phenol process

phenol process

[′fē‚nȯl ‚prä·səs]
(chemical engineering)
A single-solvent petroleum-refining process in which phenol is the selective solvent.
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CEPSA Chemical (Shanghai) will use UOP s Phenol process to produce high quality phenol and by-product acetone, key building blocks for polycarbonate plastics used in construction and automobile production.
CEPSA Chemical (Shanghai) will use UOP's Phenol process to produce high quality phenol and by-product acetone, key building blocks for polycarbonate plastics used in construction and automobile production.
UOP's Phenol process is inherently safer, more economical to build, easier to operate, and provides higher product yields than competitive technologies.
L] values at different initial phenol concentration, shown in Table 3, were all in the range of 0-1, which confirms the favourable adsorption of the phenol process in the studied concentration range.
KBR's phenol process is a benchmark in the industry and has been on the leading-edge of phenol technology for more than 60 years," said John Derbyshire, President, KBR Technology.
The cumene is subsequently converted to high-quality phenol, with low feedstock and utility requirements, using the UOP Phenol process.
Beijing, China, has selected the Sunoco/UOP Phenol process for the expansion of their phenol-acetone facility in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China.
The cumene produced is then processed using the UOP Phenol process to produce high-quality phenol with low feedstock and utility requirements.
In 1996, the new one-step phenol process won a special award from Monsanto as an example of outstanding environmental technology.
Under this alliance, UOP has also appointed Chiyoda as one of its authorized contractors of UOP's Cumen-type Phenol process, which is one of the most reputable and advanced phenol production processes.
McElgunn said that the agreement with ICI Dow purchased ICI's direct phenol process technology for the production of DPO, as well as existing inventory, trademarks, customer lists and contracts.