CO2 capture technology implementation
- Unit delivered with educational handbook and technical documentation
- Possible to customize the unit
Liquid – Gas absorption process
Solvent regeneration process (degassing with heat)
Process effectiveness study
- Mass balance
- Thermal balance
The solute migration phenomenon from the gas to the liquid phase occurs when both phases are contacted in the packing of the reverse flow absorption column. This highlights the absorption operation (solvent purification). The regeneration phenomenon is observed on the second column, which is continuously fed. An energy‐saving heat exchanger is placed between the two columns to optimize the power spent on the unit. A second heat exchanger is placed on the absorption side to cool the fluid returning to the head of the column. The third heat exchanger, placed on the regeneration side, allows the solution to be heated in order to be regenerated in column. The use of such a unit allows one to remove CO2 from air using monoethanol amine and to recover pure CO2 to capture it.
- Absorption column, glass Raschig rings packing.
- Liquid distributor.
- 2 gear pumps.
- SS exchanger, energy recovery.
- SS preheating exchanger.
- SS cooling exchanger.
- Regeneration column, glass Raschig rings packing.
- 6L glass boiler with inside SS coil.
- Condenser, glass shell, SS coil.
- Reflux line.
- Gas mixture feeding circuit, with control mass flowmeters.
- Steam line, with control valve.
- 2 CO2 transmitter—analysers.
- 12 temperature probes Pt100Ω.
- Level detector (pressure transmitter).
- 2 manometers.
- 2 CO2 analysers.
- Differential pressure transmitter.
Dim : 155 x 80 x 280 cm – 450 kg
SS tubular framework 40 x 40mm
For a complete product data sheet and a list of reference sites please call 1-877-967-2726.