Hydrogenating Machine

Hydrogenating Machine

Hydrogenating Machine

How to Value Used Chemical Equipment

Hydrogenation is the process of adding hydrogen to something else. This chemical reaction requires the presence of a catalyst such as nickel or platinum.

You may use a hydrogenation machine to:

  • Alter a fat’s consistency.
  • Convert liquid oils into solid fats.
  • Stabilize oils and fats.
  • Increase edible oil and fat availability.

The hydrogenation process will reduce the number of double or triple bonds found in existing hydrocarbons. There are several hydrogenation processes, such as hydrocracking and hydrotreating.

Hydrocracking and Hydrotreating

In an industrial setting, a fixed bed plug flow reactor sends gas and liquid to downflow trickle bed reactors. This area is where hydrocracking and hydrotreating occur. 

Hydrotreating is a common process in the petroleum industry. It helps remove any unwanted compounds from the final product for higher-quality results. You can use hydrotreating to remove nitrogen, sulfur, metals or oxygen compounds.

On the other hand, hydrocracking takes large hydrocarbon molecules and breaks them into smaller ones. Hydrocracking occurs under high pressure and with elevated temperatures.

How It Applies to Different Industries

You can use a hydrogenation machine in multiple industries. Explore a few of them below.

Food

The hydrogenation of oils process turns vegetable oil into solid or semisolid fats. Hydrogenation of these fats causes them to harden. The process improves flavor stability at a cost-effective price because it reduces unsaturation. Often, you will want to hydrogenate vegetable oil to either:

  • Convert natural fats or oils into a solid form with high consistency or melting points, which is helpful for margarine or shortening.
  • Enhance the oxidative stability of fats.

In the food industry, hydrogenated fat is a common substitute for butter fats. Hydrogenated fats and oils are less expensive and easier to store than butter fats.

Completing hydrogenation helps prevent flavor deterioration. The solid and semisolid fats made from hydrogenation are used in products such as:

  • Margarine
  • Candy
  • Spreads
  • Baked goods

You can create different degrees of hydrogenation, determining how easy it is to spread the food product.

Chemical or Pharmaceutical

You could also use a hydrogenation machine in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Hydrogenation of nitrobenzene produces aniline. The nitrobenzene is put with hydrogen inside a reactor, along with a noble metal catalyst.

Most aniline production is for the creation of methylene diisocyanate (MDI). Those in the pharmaceutical industry can also use hydrogenation to make chiral and other activated pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). 

Gas

The hydrocracking process is common in the diesel and gas industries. Here, the hydrocracker takes gas oil and cracks the heavy molecules in the presence of hydrogen and a catalyst to turn them into gasoline and distillate. The process can convert lower-quality gas oils into better and cleaner jet fuel, gas or diesel.

Hydrotreating is also important in the petroleum and gas industry. Impurities in petroleum can potentially damage catalysts, equipment and product quality. Hydrotreating removes these impurities, and it’s often completed before the hydrocracking process.

You have an old piece of equipment — or several pieces — that you need to get off your hands. Maybe you're upgrading to a newer model, or perhaps your facility's needs have changed, and you have to make space for other operations. Either way, selling used equipment that still has some life left can earn you a return on your investment, but how can you ensure you're getting the most bang for your buck?  Your equipment's resale value depends on various factors, many of which are beyond your control as a seller. However, understanding how each of these variables affects the asking price of your used equipment can inform your strategy and help you figure out how to get the best return on your investment.   6 Factors That Affect the Value of Used Equipment  Understanding what impacts used equipment values can help you determine whether you're getting a fair price. The following factors are the most influential in determining resale value.   1. Age  While it is true that older equipment generally has a lower resale value than newer pieces, every machine ages differently. For example, the value of a used air fin cooler will differ from that of a heat exchanger, even though they may be the same age. The extent of use is also more pivotal for some machines than others.   Depreciation plays a significant role in determining how much you can get for your used equipment. While its resale value is usually proportional to the original price, that depends on how long ago the manufacturer first released it. If it has been on the market for more than a few years, you may get a much lower price for it than you expect.  2. Condition  Equipment in good condition is usually more valuable than poorly maintained equipment, regardless of age or brand. For example, if you regularly perform preventive maintenance on an older dryer you're trying to resell, you're likely to get a better price for it than you would if you were trying to sell a newer model you neglected to maintain.   If you're considering selling your equipment or you plan to do so in the future, it's best to sell it while it's still in excellent condition. Perform regular preventive maintenance and inspect your equipment frequently to ensure it's working well. Your facility will experience less downtime, and you'll get a higher return on your investment.  3. Market Value  Changes in the market can dramatically change the price you can expect to get for your used equipment. Two overall markets affect resale value.  Forced-liquidation value: The expected value of an asset in a transaction involving one seller and many potential buyers. FLV is usually a factor in public auctions, where sales are subject to strict timelines, rather than with private resale.  Fair-market value: The typical retail value of equipment in an open, competitive market where both buyers and sellers are well-informed and mutually agree on the price. This price depends on several factors, including the original sale price, the extent of depreciation and the retail value of similar pieces.  Your used equipment's market value will fluctuate depending on the following factors.   Availability of like machines: When plenty of similar machines are saturating the market, your machine's value will inevitably decrease. Similarly, when there are few machines like yours available, you can set a higher asking price. Transportation costs: Depending on your equipment's size and weight, your buyer may need to make an additional investment to move it to their location.  Support costs: Some manufacturers will charge an additional fee to the buyer to supplement the support a second owner needs.   4. Economic Conditions  Changes in the overall state of the economy can significantly impact the value of used machinery. For example, chemical manufacturing plants process less product when a recession occurs, which leads to a decline in demand for equipment. During these periods, you're likely to make less on your sale than you would if you sold during a period of economic growth.  Critical economic factors to watch include:  Changes in political administrations Inflation Stock market fluctuations Interest rates  5. Parts Availability  This factor goes hand in hand with age. Eventually, your original equipment manufacturer will stop producing replacement parts for your equipment because it is now out of date.   You're most likely to get a better price for your equipment while your OEM still supports it. Before you sell, ensure replacement parts are still available and easy to obtain — this is when you'll probably get the best deal.   6. Timing  Properly timing your sale directly impacts resale value. Sometimes, you must get rid of your equipment immediately to make room for new acquisitions, so you opt for a selling method that gets the job done as quickly as possible. However, you're likely to lose out on sales that way.  If you can afford to wait for ideal market conditions, you're likely to have more opportunities to maximize your return.  Tips for Selling Used Equipment  Need some advice on where to start? Here are some additional tips and tricks for maximizing your return on investment.  Clean your equipment: A simple clean-up can work wonders in improving resale value. Performing a thorough cleaning can also help you identify any imperfections, which can impact your resale value.  Take photos and videos: Whether you're working with an equipment company or you plan to sell yourself, providing visual evidence of your equipment's condition can give your potential buyers confidence in their decision to purchase from you. Keep an eye on the market: Knowing how the resale market works is critical to getting the most for your used equipment. Watch price fluctuations and the changing availability of similar equipment to determine the best time to sell. Get an appraisal: Ask a certified equipment appraiser to determine your equipment's resale value. These professionals have years of experience under their belt, allowing them to accurately determine the fair market value of used machinery.  Why Should You Sell to Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company?  We're more than a premier international chemical equipment supplier — we're also a top buyer of chemical industry equipment. Our experienced appraisal team will consider anything you want to sell, from cooling towers to centrifuges.

