Synthesis gas, also known as syngas, is composed mainly of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, with carbon dioxide sometimes also present. There are various methods of producing syngas, such as gasification from different feedstocks (coal, natural gas, or biomass/waste products), partial oxidation, steam methane reforming, or autothermal reforming.
Refinery hydrogen recycle stream optimization The hydrogen process analyzer HY-OPTIMA 2700 can save you more than $200,000 on a yearly basis in a typical refinery process unit. As hydrogen is an extremely important, valuable, and limited resource within a modern complex refinery. The profitable operation of a refinery is increasingly dependent on effective fuel upgrading[…]
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H2scan’s HY-OPTIMA™ Model 1700AS Process Hydrogen Analyzing System provides tsa complete solution for process hydrogen measurement in refineries, chemical plants, air separation units and industrial gas manufacturing plan. The system comprises H2scan’s hydrogen specific analyzer in a NEMA 4X enclosure with sampling systems and is capable of operating in a broad spectrum of process conditions.[…]
H2scan’s HY-OPTIMA Model 2700AS Process Hydrogen Analyzing System provides a complete solution for process hydrogen measurement in refineries, chemical plants, air separation units and industrial gas manufacturing plants. The system implements H2scan’s hydrogen specific analyzer in a NEMA 4X enclosure with the necessary sample conditioning components to enable operation over a broad spectrum of process[…]