|Catalyst:||Fcc Catalyst ARGG||Advantage:||Good Pore Distribution Gradient|
ARGG Process Special Fcc Catalyst,
RAG Series Fcc Catalyst,
RAG Series Fluid Catalytic Cracking Catalyst
Brief introduction of product performance and technical characteristics:
The ARGG process is a process technology developed by the Research Institute of Petrochemical Sciences to produce liquefied petroleum gas and high-octane gasoline in maximum quantities with atmospheric residual oil as the raw material. It is especially suitable for processing high slag ratio raw materials. RAG series catalysts are special catalysts for ARGG process, mainly including RAG-1, RAG-6, RAG-10, RAG-11 and other varieties. Its series catalysts have the following characteristics:
The RAG-1 catalyst has a stable structure and a good pore distribution gradient. It can make various molecules of large, medium and small in heavy oil, especially large molecules, have selective and sufficient contact and reaction with the active center. The large pores can also be used. It can accommodate heavy metal accumulation; it has high activity and good selectivity, especially the heavy oil conversion ability and the ability to resist heavy metal pollution.
RAG-6 catalyst has larger pore volume, higher activity and better resistance to heavy metal pollution (especially anti-nickel) performance.
In addition to the inherent characteristics of RAG series catalysts, RAG-10 catalyst also has the characteristics of high reactor ratio, high LPG (especially propylene) and high octane gasoline yield.
RAG-11 catalyst is developed in response to the characteristics of fuel oil processing in local refineries. It has the characteristics of high activity, strong heavy oil cracking ability, strong resistance to heavy metal pollution, and high yields of liquefied gas and gasoline.
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