- Posted by admin
- On 2016-12-05
2016, 2th January: Sittard.
Steam reforming is one of the first stages when talking about production of several chemical compounds. It uses light hydrocarbon fuels, mostly natural gas (CH4) and water (H2O) to produce hydrogen. This is directly connected with the Ammonia synthesis and subsequently with Urea production, and of course with Methanol production. Given the importance of this process, Protomation developed a generic Steam Reformer Simulator, whose capacity is circa 7800 kNm3/d.
This application allows to train start-ups, to troubleshoot, to shut-down or to improve the plant performance. Different lessons and scenarios are available, but also new scenarios can be created or added by the final user.