The isobutane plant produce high-purity isobutane through distillation using the difference in boiling points of C4LPG and isobutane. After high-purity butane(C4LPG with Olefine less than 100 wt ppm) is produced through the second hydrogenation reaction with butane(C4LPG with Olefine less than 4 mol%) converted by the hydrogenation reaction of C4 Raffinate produced from each plant.
Isobutane is utilized as a polymer process dilution and charging gas.
|Product Speciality||Contact person||Phone number||Inquiry|
|Test Item||Unit||Test Method||Specification|
|ISOBUTANE||M - %||ASTM D 2163||MIN 95|
|OLEFINES||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 2163||MAX 100|
|T-ACETYLENE||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 2163||MAX 100|
|CARBONYL||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 4423||MAX 1|
|ALCOHOLS||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 4815||MAX 1|
|PHENOL||Wt - ppm||UOP 464||MAX 1|
|HYDROGEN||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 2504||MAX 5|
|OXYGEN||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 2504||MAX 5|
|CARBON MONOXIDE||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 2504||MAX 1|
|CARBON DIOXIDE||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 2505||MAX 1|
|T-SULFUR||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 6667||MAX 1|
|WATER||Wt - ppm||ASTM D 1744||MAX 5|
* The above specifications represent standards may differ from the actual subject matter.