Buying Used From Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company (LCEC)

At LCEC, we source used equipment such as hydrogenation machines to help you get what you need. Buying used machines and equipment from us offers several benefits, such as:

  • A cost-effective solution: New machines have high upfront costs — why pay extra when you can get a used product that runs the same way for a lower price point?
  • Immediate availability: If you see it for sale, we have it available. There are no lead times for used equipment when you shop with us.
  • Honest listings: All of our equipment is in the condition we tell you it is. We will never surprise or mislead you.
  • A solid reputation: We are well-known in this industry. We source quality used machines to ensure you get products you can rely on.

Contact LCEC to Learn More About Our Used Hydrogenation Machines

Are you ready to buy a used hydrogenation machine? Shop with Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company today. We’re here to help you find the used equipment you need to help your business succeed. We work on an international scale, so no matter where you are, our team can help. Contact us online today for more information!

 

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How to Value Used Chemical Equipment

How to Value Used Chemical Equipment

How to Value Used Chemical Equipment

How to Value Used Chemical Equipment

You have an old piece of equipment — or several pieces — that you need to get off your hands. Maybe you’re upgrading to a newer model, or perhaps your facility’s needs have changed, and you have to make space for other operations. Either way, selling used equipment that still has some life left can earn you a return on your investment, but how can you ensure you’re getting the most bang for your buck?

Your equipment’s resale value depends on various factors, many of which are beyond your control as a seller. However, understanding how each of these variables affects the asking price of your used equipment can inform your strategy and help you figure out how to get the best return on your investment. 

6 Factors That Affect the Value of Used Equipment

Understanding what impacts used equipment values can help you determine whether you’re getting a fair price. The following factors are the most influential in determining resale value. 

1. Age

While it is true that older equipment generally has a lower resale value than newer pieces, every machine ages differently. For example, the value of a used air fin cooler will differ from that of a heat exchanger, even though they may be the same age. The extent of use is also more pivotal for some machines than others. 

Depreciation plays a significant role in determining how much you can get for your used equipment. While its resale value is usually proportional to the original price, that depends on how long ago the manufacturer first released it. If it has been on the market for more than a few years, you may get a much lower price for it than you expect.

2. Condition

Equipment in good condition is usually more valuable than poorly maintained equipment, regardless of age or brand. For example, if you regularly perform preventive maintenance on an older dryer you’re trying to resell, you’re likely to get a better price for it than you would if you were trying to sell a newer model you neglected to maintain. 

If you’re considering selling your equipment or you plan to do so in the future, it’s best to sell it while it’s still in excellent condition. Perform regular preventive maintenance and inspect your equipment frequently to ensure it’s working well. Your facility will experience less downtime, and you’ll get a higher return on your investment.

3. Market Value

Changes in the market can dramatically change the price you can expect to get for your used equipment. Two overall markets affect resale value.

  • Forced-liquidation value: The expected value of an asset in a transaction involving one seller and many potential buyers. FLV is usually a factor in public auctions, where sales are subject to strict timelines, rather than with private resale. 
  • Fair-market value: The typical retail value of equipment in an open, competitive market where both buyers and sellers are well-informed and mutually agree on the price. This price depends on several factors, including the original sale price, the extent of depreciation and the retail value of similar pieces.

Your used equipment’s market value will fluctuate depending on the following factors. 

  • Availability of like machines: When plenty of similar machines are saturating the market, your machine’s value will inevitably decrease. Similarly, when there are few machines like yours available, you can set a higher asking price.
  • Transportation costs: Depending on your equipment’s size and weight, your buyer may need to make an additional investment to move it to their location. 
  • Support costs: Some manufacturers will charge an additional fee to the buyer to supplement the support a second owner needs. 

4. Economic Conditions

Changes in the overall state of the economy can significantly impact the value of used machinery. For example, chemical manufacturing plants process less product when a recession occurs, which leads to a decline in demand for equipment. During these periods, you’re likely to make less on your sale than you would if you sold during a period of economic growth.

Critical economic factors to watch include:

  • Changes in political administrations
  • Inflation
  • Stock market fluctuations
  • Interest rates

5. Parts Availability

This factor goes hand in hand with age. Eventually, your original equipment manufacturer will stop producing replacement parts for your equipment because it is now out of date. 

You’re most likely to get a better price for your equipment while your OEM still supports it. Before you sell, ensure replacement parts are still available and easy to obtain — this is when you’ll probably get the best deal. 

6. Timing

Properly timing your sale directly impacts resale value. Sometimes, you must get rid of your equipment immediately to make room for new acquisitions, so you opt for a selling method that gets the job done as quickly as possible. However, you’re likely to lose out on sales that way.

