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  • Phenol, Acetone & Cumene Petrochemicals Europe

    Phenol, Acetone & Cumene. Uses and Properties. The Phenol & Acetone Sector Group (PASG) is a trade association bringing together the European manufacturers of phenol, acetone as well as their raw materials. Phenol is mainly used as an intermediate in organic synthesis. In this, phenol essentially serves as a raw material for the production of bisphenol A, phenolic resins, alkylphenols and

  • The Cumene Process for Phenol—Acetone Production

    The other possible explanation could be the well-known cumene synthesis for acetone which starts from benzene and ends at acetone and phenol, while phenol being big molecule as compared to acetone

  • Phenol, Acetone, Cumene NexantECA

    Phenol, Acetone, Cumene chemsystems CHEMSYSTEMS PERP PROGRAM Phenol, Acetone, Cumene 09/10-4 Report Abstract 6 PERP 00101.0010.4105 Acetone regional supply, demand and trade data are also given and discussed for the United States, Western Europe and Asia Pacific. A listing of plant capacities in each of the regions listed above is given, denoting owning company, plant

  • Industrial Chemistry: Acetone and Phenol via the Cumene

    The cumene process is by far the dominant route to both acetone and phenol, producing 95% of the world’s demand for both chemicals. 6 million (metric) tons of acetone and 7.3 million (metric) tons of phenol are produced annually by this process. The cumene process takes place in three main steps: (1) alkylation of benzene to cumene (isopropylbenzene), (2) air oxidation of cumene to cumene

  • EP0164568A1 Process for preparing phenol and acetone

    phenol cumene acetone ethylbenzene benzene Prior art date 1984-05-24 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.) Granted Application number EP85105584A Other languages German (de) French (fr) Other versions EP0164568B1 (en Inventor John William

  • Phenol Acetone Cumene (2020 Program) NexantECA

    Phenol Acetone Cumene (2020 Program) This techno-economic report reviews the chemistry, properties, technology, and development trends of phenol, cumene, and acetone. The report provides phenol economics for conventional and Mitsui processes for several different global locations (USGC, Western Europe, China, Japan, and Southeast Asia) under a

  • The cumene process for phenol-acetone production PDF

    The cumene process for phenol–acetone (PA) manufacture is one of the unique high-volume petrochemical processes in which simultaneously two products (phenol and acetone) are obtained from one reactant (cumene), each of the products finding useful application; however, which is most important, their reaction with one another in the joint synthesis results in bisphenol, a chemical that forms

  • The cumene process for phenol-acetone production

    1/7/2007· The cumene process for phenol-acetone production. V. M. Zakoshansky 1 Petroleum Chemistry volume 47, pages 273 284 (2007)Cite this article. 3247 Accesses. 19 Citations. 1 Altmetric. Metrics details. An Erratum to this article is available. Devoted to the memory of the inventors of this chemical process, Russian scientists R.Yu. Udris, M.S. Nemtsov, and B.D. Kruzhalov. Abstract. The

  • Phenol/Acetone

    The Versalis/Lummus Technology phenol process utilizes advanced technology for the air oxidation of cumene followed by acid-catalyzed decomposition to phenol and acetone. This state-of-the-art technology minimizes heavy by-product formation and maximizes conversion, which improves overall yield while providing smooth, reliable and safe operation.

  • The Cumene Process for Phenol—Acetone Production

    The other possible explanation could be the well-known cumene synthesis for acetone which starts from benzene and ends at acetone and phenol, while phenol being big molecule as compared to acetone

  • Industrial Chemistry: Acetone and Phenol via the

    The cumene process is by far the dominant route to both acetone and phenol, producing 95% of the world’s demand for both chemicals. 6 million (metric) tons of acetone and 7.3 million (metric) tons of phenol are produced annually by this process. The cumene process takes place in three main steps: (1) alkylation of benzene to cumene (isopropylbenzene), (2) air oxidation of cumene to cumene

  • Cumene process Wikipedia

    The cumene process (cumene–phenol process, Hock process) is an industrial process for synthesizing phenol and acetone from benzene and propylene.The term stems from cumene (isopropyl benzene), the intermediate material during the process. It was invented by R. Ūdris and P. Sergeyev in 1942 (USSR)., and independently by Heinrich Hock in 1944 This process converts two relatively cheap

  • The cumene process for phenol-acetone production PDF

    The cumene process for phenol–acetone (PA) manufacture is one of the unique high-volume petrochemical processes in which simultaneously two products (phenol and acetone) are obtained from one reactant (cumene), each of the products finding useful application; however, which is most important, their reaction with one another in the joint synthesis results in bisphenol, a chemical that forms

  • Phenol Acetone Cumene (2020 Program) NexantECA

    Phenol Acetone Cumene (2020 Program) This techno-economic report reviews the chemistry, properties, technology, and development trends of phenol, cumene, and acetone. The report provides phenol economics for conventional and Mitsui processes for several different global locations (USGC, Western Europe, China, Japan, and Southeast Asia) under a

  • Production of Phenol and Acetone From Oxidation of

    THE first plant to produce phenol and acetone from petroleum, through oxidation of cumene, went into operation last week when B. A.-Shawinigan Ltd. officially opened its plant at Montreal. The company, owned jointly by Shawinigan Chemicals and British American Oil Co., Ltd., is operating under license from Hercules Powder and Distillers Co., Ltd. The $4 million petrochemical plant is adjacent

  • US20120283486A1 Process for the preparation of

    Process for the production in continuous or semi-continuous of phenol/acetone from cumene, via cumene hy-droperoxide (CHP), which comprises: a. producing CHP in an air-lift reactor in which at least the upper and/or lower part of the downcomer has a flaring; b. cleaving the cumene hydroperoxide by means of acid treatment in a loop reactor comprising two heat exchangers connected in series and

  • Process for preparing phenol and acetone from cumene

    As stated previously, the conversion of cumene to phenol and acetone is a well known process utilizing individual process steps well known in the industry. The formation of the cumene hydroperoxide by the air oxidation of cumene is performed under standard conditions and the cumene hydroperoxide brought to a higher concentration by stripping unreacted cumene. To this concentrated quantity of

  • Phenol & Acetone Borealis

    Phenol, benzene and cumene as well as acetone are produced in Finland and are sold mainly to the adhesive, fibre, epoxy resin and polycarbonate industries in Northern Europe. In the Nordic and Baltic regions, Borealis is the leading producer of phenol, which is used in adhesives, construction materials, carpets, CDs, DVDs, mobile phones and household appliances. Acetone

  • (PDF) Industrial catalytic processes-phenol production

    phenol and acetone by the cumene peroxidation route, using Due to the high activity of b-zeolite, transalkylation in the oxygen from air. This process features low-pressure Q-MaxTM process can be accomplished at very low oxidation for improved yield and safety, advanced CHP temperature to achieve high conversion and minimum side cleavage for high product selectivity, an innovative direct

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