Selective removal of metals-laden catalysts boosts cracking capacity and cuts costs
The fluidized catalytic cracking (FCC) unit is the workhorse of the petroleum-refining industry. FCC is by far the most commonly used process for converting relatively low-value, heavy crude fractions into gasoline and diesel fuels. FCC units produce a...
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