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Air Products Licenses Monomer Recovery Technology to
Cryo Technologies, Allentown, Pa.

About Monomer Recovery:

Air Products’ proprietary Monomer Recovery Technology combines pressure swing adsorption (PSA) with partial condensation to recover 99+% of C2s-C4s and nitrogen from the polyolefin process purge gas. The recovered olefins and diluents are recycled back into the process to produce product. The system is especially amenable to slurry phase high density PE and PP processes.

Monomer Recovery System Benefits

  • Short-term payback from recovery of unreacted monomers
  • Reduces likelihood of emission excursions that can bottleneck polyolefin production
  • Avoids capital expenditure for purge column modifications required in competitive membrane systems for nitrogen recovery
  • Avoids maintenance expenditure for membrane banks required in competitive membrane technology 

About Cryo Technologies

Air Products is pleased to introduce Cryo Technologies to represent our proprietary Monomer Recovery Technology. Located in Allentown, Pa., Cryo Technologies is a global process equipment supplier that offers cryogenic process systems for separation, liquefaction and distribution of industrial gases and noncryogenic packaged process skids such as hydrogen/oxygen removal systems, automatic dryer packages, oil removal systems, argon purification systems, and packaged skidded vessel/piping systems. Cryo Technologies offers turnkey project capabilities and field service for start-up and commissioning of their equipment and systems. 

To learn more, please contact Richard Hessinger, President, Cryo Technologies at 610-530-7288 or visit their website at www.cryotechnologies.com.


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Learn More

To learn more, please contact:
Richard Hessinger
President, Cryo Technologies
T 610-530-7288
www.cryotechnologies.com

Technical Literature

Realize More Profit from Polyolefin Production
Download PDF (2.0 MB)


Update for Hydrocarbon and Nitrogen Recovery Systems
Download PDF (498 KB)

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