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The KLP reactor effluent then flows to a distillation column to remove hydrogen and a small amount of heavies formed in the process. The KLP effluent stream is processed in a single-stage extractive distillation unit to separate and recover high-purity 1,3-butadiene. Yields: The combination of the KLP process with butadiene extraction can provide over 100% recovery of the butadiene contained in the feed as product. The recovery is enhanced by the conversion of vinylacetylene to 1,3- butadiene. Total acetylene levels in the product of less than 10 wt-ppm are achievable.

High capacity operation has been fully demonstrated. 95 5 Commercial plants: The first plant, among the largest in the world, began operation in 1992 at the Deer Park (Houston) plant now owned and operated by Resolution Performance Products LLC. Since that time, two other world-scale plants were licensed to the Asia-Pacific market. Licensor: Badger Licensing LLC. BTX aromatics Application: To produce high yields of benzene, toluene, xylenes and ������������ ������� hydrogen from naphthas via the CCR Aromizing process coupled with RegenC continuous catalyst regeneration technology.

In addition, four grassroots plants and an AlCl3 revamp are in the design phase. Fifty percent of the worldwide and 75% of zeolite cumene production are from plants using the Badger process. Economics: Estimated ISBL investment for a 300,000-mtpy unit on the Licensor: Badger Licensing LLC. Yield and product purity: This process is essentially stoichiometric and US Gulf Coast (2004 construction basis), is US$15 million. Cumene Application: Advanced technology to produce high-purity cumene from propylene and benzene using patented catalytic distillation (CD) technology.

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