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May 18, 2017 Sodium Hydrosulfide (NaSH)-An Alternative to Sulfur Production

Introduction Sodium Hydrosulfide (NaSH) solution is an alternative product to sulfur from hydrogen sulfide. Much hydrogen sulfide ends up on solid bed medias such as iron sponge or Sulfatreat®. This is disposed of in landfills. These processes are justified in most cases. Depending on your production rate of hydrogen sulfide, a Claus Unit may be […]

May 11, 2017 Practical Examples of the HOLL-REACTOR® – Part 2

Part 2 of the Holl-Reactor® In this second installment of the Holl-Reactor®, we will discuss practical applications. Liquid-Liquid Reactions Mixing two liquid reactants is very typical.  This is oftentimes done in a Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR).  Depending upon the physical properties of the two liquids, reaction times can be anywhere from minutes to hours.  However, […]

May 1, 2017 The HOLL-REACTOR® for Intensified Chemical Reaction Technology – Part 1

The HOLL-REACTOR® is one of the most important tools in a chemical engineers arsenal for creating smaller processes through process intensification. Molecular Collisions It’s obvious that when two liquid reagents are brought into contact with one another, for initiating a chemical reaction, the task of bringing astronomical numbers of reagent molecules into a one-on-one contact in a minimum […]


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