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Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

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Does anyone know where i can find information to clarify the reason of re-injecting sour water (recirculation) to the top of the tower of topping.
If someone can give me the response to this inquiry, better.

Thanks in advance,

FCS

RE: Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

(OP)
Finally i got the response by myself.

Adieux

RE: Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

would you be willing to elaborate, then? i have seen this on a ref scheme, and there is work to be done in that refinery for us. info would be appreciated.

RE: Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

(OP)
Phex:
The configuration helps to reduce the Crude Unit Overhead Corrosion.

check this link:

http://www.setlaboratories.com/Overhead.htm

There is good references for study it.

RE: Sour water re-injection to topping Unit

thanks alot, that helps =)

chris

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