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Nickel - molibdenia - alumina catalyst “ChKG-09”

Nickel - molibdenia - alumina catalyst “ChKG-09”

THE CATALYST OF ALUMINA-NICKEL-MOLYBDENE “ChKG-09”

KSt 6.3-112:2012 (HS code 381 519 9000)

The catalyst «ChKG-09» is designed for sulfide compounds hydrogenization process from hydrocarbon in ammonia production, for auxiliaries.

The catalyst consists of hydroxide aluminum re –precipitation, ammonium molybdate, nitric-acid nickel and produced in the forms of extrudates with greenish coloring.

Specifications

Physical configuration

Extrudates with greenish coloring

Size of granules, mm

- outer diameter

- length

5,0-6,0

5,0-20,0

Bulk density, kg/dm3, within

0,6±0,7

Mechanical strength – breaking force at squeezing along generatrix, MPa,

- average

- minimum

3,0

1,5

Mass fraction of wastage while transfixion

under 600 ºС-

no more than 5,0

Mass fraction of active components, % nickel oxide, within molybdenum trioxide

2,5-4,0

11,0-14,0

Strength index on breaking, kg/mm diameter of granule, no less than

average

0,8

Activity of catalyst in hydrogenolysis of butylene-alkyl hydrosulphide under300 оС and rate of volume flow 300 h-1, %, no less than h

92

Safety requirements: in accordance with regulations.

Packaging: in clean, dry, non-deformable in transit, tightly closed steel barrels, welded, under State Standard 6247, with capacity of 200 dm3 or in drums of type (50÷100) dm3 State Standard 5044 and in special containers with capacity of 40 dm3.

Transportation: by all modes of closed transport in accordance with traffic activity regulations. The wagon loading is carried out until gross tonnage or weight-carrying capacity during car freight.

Storage: Drums with catalysts must be held in dry, clean building separate from volatile chemical products in tightly closed containers. 


 
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