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decoking

[dē′kōk·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
Removal of petroleum coke from equipment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In the early stage of the decoking, the contact point of the water jet on the coke layer is far away from the drum wall.
Inspection of the refinery tubes is usually conducted externally, and in a process separate from decoking and requiring its own setup time.
As a result of this, heaters, which would normally have had the run lengths of the order of nine months or more, now require more frequent decoking. In this context, Sloan et al.
The company, a world leader in decoking and inspection operations, has seen its sales rise by 41% in the last two years to over PS6 million, thanks to export sales, which make up 95% of the firm's trade.
Decoking Descaling Technology Inc * * Diascan Technical Diagnostics * * * * Centre Durham Pipeline Technology FTL Seals Technology Ltd * GD Engineering Girard Industries * * * * A Hak Industrial Services bv * * * Halliburton * * * * IKM Testing AS a a a a I.S.T.
Among Phillips's accomplishments in 1995: a chemical antifoulant system used in ethylene production that allows the process to run longer without decoking; and a catalyst that gasifies and removes sulfur in coal-fired electric power plants.
Later a decoking unit started producing mid-distillates for the local market and coke for power stations.
Soon afterwards a decoking unit started producing mid-distillates (kerosine & gasoil) for the local market and coke for power stations.
B B B Cosmo Engineering Co Ltd Decoking Descaling Technology Inc A A FTL Seals Technology Ltd A GD Engineering A A Girard Industries Inc A A A A Hak Industrial Services bv A A Hydrocarbon Resources Develop.