The petrochemical industry starts often with the storage of crude oil, waiting to be refined and processed. With the storage of the crude oil customers have to deal with BS&W (Basic Sediment & Water), heat transfer and homogenization issues. Jongia engineers have developed side entry mixers for these applications based on CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis and know-how, resulting in the most effective and efficient induced flow in the tank.
Jongia engineers are able to calculate on blending time and tank cycles for additives on fuel oils, kerosenes and diesels. Given the current global energy transition these types of fuels are getting more and more important for the industry as well as for the end users.
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Further downstream where these products are being refined and processed to petrochemicals, Jongia has a lot of reference projects in monomers and polymers. From low viscous premix slurries to high viscous polymers in high pressure reactors, Jongia will design the most effective mixing element for best performance. Anchor type low speed mixing element will be challenged by a CRM geometry to gain the maximum output. In line dynamic mixing in Butyl-rubber process streams have been designed by our engineers for the most effective particle size (microns).
Jongia’s empiric know-how and theoretical knowledge results in the maximum performance and output of your process, based on the fact that we also make a cross reference on different technologies in another industry processes.
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