If you can afford to wait for ideal market conditions, you’re likely to have more opportunities to maximize your return.

Tips for Selling Used Equipment

Need some advice on where to start? Here are some additional tips and tricks for maximizing your return on investment.

  • Clean your equipment: A simple clean-up can work wonders in improving resale value. Performing a thorough cleaning can also help you identify any imperfections, which can impact your resale value. 
  • Take photos and videos: Whether you’re working with an equipment company or you plan to sell yourself, providing visual evidence of your equipment’s condition can give your potential buyers confidence in their decision to purchase from you.
  • Keep an eye on the market: Knowing how the resale market works is critical to getting the most for your used equipment. Watch price fluctuations and the changing availability of similar equipment to determine the best time to sell.
  • Get an appraisal: Ask a certified equipment appraiser to determine your equipment’s resale value. These professionals have years of experience under their belt, allowing them to accurately determine the fair market value of used machinery.

Why Should You Sell to Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company?

We’re more than a premier international chemical equipment supplier — we’re also a top buyer of chemical industry equipment. Our experienced appraisal team will consider anything you want to sell, from cooling towers to centrifuges. 

You have an old piece of equipment — or several pieces — that you need to get off your hands. Maybe you're upgrading to a newer model, or perhaps your facility's needs have changed, and you have to make space for other operations. Either way, selling used equipment that still has some life left can earn you a return on your investment, but how can you ensure you're getting the most bang for your buck?  Your equipment's resale value depends on various factors, many of which are beyond your control as a seller. However, understanding how each of these variables affects the asking price of your used equipment can inform your strategy and help you figure out how to get the best return on your investment.   6 Factors That Affect the Value of Used Equipment  Understanding what impacts used equipment values can help you determine whether you're getting a fair price. The following factors are the most influential in determining resale value.   1. Age  While it is true that older equipment generally has a lower resale value than newer pieces, every machine ages differently. For example, the value of a used air fin cooler will differ from that of a heat exchanger, even though they may be the same age. The extent of use is also more pivotal for some machines than others.   Depreciation plays a significant role in determining how much you can get for your used equipment. While its resale value is usually proportional to the original price, that depends on how long ago the manufacturer first released it. If it has been on the market for more than a few years, you may get a much lower price for it than you expect.  2. Condition  Equipment in good condition is usually more valuable than poorly maintained equipment, regardless of age or brand. For example, if you regularly perform preventive maintenance on an older dryer you're trying to resell, you're likely to get a better price for it than you would if you were trying to sell a newer model you neglected to maintain.   If you're considering selling your equipment or you plan to do so in the future, it's best to sell it while it's still in excellent condition. Perform regular preventive maintenance and inspect your equipment frequently to ensure it's working well. Your facility will experience less downtime, and you'll get a higher return on your investment.  3. Market Value  Changes in the market can dramatically change the price you can expect to get for your used equipment. Two overall markets affect resale value.  Forced-liquidation value: The expected value of an asset in a transaction involving one seller and many potential buyers. FLV is usually a factor in public auctions, where sales are subject to strict timelines, rather than with private resale.  Fair-market value: The typical retail value of equipment in an open, competitive market where both buyers and sellers are well-informed and mutually agree on the price. This price depends on several factors, including the original sale price, the extent of depreciation and the retail value of similar pieces.  Your used equipment's market value will fluctuate depending on the following factors.   Availability of like machines: When plenty of similar machines are saturating the market, your machine's value will inevitably decrease. Similarly, when there are few machines like yours available, you can set a higher asking price. Transportation costs: Depending on your equipment's size and weight, your buyer may need to make an additional investment to move it to their location.  Support costs: Some manufacturers will charge an additional fee to the buyer to supplement the support a second owner needs.   4. Economic Conditions  Changes in the overall state of the economy can significantly impact the value of used machinery. For example, chemical manufacturing plants process less product when a recession occurs, which leads to a decline in demand for equipment. During these periods, you're likely to make less on your sale than you would if you sold during a period of economic growth.  Critical economic factors to watch include:  Changes in political administrations Inflation Stock market fluctuations Interest rates  5. Parts Availability  This factor goes hand in hand with age. Eventually, your original equipment manufacturer will stop producing replacement parts for your equipment because it is now out of date.   You're most likely to get a better price for your equipment while your OEM still supports it. Before you sell, ensure replacement parts are still available and easy to obtain — this is when you'll probably get the best deal.   6. Timing  Properly timing your sale directly impacts resale value. Sometimes, you must get rid of your equipment immediately to make room for new acquisitions, so you opt for a selling method that gets the job done as quickly as possible. However, you're likely to lose out on sales that way.  If you can afford to wait for ideal market conditions, you're likely to have more opportunities to maximize your return.  Tips for Selling Used Equipment  Need some advice on where to start? Here are some additional tips and tricks for maximizing your return on investment.  Clean your equipment: A simple clean-up can work wonders in improving resale value. Performing a thorough cleaning can also help you identify any imperfections, which can impact your resale value.  Take photos and videos: Whether you're working with an equipment company or you plan to sell yourself, providing visual evidence of your equipment's condition can give your potential buyers confidence in their decision to purchase from you. Keep an eye on the market: Knowing how the resale market works is critical to getting the most for your used equipment. Watch price fluctuations and the changing availability of similar equipment to determine the best time to sell. Get an appraisal: Ask a certified equipment appraiser to determine your equipment's resale value. These professionals have years of experience under their belt, allowing them to accurately determine the fair market value of used machinery.  Why Should You Sell to Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company?  We're more than a premier international chemical equipment supplier — we're also a top buyer of chemical industry equipment. Our experienced appraisal team will consider anything you want to sell, from cooling towers to centrifuges.

In addition to appraising and buying used equipment, we also provide the following services:

  • Consulting and studies
  • Equipment removal
  • Inventory services
  • Complete plant purchases
  • Used equipment sales

Reach out to us today for more information about what we can do for your facility. 

Sell Your Used Equipment to LCEC

Are you looking to sell used chemical equipment? Provide us with some information, and we’ll get back to you with more details about our process. Get started by filling out our online form here.  

