Eastman AdapT safe handling leaflet

January 17, 2018

Handling, unloading, and storage requirements leaflet for Eastman AdapT products.

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Guidelines: How to select Eastman AdapT solvents in ProTreat® simulation software

October 5, 2016

Simulations are the core of any new acid gas removal design or performance troubleshooting case. For grassroots system or solvent swap projects, it is crucial to select the most appropriate solvent as this may have a significant impact on both the capital expenditures (CAPEX) and operating expenditures (OPEX). Since 2015, Eastman AdapT solvents are available as separate components in the ProTreat® simulation software developed by Optimized Gas Treating, Inc. Any holder of a basic ProTreat license can select and use the AdapT solvents. For proper selection of the right AdapT solvent in ProTreat, we have published guidelines that give an indication of which AdapT solvent to use under which circumstances, as well as some additional tips for further optimization of your simulation.

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Brochure: Folleto Eastman AdapT

April 16, 2018

Descargue la versión en español de nuestro folleto Eastman AdapT soluciones flexibles para el endulzamiento de gas. Esta gama de solventes de eliminación de gases ácidos y servicios especializados pueden ser adaptados para cumplir con sus necesidades de tratamiento de gases.

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Whitepaper: Why MDEA purity matters

November 16, 2015

MDEA (MethylDiEthanolAmine) is used frequently for selective removal of H2S in both low pressure and high pressure gas treatment applications. Examples of applications that require selective sulfur removal are Claus tail gas treatment, acid gas enrichment and case-specific natural gas treatment. MDEA is a tertiary amine, which reacts quickly with H2S but slowly with CO2. This kinetic difference allows selective separation of H2S from a gas stream. Primary and secondary amines, with exception of sterically hindered amines, possess no selectivity towards H2S, because of their fast reaction with CO2. However, primary and secondary amines may enter the MDEA either through degradation or the use of products with inferior quality. As will be illustrated in this paper, even small amounts of such non-tertiary amines can have a great impact on the selectivity and overall performance of the system.

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Brochure: Eastman AdapT

March 31, 2018

Download here the latest English language version of our brochure on Eastman AdapT flexible gas sweetening solutions. This range of acid gas removal solvents and specialized services can be tailored to meet your gas treatment needs.

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