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what are the different products extracted from tooping unit and what is their destination

RE: tooping

In an atmospheric distillation or topping unit the extracted products are: LPG, naphtha, kerosene, light gas oil, heavy gas oil and atmospheric residuum.

all topping products are not final products they go to other units to be treated as final products with acrescented value.

LPG goes to amine units

Naphtha goes to a hydrotreater

Kerosene goes to a Merox Unit

Light gas oil goes to Hydrodesulphurisation unit

Heavy gas oil goes to a Catalytic cracking

Atmospheric residuum goes to a Vacuum unit.

In more complex configuratios there are other units which optimize the tranformation of bottom residues in more noble products

Regards

Luis Marques

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