Analyzing tramp amines in crude unit overhead

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Analyzing tramp amines in crude unit overhead

Team TFS
Team TFS

Monitoring amine concentrations in refinery overhead systems is critical for preventing amine chloride salt deposition and subsequent under-deposit corrosion. Many sources of amines are introduced to the crude unit either directly or in upstream processes (H2S scavenger, steam condensate neutralizers, overhead pH adjustment). See a real example of how using Thermo Fisher Ion Chromatography solutions were used to help prevent a gulf coast refinery costly maintenance and to support throughput reduction prevention.


See the linked article titled Consider new steam system corrosion protection for refineries 

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