 

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Gas Turbines vs. Steam Turbines

Gas Turbines vs. Steam Turbines

Gas Turbines vs. Steam Turbines

If your industrial operation relies on turbines for power generation, you may question whether steam or gas is the right type for you. While these systems operate differently from each other, there are other factors such as efficiency, cost and space to consider.

How Does a Gas Turbine Work?

Gas turbines rely on combustion to operate. These systems use compressed air and fuel to create hot exhaust gas that can produce power or electricity. The primary components of a gas turbine are a compressor, a combustion chamber and the turbine blades that create rotational energy with the exhaust gas.

How Does a Steam Turbine Work?

Steam turbines rely on the expansion of water to turn the rotors and create energy. Steam turbines have a simple design compared to gas turbines. A boiler heats water to turn it into steam, and pumps push it through rotors at a high velocity. 

What Are the Differences Between Gas and Steam Turbines?

Aside from relying on different fuel sources to run, there are other notable differences between gas and steam turbines. Understanding what separates them can help you determine which turbine type is best for your operation. Significant differences include:

  • Efficiency: One of the first questions people ask is, “Which is more efficient, steam turbines or gas turbines?” Since steam can hold high amounts of energy from the latent heat of vaporization, steam models are much more efficient than gas turbines.
  • Cost: On top of installation expenses, the cost to continually heat water for a steam turbine is much higher than the running costs of a gas turbine.
  • Space: Steam turbines typically take up more space than gas models with the boiler component. If you’re planning on installing a turbine, consider how much installation space you have available.
  • Cleanliness: The boilers in steam turbines can use fossil fuel alternatives to heat the water, and the steam is free of emissions. If you’re looking to cut down on your carbon footprint, steam models are a better option.
  • Starting time: Steam turbines take more time to start up than gas turbines because water needs to be heated before the system can run.

Browse Turbines at LCEC

At Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, we carry a range of used turbines for chemical processing operations and other industries. With both gas and steam models available, you can find the right type based on your priorities. Browse our full inventory today and search turbines by sub-class to find gas or steam models. If you have questions for us, contact our team.

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Selling Used Manufacturing Equipment

Selling Used Manufacturing Equipment

Selling Used Manufacturing Equipment

Your operation may have purchased used equipment in the past, but selling used equipment is an option too. Your operation’s goals may change, and you no longer need a machine you once did. Other times, you buy a newer model to meet productivity demands, and the old one sits and takes up space.

Regardless of why your industrial equipment is sitting untouched, selling it with a reliable buyer can be a smart move for your company. At Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, we’re prepared to buy.

Why Sell Used Industrial Equipment?

Selling used equipment comes with three major benefits:

  • Clear up storage: Whether you keep idle equipment in a storage facility or tucked away on the production floor, it’s taking up valuable space. Selling this equipment will help you cut down on storage costs or dedicate the space to equipment that you use.
  • Save on maintenance: Unused industrial equipment on your factory floor still needs regular maintenance to ensure it’s functional. Investing in maintenance programs for machines you don’t use is time and money lost. Say goodbye to idle equipment along with the associated costs when you sell your used machines.
  • Recover unused capital: Your equipment required an investment, and when it’s not doing anything for your operation, your capital isn’t serving your company. Sell your used equipment to recover your investment and dedicate it to something more meaningful for your company.
Why Sell Used Industrial Equipment?

How to Sell Used Industrial Equipment

At LCEC, we have a straightforward sales process to help you recover capital. Generally, the sales process will look like this:

  1. Get in touch with us. LCEC is a used equipment expert. Whether you’ve purchased something from us before or you’re searching for a reliable buyer, you can count on us for a simple sales process for your used equipment.
  2. Send photos. Our team wants to assess your equipment to determine its value. We’ll ask for various photos to determine the condition of your machine, so we can give you an appropriate price.
  3. Agree to the sale. If you agree to the sale, we’ll organize a payment method. Our team can offer cash or credit to our store. We can even organize a trade for one of our inventory items of similar value.

What We Buy

If you take a look at the equipment categories on our site, you can get an idea of the types of products we purchase. We focus on a wide range of chemical processing equipment such as:

  • Agitators
  • Centrifuges
  • Exchangers
  • Injection molders
  • Blowers
  • Turbines
  • Screeners
  • Pumps
  • Extruders
  • And much more

We also purchase complete plants designed for advanced processes, such as:

  • Hydrocracker reactors
  • Formaldehyde plants
  • Hydrogen plants
  • Ammonium equipment

Industries We Serve

While we call ourselves a chemical equipment company, the industries we serve go far beyond chemical processing. Other sectors we serve include:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Oil and gas
  • Petrochemicals
  • Food and beverage
  • Rubber and plastics
  • Packaging
  • Research and development (R&D)

Sell Your Equipment to LCEC

At LCEC, we’re dedicated to making the selling process a simple process. Fill out our selling form today, and we’ll reach out to you with more information.

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TWO CO2 COMPRESSIONDEHYDRATION SYSTEMS

TWO CO2 COMPRESSION
DEHYDRATION SYSTEMS

TWO CO2 COMPRESSION DEHYDRATION SYSTEMS FOR SALE

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TWO CO2 COMPRESSIONDEHYDRATION SYSTEMS FOR SALE

The purpose of the CO2 compression system is to prepare the CO2 for delivery to an off-taker for EOR use. The CO2 is liberated from the AGR semi-lean solvent loop at two pressure levels approximately 50 psig and 5 psig. The two streams flow into a multi-stage CO2 compressor (CO1080) after passing through knockout drums (DR1078 and DR1079) to remove any residual droplets of solvent. The LP CO2 enters the first stage of the compressor and proceeds through two stages of compression with subsequent intercooling. Prior to the third stage, the LP stream is combined with the MP CO2. The gas is then compressed via two additional stages and with associated intercooling.

