METHANOL CRACKING UNIT
the process of MetHANOL CRACKING
Methanol Cracking is an extremely useful technology being used to generate Hydrogen at a low cost. This is because Methanol is considered as a preferred raw material in view of its easy availability and storage features. In this process, methanol and demineralised water are mixed, preheated, evaporated, superheated. Then, the mixed superheated gasses undergo a catalytic process. After that, the present Carbon monoxide shifts to form a mixture of Hydrogen, Carbon dioxide, and other residues. Lastly, the mixture of gasses is transferred to the PSA section to obtain pure Hydrogen.
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Nuberg offers Hydrogen plants based on this technology. The plant offers a short Payback period and is built with high safety and automation features. Nuberg offers a variety of Hydrogen generating units to meet the specific demands of our valued customers, spread all around the world. As the demand for Hydrogen increases around the world, Nuberg innovates its products to keep up with the industrial demands.
APPLICATION in industry
- Chemicals industry
- Petrochemicals industry
- Steel and Metal Processing industries
- Power Generation
- Process Industries
100 – 800 NM³/hr
15 – 25 Bar
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