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refining residues

refining residues

refining residues

I would like to know which are the solid residues that petrol refining process,
specially if there are any which contain alumina . and what refineries do with these kind of residues??

RE: refining residues

Waste solids containing alumina that come to mind:

• catalysts
• catalyst supports.
• percolation or contact bleaching clays.

Some are regenerated in situ, some ex situ and some delivered to municipal solid waste sites for incineration and disposal.

RE: refining residues

the new equipment made in Germany to seprate solid and any petroleum from residual belong to flottweg company in their catolog you can find their information.

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