Following the fourth stage, the entire gas stream exits the compressor and passes through a dehydration unit (PG1080) and the CO2 mercury adsorber (RX1080). These additional steps are necessary to meet the purity requirements of the off-taker. The CO2 stream returns to the CO2 compressor where the gas is compressed into the dense phase to the final off-take pressure 2,150 psig. Following the compressor, the CO2 is cooled to the off-take temperature 100 °F in the compressor aftercooler (HX1085). Finally the CO2 streams from each gasifier train are combined and delivered to the pipeline.

The CO2 compressor is an eight-stage, integral-gear compressor with a synchronous motor drive. The machine is controlled by three sets of adjustable inlet guide vanes. It is further protected from the effects of surge by three separate recirculation loops. A dynamic simulation study was performed on the CO2 compressor to confirm its operability and safety design and it is recommend for future complex compression systems.

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SELEXOL CO2 REMOVAL PLANT AVAILABLE CONSISTING OF TWO SEPARATE LINES

SELEXOL CO2 REMOVAL PLANT AVAILABLE CONSISTING OF TWO SEPARATE LINES

SELEXOL CO2 REMOVAL PLANT AVAILABLE CONSISTING OF TWO SEPARATE LINES

CO2 Removal Plant for Sale

Chemical Processing Equipment Available from LCEC.

SELEXOL PROCESS RELIABILITY
The Selexol process is a proven commercial process that uses a physical solvent to remove acid gases from synthetic or
natural gas streams. The process uses Dow Chemical’s Selexol solvent made of a mixture of dimethyl ethers of polyethylene glycol. The solvent is chemically inert and not subject to degradation.

SELEXOL DESIGN FEATURES
The Selexol process was introduced over 35 years ago and more than 60 Selexol units have been put into commercial service to date. The most recent applications focus on treating of synthetic gas from gasification complexes for power and hydrogen production. Three units have been in operation in this service since 2000 and have operated with high on stream efficiencies and better than design product qualities.

For assistance with choosing the best CO2 Removal Plant for your chemical equipment needs, please do not hesitate to contact us.

THE UNIT CAN PROCESS ABOUT 536 MMSCFD OF SYNGAS TO REMOVE CO2 FROM 22.37 MOLE% DOWN TO ~0.5 MOLE% AND 3130 PPM H2S DOWN TO <5 PPMV. NORMAL OPERATING CAPACITY ~509 MMSCFD. SELEXOL PROCESS RELIABILITY.

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New Liquidation • East Coast

New Liquidation • East Coast

New Liquidation from LCEC

Glass Lined Reactors, Glass Lined Vessels

Glass Lined Reactors, Glass Lined Vessels, and Stainless Steel Tanks.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company is the leader in used process equipment sales and complete industrial plants. LCEC has a new LIQUIDATION available, including: Glass Lined Reactors, Glass Lined Vessels, and Stainless Steel Tanks.

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Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, L.L.C.
offers an extensive range of quality chemical process equipment and Complete Chemical Plants with competitive pricing.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

REAL EXPERIENCE

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Looking to upgrade your Ammonia Facility?

Looking to upgrade your Ammonia Facility?

Unused Kellogg Ammonia Equipment

Looking to upgrade your Ammonia Facility?

Unused Kellogg Ammonia Equipment Built for 1,500 TPD Kellogg Ammonia Plant.

Complete Compressor Train: Kellogg 101 100425 – 101J Air Compressor Mfg. Delaval Model 9CK37 100427 – 101J Air Compressor Mfg. Delaval Model 5CDK44 47,762 ACFM 100426 – 101JT Steam Turbine 16,929 HP/7,980 RPM Mfg. Delaval Model HJDF.

Complete Compressor Trains: Kellogg 105 95055 – 105J Ammonia Refrigeration 10,210 HP/7,250 RPM Mfg. Delaval Model 8CK44 14,010 ACFM 95056 – 105J Ammonia Refrigeration 3,075 HP/7,250 RPM Mfg. Delaval Model 7CL44 12,000 ACFM 95057 – 105JT Ammonia Refrigeration Steam Turbine 16,929 HP/7,300 RPM Mfg. Delaval Model HJ-DF-MV.

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Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, L.L.C.
offers an extensive range of quality chemical process equipment and Complete Chemical Plants with competitive pricing.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

REAL EXPERIENCE

REAL SOLUTIONS

NEW LIQUIDATION • EAST COAST, USA

NEW LIQUIDATION • EAST COAST, USA

NEW LIQUIDATION • EAST COAST, USA

NEW LIQUIDATION • EAST COAST

At LCEC we buy and sell new and used process equipment and industrial plants. Our inventory includes used heat exchangers, tanks, pumps, columns, compressors, reactors/vessels, complete plants and much more. If you have any chemical equipment needs or have surplus equipment for sale, feel free to reach out.

This week LCEC has new Liquidations from East Coast, USA. Glass Lined Reactors, Glass Lined Vessels, & Stainless Steel Tanks are among our process equipment for Sale right now.

Liquidation

 

 

 

Liquidation

 

 

 

Liquidation

 

 

 

Liquidation

 

 

 

Liquidation

 

 

 

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Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, L.L.C.
offers an extensive range of quality chemical process equipment and Complete Chemical Plants with competitive pricing.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

REAL EXPERIENCE

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Unused Ultra-Low Nox Heatec heater and unused air fin coolers

Unused Ultra-Low Nox Heatec heater and unused air fin coolers

Unused Ultra-Low Nox vertical Natural Gas Fired Heater Package.

Unused 22MMBTU/HR Ultra-Low Nox Heatec Fired Heater and Unused Air Fin Coolers for Sale

Chemical Processing Equipment for Sale from LCEC.

Unused Ultra-Low Nox vertical Natural Gas Fired Heater Package. Heatec Model 16010-40. Coil Duty is 20,380,687 Btu/hr. Economizer Duty is 1,759,313 Btu/hr. The Heater Duty is 22,140,000 Btu/hr. The Required Burner Input (HHV) is 30,555,370 Btu/hr.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, LLC
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Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company, L.L.C.
offers an extensive range of quality chemical process equipment and Complete Chemical Plants with competitive pricing.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

REAL EXPERIENCE

REAL SOLUTIONS

NUTSCHE FILTERS FOR SALE from lcec

NUTSCHE FILTERS FOR SALE from lcec

used NUTSCHE FILTERS FOR SALE

NUTSCHE FILTERS

Chemical Processing Equipment for Sale from LCEC.

