Organic Substance Production

Every year demand on basic organic chemicals, which are components for production of a large number of substances, is constantly increasing. Without these substances: polymers, surfactants, pesticides, additives, etc. it is practically impossible to imagine life of a modern man.
Besides, business competition also increases - customers need high quality product at a fair price. The first can be achieved by carrying out continuous monitoring of raw materials and products quality, the second - by use of the information received to increase production efficiency.

The best option for solving this problem is to use Process Gas Chromatograph MAG. Flexible modular design and explosion-proof design allows you to select the appropriate configuration for a wide range of analytical tasks.




Application field:

  • Production of lower olefins and dienes (pyrolysis of oil fractions)
  • Production of propylene (propane dehydrogenation)
  • Production of isobutylene (dehydrogenation of isobutane)
  • Production of ethanol (ethylene hydration)
  • Production of methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) (synthesis from methanol and isobutylene, comprising fraction)
  • Production of acrylic acid (two-stage oxidation of propylene)
  • Production of isoprene (isopentane dehydrogenation)
  • Production of methanol (synthesis from carbon oxide and hydrogen)
  • Production of ethylene oxide (gas phase oxidation of ethylene with oxygen or air)
  • Production of ethylen glycol (non-catalytic hydration of ethylene oxide)
  • Aromatic Production (catalytic reforming of straight-run gasoline fractions, alkylation, dehydrogenation, etc.)

The above list is not exhaustive. To clarify the possibility of using the chromatograph MAG to solve a particular analytical problem, please fill in a questionnaire. 

For details, please see the brochure.



Benefit of using the MAG process gas chromatograph

  • Optimization of technological processes;
  • Reducing the cost of secondary processing of raw materials and disposal of production waste;
  • Quality control of raw materials, intermediate and final products;
  • Reducing energy consumption.