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Nicholas Rollman Phones & Addresses

  • Shoemakersvle, PA
  • Hamburg, PA
  • Slatington, PA
  • Lehighton, PA

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Drying Device For Producing Small Quantities Of Controlled Particle Size Catalysts Which Are Appropriate For Use In Fluidized Bed Operations Such As Fluid Catalytic Cracking

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US Patent:
20080146435, Jun 19, 2008
Filed:
Dec 11, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/001361
Inventors:
William A. Wachter - Flemington NJ, US
Jeffrey T. Elks - Geneva IL, US
Brenda A. Raich - Annandale NJ, US
Theodore E. Datz - Easton PA, US
Mary T. Van Nostrand - Clinton NJ, US
Gordon F. Stuntz - Hellertown PA, US
David O. Marler - Easton PA, US
Nicholas Rollman - Slatington PA, US
International Classification:
B01J 35/02
B01J 29/04
B29B 9/00
US Classification:
502 60, 264101, 264349, 502100, 502150
Abstract:
Catalysts for experimentation are produced having a controlled matrix pore structure. The manufacturing process utilizes tape casting in the drying procedure in which a catalyst slurry is cast on a substrate and dried at a temperature of between about 50° C. to 200° C. for a period of time of about 0.1 to 1.0 hour. The dried catalyst particles can be removed from the substrate by several techniques, including scraping, burning, and deforming the substrate material. The resulting catalytic particles can be produced in an amount of about ca. 3g to 300g from slurries with volumes between 5 cc to 500 cc, which are suitable for small scale FCC reactors and for high throughput experimentation.

Drying Device For Producing Small Quantities Of Controlled Particle Size Catalysts Which Are Appropriate For Use In Fluidized Bed Operations Such As Fluid Catalytic Cracking

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US Patent:
20110152062, Jun 23, 2011
Filed:
Dec 1, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/957817
Inventors:
William A. Wachter - Flemington NJ, US
Brenda A. Raich - Annandale NJ, US
Theodore E. Datz - Easton PA, US
David O. Marler - Easton PA, US
Nicholas Rollman - Hamburg PA, US
Jeffrey T. Elks - Geneva IL, US
Gordon F. Stuntz - Baton Rouge LA, US
Assignee:
EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANY - Annandale NJ
International Classification:
B01J 37/08
B01J 37/10
B01J 35/10
B01J 31/06
B01J 29/04
US Classification:
502 60, 502100, 502159
Abstract:
Catalysts for experimentation are produced having a controlled matrix pore structure. The manufacturing process utilizes tape casting in the drying procedure in which a catalyst slurry is cast on a substrate and dried at a temperature of between about 50° C. to 200° C. for a period of time of about 0.1 to 1.0 hour. The dried catalyst particles can be removed from the substrate by several techniques, including scraping, burning, and deforming the substrate material, The resulting catalytic particles can be produced in an amount of about ca. 3 g to 300 g from slurries with volumes between 5 cc to 500 cc, which are suitable for small scale FCC reactors and for high throughput experimentation.
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