 

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Chemical Process Equipment

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Baton Rouge, LA

P.O. Box 65064, 70896
7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A
Baton Rouge, LA, 70809
Phone 225-923-3602
Fax: 225-926-5237

LaPorte, TX

P.O. Box 1490, 77572
11100 Hwy 225
La Porte, TX, 77571
Phone 281-471-4900
Fax 281-470-2968

Mexico

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Colombia

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Puerto Rico

PO Box 190725
San Juan
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Tel: 787-721-2477
Mob: 787-640-0353
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LCEC Storage Yard Locations:
Baton Rouge, LA • Orange, TX • Green Springs, Ohio • Williamsport, NJ • Enid, OKLaValle, Quebec, Canada • Liberty, SC • Belfast, Northern Ireland • Johannesburg, South Africa • Seoul, South Korea • Manchester, England • Priolo, Italy • Roven, FranceFrankfurt, Germany • Oulu, Finland • Perth, Australia

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Co., L.L.C. (LCEC’s) executive offices are located in Baton Rouge, LA and we have chemical processing equipment worldwide. From Complete Plants too Heat Exchangers and Centrifuges, we have you covered.

Our LaPorte, TX office host our sales team and one of our Chemical Plant equipment storage yard. We are positioned to help you find your chemical products, dismantle, and relocate anywhere. If you are a Plant owner, or  looking for chemical processing equipment contact our knowledgable and experienced staff today.

LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

214,000 LB/HR BOILER manufactured by Cleaver Brooks

214,000 LB/HR BOILER manufactured by Cleaver Brooks

214,000 LB/HR BOILER FOR SALE

214,000 LB/HR BOILER FOR SALE

Chemical Processing Equipment for Sale from LCEC.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company carries quality liquidation chemical equipment and complete plants. Currently available is this used boiler manufactured by Cleaver Brooks. This used water tube boiler capabilities include: 214,000 LBS/HR, 6294 HP, & 450 PSI.

LCEC’s Sales Team has extensive experience with used and unused chemical process equipment, surplus, & liquidations.

 

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Chemical Process Equipment

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company Toll Free +1-866-289-5232 International +1-281-471-4900
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Baton Rouge, LA

P.O. Box 65064, 70896
7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A
Baton Rouge, LA, 70809
Phone 225-923-3602
Fax: 225-926-5237

LaPorte, TX

P.O. Box 1490, 77572
11100 Hwy 225
La Porte, TX, 77571
Phone 281-471-4900
Fax 281-470-2968

Mexico

QUINTAS DEL SENDERO 120
COLONIA QUINTAS DE
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Phone: 52-81-86612675
Fax: 52-81-86612223

Colombia

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Phone: 575-358-0478
Fax: 575-3603624
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Email: colombiasales@lcec.com

Puerto Rico

PO Box 190725
San Juan
PR 00919-0725
Tel: 787-721-2477
Mob: 787-640-0353
Email: PuertoRicoSales@LCEC.com

United Kingdom

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LCEC Storage Yard Locations:
Baton Rouge, LA • Orange, TX • Green Springs, Ohio • Williamsport, NJ • Enid, OKLaValle, Quebec, Canada • Liberty, SC • Belfast, Northern Ireland • Johannesburg, South Africa • Seoul, South Korea • Manchester, England • Priolo, Italy • Roven, FranceFrankfurt, Germany • Oulu, Finland • Perth, Australia

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Co., L.L.C. (LCEC’s) executive offices are located in Baton Rouge, LA and we have chemical processing equipment worldwide. From Complete Plants too Heat Exchangers and Centrifuges, we have you covered.

Our LaPorte, TX office host our sales team and one of our Chemical Plant equipment storage yard. We are positioned to help you find your chemical products, dismantle, and relocate anywhere. If you are a Plant owner, or  looking for chemical processing equipment contact our knowledgable and experienced staff today.

LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

Used Heat Exchangers

Used Heat Exchangers

Used Heat Exchangers

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company offers an extensive range of quality chemical process equipment and competitive pricing.

Used Heat Exchangers

Chemical Processing Equipment for Sale from LCEC.

Heat Exchangers for Sale. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company carries industry standard Heat Exchangers for efficient performance and proven reliability. We have more than 1,000 used, new and surplus heat exchangers. Available this week, we recently acquired Unused Carbate Heat Exchangers.

 

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Chemical Process Equipment

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company Toll Free +1-866-289-5232 International +1-281-471-4900
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Baton Rouge, LA

P.O. Box 65064, 70896
7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A
Baton Rouge, LA, 70809
Phone 225-923-3602
Fax: 225-926-5237

LaPorte, TX

P.O. Box 1490, 77572
11100 Hwy 225
La Porte, TX, 77571
Phone 281-471-4900
Fax 281-470-2968

Mexico

QUINTAS DEL SENDERO 120
COLONIA QUINTAS DE
ANAHUAC ESCOBEDO, NUEVO
LEON, MEXICO
C.P. 66059
Phone: 52-81-86612675
Fax: 52-81-86612223

Colombia

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Phone: 575-358-0478
Fax: 575-3603624
Cell: 57-3007070202
Email: colombiasales@lcec.com

Puerto Rico

PO Box 190725
San Juan
PR 00919-0725
Tel: 787-721-2477
Mob: 787-640-0353
Email: PuertoRicoSales@LCEC.com

United Kingdom

Orchard House
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TS15 9PJ
Tel: +44(0) 1642 789438
Cell: +44(0) 7960 922525

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LCEC Storage Yard Locations:
Baton Rouge, LA • Orange, TX • Green Springs, Ohio • Williamsport, NJ • Enid, OKLaValle, Quebec, Canada • Liberty, SC • Belfast, Northern Ireland • Johannesburg, South Africa • Seoul, South Korea • Manchester, England • Priolo, Italy • Roven, FranceFrankfurt, Germany • Oulu, Finland • Perth, Australia

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Co., L.L.C. (LCEC’s) executive offices are located in Baton Rouge, LA and we have chemical processing equipment worldwide. From Complete Plants too Heat Exchangers and Centrifuges, we have you covered.

