Petrochemical industry, chlor-alkali industry, other chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry (western medicine), enameled wire production process, painting process, chemical filling process in petrochemical industry, applicable organic species, other fields
Chemical filling process in the petrochemical industry:
Volatile organic gases (such as naphtha, gasoline, benzene) produced during the refining process of various chemicals produced during the filling process in storage and transportation plants, filling workshops, and trains and ships.
Benzene and ketone process tail gas produced in the production of phenols and ketone chemicals, and benzene and ketone process tail gas produced in the ketone benzene dewaxing unit
Halogenated hydrocarbons and olefins vented in chlor-alkali production (dichloromethane, dichloroethane, vinyl chloride, etc.).
Other chemical industries:
The tail gas produced during the production of cyclohexane, and the heavy aromatic tail gas produced during the production of H2O2 chemical plant.
Pharmaceutical industry (western medicine):
Organic solvents (benzenes, ketones, alcohols, hydrocarbons) volatilized during the organic synthesis of western medicine.
Production process of enameled wire:
During the production of enameled wire, a large amount of organic solvents (benzene homologues) volatilized during the dipping process of copper wire.
Benzene volatiles produced during the surface treatment of machinery and equipment.
Pesticide, photosensitive material, coating film, printing, tape and other production industries that use a large amount of organic solvents.
Applicable organic species:
Aromatics, alkanes, halogenated hydrocarbons, ketones, aldols, ethers, olefin polymerization monomers.