Production of benzene and toluene in commercial catalytic reforming units
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Operating experience with commercial units has shown that the use of AP-64 catalyst and the resultant improvement in technology (more thorough desulfurization of feedstock and maintenance of lower moisture contents in the reforming system), together with the use of a more severe temperature regime for the process, will produce a substantial increase in benzene and toluene yields.
The stability of the AP-64 catalyst in operation under severe conditions is quite good, and its service life is greater than that of the AP-56 catalyst.
KeywordsBenzene Toluene Service Life Temperature Regime Desulfurization
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