8 Gas Upgrading Systems: Learn What to Avoid
Gas separation is an important and widespread industrial process which involves removing impurities and undesired compounds to create viable gases for medical, industrial, heating, transportation, and energy uses.
The processes used to purify gases are often based on century-old technologies.
Many work really well.
But it’s not all pretty…
In fact, some have really ugly sides… consuming massive amounts of energy and having an enormous carbon footprint.
Having spent the last 30 years working in the energy & chemical engineering field, Soheil Khiavi has seen and been involved with several development and operating systems. He is also the inventor of several gas separation technologies that are still in the market today.
Watch the on-demand webinar, Gas Separations, The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly, where Soheil chats about thermodynamic efficiency and selectivity, stream considerations and upgrading methods.
You can climb into the trenches with him, and explore his opinion of the good, the bad, & the ugly sides of several different processes on the market for biogas upgrading.
He also discusses a list of 10 factors you shouldn’t overlook when making your technology assessment so you can make the right decision at the right moment.
Gas Separations: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
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