zeolite catalyst

zeolite catalyst

[′zē·ə‚līt ′kad·əl·əst]
(inorganic chemistry)
Hydrated aluminum and calcium (or sodium) silicates (for example, CaO·2Al2O3·5SiO2 or Na2O·2Al2O3·5SiO2) made with controlled porosity; used as a catalytic cracking catalyst in petroleum refineries, or loaded with catalyst for other chemical reactions.
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The new process uses a zeolite catalyst capable of transforming glucose into p-xylene in a three-step reaction within a high-temperature biomass reactor.
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The process involves the hydrocarbon molecules being smashed by hydrogen atoms under pressure, at high temperature and with a zeolite catalyst.
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The company continues to expand its team and is hiring experienced chemical engineers, scientists and lab technicians to support R&D activities aimed at optimizing the performance of Rive's zeolite catalyst technology and driving product commercialization.
The expanded cumene unit was put on line last week following a 48-day outage to install a new zeolite catalyst system and is now running at design capacity and producing high-purity product, said Charles Valutas, vice president, Sunoco Chemicals.
Valutas said the expansion would be accomplished by converting technology at the company's cumene plant -- located in the Girard Point processing area of the Philadelphia Refinery -- to new zeolite catalyst.
Rive Technology is the developer of proprietary zeolite catalyst technology that expands characteristically small zeolite pores to enable the conversion of inexpensive, heavy crude oil into valuable, refined products such as transportation fuel.