Fluidized Cataltyic Cracking, FCCU
Fluidized Catalytic Cracking (FCCU) is a secondary process for lighting the heavy oil. Typical FCC units have run times of five or six years which puts even more emphasis on refractory planning and installation. From installation, controlling the rate of temperature change and minimizing rapid fluctuations are critical for extending the life of the FCC Unit.
The FCCU, or cracking unit, is made up of six major sections that include the reactor & regenerator, transfer lines, internal cyclones, slide valves, overhead lines, and the distribution rig/grid. Resco refractory solutions provide reduced downtime/costs, improved energy & production efficiency, high abrasion, corrosion and thermal shock resistance, thermal reliability and insulation.
Common Products(Doesn't include all)
Reactor & Regenerator