Scheme 1.3 Co-catalyzed reductive coupling of alkenes and alkynes...........................4 Scheme 1.4 Proposed catalytic cycle for reductive...