- Disposal costs and liabilities associated with hazardous, K-Listed solids can be totally eliminated.
- The “inside-the-gate” recycling solution minimizes risk and helps the plant operate with less environmental impact.
- It provides a permanent processing solution that helps mitigate tank storage concerns while increasing overall utilization.
Quench Side Injection
Following the centrifuge process, the solids are sent through a particle-size reduction system, blended with water to a specific concentration, and pumped to the coker for injection during the quench cycle. The fine solid particles permeate through the coke bed, becoming part of the final product, and the water facilitates the quenching process.
Scalfeed™/Feed Side Injection
Scalfeed™ preparation is similar to the quench slurry, but it instead uses oil as the carrier fluid to permit introduction to the coker during normal fill or feed operations. After centrifuging, the solid particles are sized and prepared into a specific slurry composition that is further dried to reduce water content. After drying, oil is added back to the slurry to make it pumpable for feed cycle injection.