Penex process

Penex process

[′pe‚neks ‚prä·səs]
(chemical engineering)
A continuous, nonregenerative petroleum-refinery process for isomerization of C5 or C6 fractions in the presence of hydrogen and a platinum catalyst.
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VRMP will implement Honeywell UOP Penex process technolog
UOP's Penex process upgrades light naphtha components to high octane motor gasoline blend stocks, and is now being used at more than 120 refineries worldwide.
The Penex process is the highest-performing isomerization option available today.
The Penex process produces premium isomerate, a high-octane gasoline blending component, from light naphtha for the production of ultra-clean gasoline.
The facility uses Honeywell UOPs Penex process to produce isomerate, a high-value gasoline blending component, to produce environmentally-friendlier fuels with reduced emissions.
Honeywells UOPs Penex process upgrades light naphtha feedstock to produce isomerate, a cleaner gasoline blend-stock that does not contain benzene, aromatics or olefins.
The Penex process produces high octane gasoline blending components from light naphtha.
The facility uses Honeywell UOP's Penex process to produce isomerate, a high-value gasoline blending component, to produce environmentally-friendlier fuels with reduced emissions.
Honeywell's UOP's Penex process upgrades light naphtha feedstock to produce isomerate, a cleaner gasoline blend-stock that does not contain benzene, aromatics or olefins.
PRL will use Honeywell s UOP Penex process technology to produce isomerate, a high-value gasoline blending component.