Techniques for Polymeric Deposits Reduction and Removal
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Polymer fouling is an undesired and important circumstance in process industry mainly because of the huge costs associated with reduction in process performance, deposit removal and, in the worst cases, equipment damage and replacement. For this reason, it is very profitable for chemical companies to understand and contrast causes and implications associated to this phenomenon.
Who is this course for?
This coursed is recommended for professionals involved in the design, operation and maintenance of equipment that can be affected by undesired polymer formation and fouling (e.g.: processes treating hydrocarbons, such as oil&gas facilities, petrochemicals plants, heat exchangers, distillation columns and chemical reactors).
In particular: Refinery Operators, Plant Operators, Maintenance Technicians, Technology Specialists, Refinery Specialists, Design Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Process Engineers, Facilities Engineers, Plant Operations Engineers, Equipment Inspectors, Production Managers and Pipeline Superintendents.
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