Our LaPorte, TX office host our sales team and one of our Chemical Plant equipment storage yard. We are positioned to help you find your chemical products, dismantle, and relocate anywhere. If you are a Plant owner, or  looking for chemical processing equipment contact our knowledgable and experienced staff today.

LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

100,000 Ton Stacker, Radial, Reclaimer • Schade Aumund

100,000 Ton Stacker, Radial, Reclaimer • Schade Aumund

LCEC • real experience, real solutions

100,000 Ton Stacker, Radial, Reclaimer • Schade Aumund

100,000 Ton Stacker, Radial, Reclaimer • Schade Aumund

LCEC delivers over 50 years of real experience and real solutions. From Heat Exchangers to Cooling Tower, we have you covered. Choose from our extensive online equipment inventory. New and used chemical process equipment and complete plants.

Our current specials include:
– Wet Sulfuric Acid (WSA) – 712 MTPD
– Selexol CO2 Removal, Qty 2 lines – 536 mm scfd each
– CO2 Dehydration, Qty 2 lines
– Nitrogen Production – 2.858,000 scf/hr
– Ammonia Loading System – 200,000 gallon capacity

Louisiana chemical equipment company

Real Experience, Real Solutions

LCEC’s personnel are qualified, experienced and eager to assist you.
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We buy and sell Complete Chemical Plants and Process Equipment Worldwide. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company has locations around the globe, which gives us the ability to acquire entire Complete Plants for relocation. If your looking for Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Complete Plant our sales team is here to help you.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company buys and sells complete chemical plants and process equipment on a worldwide. If you need Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Process Complete Plant, our team is here to help.

TRY OUR ADVANCED SEARCH FOR MORE DETAILS

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Agitators

Chemical Processing Equipment for Sale from LCEC.

Our agitators are machines that process product in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and chemical plant industry. Agitators mix liquids together and promote reactions, including increasing heat transfer.

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Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company Toll Free +1-866-289-5232 International +1-281-471-4900
+1-225-923-3602sales@LCEC.complants@LCEC.com

Baton Rouge, LA

P.O. Box 65064, 70896
7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A
Baton Rouge, LA, 70809
Phone 225-923-3602
Fax: 225-926-5237

LaPorte, TX

P.O. Box 1490, 77572
11100 Hwy 225
La Porte, TX, 77571
Phone 281-471-4900
Fax 281-470-2968

Mexico

QUINTAS DEL SENDERO 120
COLONIA QUINTAS DE
ANAHUAC ESCOBEDO, NUEVO
LEON, MEXICO
C.P. 66059
Phone: 52-81-86612675
Fax: 52-81-86612223

Colombia

Cra.53#75-87
Oficina 3 -Office Center
BARRANQUILLA
Phone: 575-358-0478
Fax: 575-3603624
Cell: 57-3007070202
Email: colombiasales@lcec.com

Puerto Rico

PO Box 190725
San Juan
PR 00919-0725
Tel: 787-721-2477
Mob: 787-640-0353
Email: PuertoRicoSales@LCEC.com

United Kingdom

Orchard House
Low Worsall
North Yorkshire
TS15 9PJ
Tel: +44(0) 1642 789438
Cell: +44(0) 7960 922525

LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

Dismantled Nitric Acid Plant for Sale

Dismantled Nitric Acid Plant for Sale

LCEC • real experience, real solutions

Dismantled Nitric Acid Plant for Sale

This dismantled Nitric Acid Plant for sale by Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company is capable of producing 300 TPD. The equipment is stored at LCEC’s site in LaPorte, Texas. There is the technical documentation available including operating manuals, process descriptions, P&ID’s to re-rect this plant at another location. Additionally we have the dismantling and match marking package that was done.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

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LCEC’s personnel are qualified, experienced and eager to assist you.
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We buy and sell Complete Chemical Plants and Process Equipment Worldwide. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company has locations around the globe, which gives us the ability to acquire entire Complete Plants for relocation. If your looking for Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Complete Plant our sales team is here to help you.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company buys and sells complete chemical plants and process equipment on a worldwide. If you need Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Process Complete Plant, our team is here to help.

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LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

15.7 MMSCFD Syngas Plant

15.7 MMSCFD Syngas Plant

FEATURED COMPLETE CHEMICAL PLANTS

15.7 MMSCFD Syngas Plant for Sale

Syngas Plant for Sale from LCEC. This Hydro-Chem (now Linde) designed 15.7 MMSCFD (18,500 Nm3/hr) syngas reforming plant almost like new immediately available for purchase. The plant was built in 2016 and operated for only a few months. This plant was designed to use landfill gas and/or natural gas to produce synthesis gas, which is then converted into paraffinic naphtha, diesel and wax by Fischer-Tropsch process.

The syngas output flow rate is at 500°F and 175 psig. The syngas has the following composition (mol %): Hydrogen 43.01, Carbon Monoxide 16.37, Carbon Dioxide 8.34, Nitrogen 3.90, Methane 1.42, Argon 0.16, Water 26.79. Capacity may be varied from the control panel from 100% of design to 40% of design. The syngas can also be further processed depending on the desired final products such as ammonia and methanol.If potential client adds shift converter, PSA system, and an Amine System the assets could produce approximately 6-7 MMSCFD of pure Hydrogen.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

Real Experience, Real Solutions

LCEC’s personnel are qualified, experienced and eager to assist you.
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We buy and sell Complete Chemical Plants and Process Equipment Worldwide. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company has locations around the globe, which gives us the ability to acquire entire Complete Plants for relocation. If your looking for Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Complete Plant our sales team is here to help you.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company buys and sells complete chemical plants and process equipment on a worldwide. If you need Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Process Complete Plant, our team is here to help.

TRY OUR ADVANCED SEARCH FOR MORE DETAILS

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LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

2,500 TPD Nitrogen Plant

2,500 TPD Nitrogen Plant

FEATURED COMPLETE CHEMICAL PLANTS

2,500 TPD Nitrogen Plant

For Sale from LCEC, a 2,500 TPD Nitrogen Plant manufactured by Air Liquide.

