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slurry injection

This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Carlos Di Marco 13 years, 9 months ago.

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  • #4343

    Christy Bohannon
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    Is anyone injecting dewatered oily sludge from our wastewater treatment area (API separator bottoms, DAF float & btms) either on the feed side or quench side? We are evaluating the pros and cons of each. Has anyone seen significant coke quality changes, problems with channeling or odor, or particulate caryover if feed side injection is chosen and the material is fed to the top of the drum? If you do feed side injection, do you feed to the top of the drum or tie in close to a recycle line into the main feed line? What advantages to do see in that method? Thanks for any advice.

  • #7088

    Carlos Di Marco
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    Hi there, could you find information about oily sludge inyection in the coker??. I´m looking for the same information. Please, if you find something or found something can you let me know?
     
    It´d be very appreciated.
     
    Greetings

  • #6861

    hector
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    Hi there, could you find information about recycle quality inyection in the coker?. I´m looking for the same information. Please, if you find something or found something can you let me know?

    It´d be very appreciated.

    Greetings

  • #6857

    Anonymous

    Hector what  is recycle quality for you?or where come from this stream?

  • #6853

    hector
    Participant

    Dear
    My recycle is for Furance – Drum (receiver).Other scenery, I help me, because I am in search engineering, soon we will make the basic engineering. Thank  

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