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|Isoparaffins:||Largest Amount||Propylene Yield:||＞7-8%|
|Propylene Selectivity:||High||Hydrogen Transfer Activity:||High|
|Coke Yield:||Reduced||Wear Resistance:||Good|
MIP-CGP Process FCC Catalyst,
Abrasion Resistant FCC Catalyst,
ISO Catalytic Cracking Catalyst
MIP-CGP process special catalyst CGP-1 series
Brief introduction of product performance and technical characteristics:
The MIP-CGP process is a process technology developed by the Research Institute of Petrochemical Technology to produce the largest amount of isoparaffins, produce more propylene and reduce the olefin content of catalytic gasoline. The CGP series catalyst is a special catalyst developed according to its process characteristics. It can be used in conjunction with the MIP-CGP process to ensure that the olefin content of catalytic gasoline meets the European II or III emission standards without reducing the processing capacity of the device. Gasoline octane The value does not decrease, and the propylene yield (relative to the feedstock oil) is not less than 7-8% (mass percentage). CGP series catalysts have the following characteristics:
A new type of matrix with moderate acidity and suitable pore structure is used to provide good protection for the active components, so that the coke deposit catalyst can still maintain good activity and selectivity in the second reaction zone.
The introduction of metal components into the active center of the catalyst can better adjust the acid strength, improve the hydrogen transfer ability of gasoline, and help reduce the content of olefins in gasoline.
It is blended with appropriate amount of other active components to provide a good catalytic material for isomerization and aromatization reactions.
It has strong heavy oil cracking ability and good coke selectivity, and has strong activity, stability, abrasion resistance, and low catalyst unit consumption.
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