Simple but challenging
The effective implementation of propane dehydrogenation (PDH) has a lot of challenges, many associated with the catalyst at the core of the process. Coke formed during the process coats the catalyst which reduces the catalyst activity.
One good method of maintaining optimal catalyst activity is continuous catalyst regeneration (CCR). The efficiency and cost effectiveness of CCR comes down to the catalyst handling valves. These small but meaningful components can play a central role in the efficiency of your entire production.
If you are a propylene producer focused on improving competitiveness, having a few quality valves is not enough to maintain top production. Having the most reliable, accurate and application-appropriate valves should be your target – throughout your process.