• 2,858,000 SCF/HR AT A PURITY OF 99.9% (0.1 & 02 maximum)

Louisiana chemical equipment company

Real Experience, Real Solutions

LCEC’s personnel are qualified, experienced and eager to assist you.
+1-225-923-3602sales@LCEC.complants@LCEC.com

We buy and sell Complete Chemical Plants and Process Equipment Worldwide. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company has locations around the globe, which gives us the ability to acquire entire Complete Plants for relocation. If your looking for Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Complete Plant our sales team is here to help you.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company buys and sells complete chemical plants and process equipment on a worldwide. If you need Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Process Complete Plant, our team is here to help.

TRY OUR ADVANCED SEARCH FOR MORE DETAILS

Baton Rouge, LA

P.O. Box 65064, 70896
7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A
Baton Rouge, LA, 70809
Phone (225) 923-3602
Fax: (225) 926-5237

LaPorte, TX

P.O. Box 1490, 77572
11100 Hwy 225
La Porte, TX, 77571
Phone (281) 471-4900
Fax (281) 470-2968

Mexico

QUINTAS DEL SENDERO 120
COLONIA QUINTAS DE
ANAHUAC ESCOBEDO, NUEVO
LEON, MEXICO
C.P. 66059
Phone: (52)(81)86612675
Fax: (52)(81)86612223

Colombia

Cra.53#75-87
Oficina 3 -Office Center
BARRANQUILLA
Phone: 575-3580478
Fax: 575-3603624
Cell: 57-3007070202
Email: colombiasales@lcec.com

Puerto Rico

PO Box 190725
San Juan
PR 00919-0725
Tel: 787-721-2477
Mob: 787-640-0353
Email: PuertoRicoSales@LCEC.com

United Kingdom

Orchard House
Low Worsall
North Yorkshire
TS15 9PJ
Tel: +44(0) 1642 789438
Cell: +44(0) 7960 922525

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LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

Selexol CO2 Removal Plant

Selexol CO2 Removal Plant

FEATURED COMPLETE CHEMICAL PLANTS

Selexol CO2 Removal Plant

This Selexol CO2 Removal Plant is currently available from Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company. The Selexol Process is uses a physical solvent to remove acid gases from synthetic or natural gas streams. This process uses Dow Chemical’s Selexol solvent with a mixture of dimethyl ethers of polyethylene glycol. The solvent is chemically inert and not subject to degradation.

This process was introduced over 35 years ago and more than 60 Selexol units have been put into commercial service to date. The most recent applications focus on treating of synthetic gas from gasification complexes for power and hydrogen production. Three units have been in operation in this service since 2000 and have operated with high on stream efficiencies and better than design product qualities.

 

This unit can process about 536 MMSCFD of Syngas to remove CO2 from 22.37 Mole% down to ~0.5 <Mole% and 3130 PPM H2S down to <5 PPMV. Normal Operating Capacity ~509 MMSCFD.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

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LCEC’s personnel are qualified, experienced and eager to assist you.
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We buy and sell Complete Chemical Plants and Process Equipment Worldwide. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company has locations around the globe, which gives us the ability to acquire entire Complete Plants for relocation. If your looking for Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Complete Plant our sales team is here to help you.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company buys and sells complete chemical plants and process equipment on a worldwide. If you need Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Process Complete Plant, our team is here to help.

TRY OUR ADVANCED SEARCH FOR MORE DETAILS

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plants@LCEC.com

LCEC’s Home Facility in the Greater Baton Rouge Area • 7911 Wrenwood, Ste. A • Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 • Phone (225) 923-3602 • Fax: (225) 926-5237

LCEC in the Greater Houston Area • 11100 Hwy 225 • La Porte, TX, 77571 • Phone (281) 471-4900 • Fax (281) 470-2968

Hydrocracker Reactors

Hydrocracker Reactors

FEATURED COMPLETE CHEMICAL PLANTS

(2) Unused Hydrocracker Reators

(1) Unused Hydrocracker Reactor, 12’ID X 80’T-T (103’ overall length), 2755psig @ 850F, SA-336M F22V (Modified 2 1/4Cr-1Mo-V steel) w/TP317L Stainless Steel Weld Overlay, Built 2010 by Kobelco Steel Japan, ASME Code and National Board Registered (909), s/n 090053. Stored under Nitrogen Purge. All available data books, drawings & technical data is included. Reactor Internals are also available for an additional charge. Purchase and use of the internals and/or the Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) Technology called ISOMIX require the buyer to enter into a licensing agreement with CLG. Introduction to CLG provided upon request. Warehouse crates include, but are not limited to, top & bottom connecting pipes, anchor bolts, anchor bolt templates, and reactor internal components. Shipping saddles are included.

(1) Unused Hydrocracker Reactor, 11’ 11”ID X 56’ 7”T-T (80’ overall length), 2755psig @ 850F, SA-336M F22V (Modified 2 1/4Cr-1Mo-V steel) w/TP317L Stainless Steel Weld Overlay, Built 2010 by Kobelco Steel Japan, ASME Code and National Board Registered (910), s/n 100001. Stored under Nitrogen Purge. All available data books, drawings & technical data is included. Reactor Internals are also available for an additional charge. Purchase and use of the internals and/or the Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) Technology called ISOMIX require the buyer to enter into a licensing agreement with CLG. Introduction to CLG provided upon request. Warehouse crates include, but are not limited to, top & bottom connecting pipes, anchor bolts, anchor bolt templates, and reactor internal components. Shipping saddles are included.

Louisiana chemical equipment company

Real Experience, Real Solutions

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We buy and sell Complete Chemical Plants and Process Equipment Worldwide. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company has locations around the globe, which gives us the ability to acquire entire Complete Plants for relocation. If your looking for Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Complete Plant our sales team is here to help you.

Louisiana Chemical Equipment Company buys and sells complete chemical plants and process equipment on a worldwide. If you need Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Urea, Hydrogen, Methanol or any other Process Complete Plant, our team is here to help.

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