Hydrocracking catalysts

Hydrocracking is a chemical process used in petroleum refineries for converting high boiling hydrocarbons in petroleum crude oils to more valuable lower boiling products such as gasoline, kerosene, and diesel oil that operate at high temperature and pressure

Hydrocracking catalysts are responsible for reducing temperature and pressure. Hydrocracking catalyst are composed of active components and support. Alumina is widely used in hydrocracking process as catalyst support due to its high surface area, high thermal stability

Type

H1A-Ex

H1A-Tr

H1B-Ex

H1B-Tr

Form

Extrude

Trilobed

Extrudate

Trilobed

Size-Diameter             (mm)

1.5-2

1.5-2

1.5-2

1.5-2

Surface Area              (m2/g)

90-240

90-240

90-240

90-240

Al2O3   ( %wt)

Balance

Balance

Balance

Balance

NiO    ( %wt)

2.5-5

2.5-5

2.5-5

2.5-5

CoO ( %wt)

-

-

3-6

3-6

WO3    ( %wt)

19-30

19-30

19-30

19-30

Promoters ( %wt)

<=1

<=1

<=1

<=1