PRCI WEBINAR (RECORDING): Improved Catalyst Regeneration Process to Increase Poison Removal and Performance Recovery

Wed, April 28, 2021

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Join the PRCI Compressor and Pump Station Technical Committee as they present research results from project CPS-13-01A Improved Catalyst Regeneration Process to Increase Poison Removal and Performance Recovery.

Presenter:  Rodrigo Bauza, Colorado State University

Host:  Jonathan Goss, Kinder Morgan

Moderator:  Angie Mallahan, PRCI

 

Learning Outcomes/Benefits from Attending this Webinar: 

Phosphorus actively poisons platinum crystallites

Sulfur penetrates deepest into the alumina washcoat and is the most abundant poison

A hydrogen reduction is successful at reversing the oxidation of platinum crystallites and restoring their activity

The removal of the formed carbon layer in combination with chemical washing is likely the most successful method to restore oxidation catalysts

Recommended pre-reading: 

PR-179-20200-R01 Improved Catalyst Regeneration Process to Increase Poison Removal and Performance Recovery

 

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