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    Covestro's new hydrochloric acid oxidation unit Deacon II officially runs

    • Last Update: 2021-04-14
    • Source: Internet
    • Author: User
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    In the Deacon process, the by-product hydrogen chloride generated in the isocyanate production process is converted into chlorine through a catalytic oxidation reaction, which can be used as a raw material for subsequent production.
    Compared with traditional processes, it can reduce energy consumption by more than half.

    Covestro's Shanghai integrated site started the construction of the world's first industrialized Deacon device in November 2008, and it was put into operation in mid-2011.
    Under the concept of "smart replication", the Deacon II device started construction at the end of 2018 and will be put into formal operation in February 2021.

    Deacon II uses the same scale, technology, operation and equipment to bring synergy to operators.
    In addition, Deacon II incorporates various improvements made by Deacon I during operation, and its maximum capacity and efficiency will increase by approximately 20%.

    Through the entire Deacon project, the Covestro Shanghai Integrated Base will ——

    Through the entire Deacon project, the Covestro Shanghai Integrated Base will ——

    Through the entire Deacon project, the Covestro Shanghai Integrated Base will ——

    • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

    • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

    • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

    • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

    • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

    • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

    • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

    • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

    • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

    • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

    • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

    • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

    • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

    • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

    • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

    • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

    • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

    • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

  • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

  • Obtained 320,000 tons/year of low-cost, low-energy chlorine production.

  • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

  • By replacing the purchased chlorine gas, the recycling rate of hydrogen chloride/chlorine gas pipeline network has been increased to 98%, and the corresponding CO2 emissions have been reduced from over 150,000 tons per year to 9,000 tons, which is equivalent to reducing the emissions of 73,000 cars per year.

  • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.

  • The heat generated in the chemical reaction process will also be recovered and reused in the production cycle in the form of steam, thereby greatly reducing the carbon footprint.



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