Why we focus on Natural Gas
Molecular sieves are crystalline compounds created from alumina silicates, with controlled and precise structures, which contain pores of uniform size. These compounds have an affinity for various molecules, especially for polar compounds such as water, hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide. Molecular sieves can therefore be used for removing water from sour gas, or they can also be used for sweetening sour gas that exceeds the hydrogen sulfide specification by a few ppm.
An adsorption unit used for water removal in natural gas dehydration and sweetening is called a dehydration unit (DHU). A DHU often consists of two or more vessels, filled with molecular sieves, that adsorb water during an adsorption period and are subsequently regenerated using a heated stream of treated gas.
The application of molecular sieve and activated alumina in Natural Gas
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