||To produce acetone and/or methyl ethyl ketones (MEK) by dehydrogenation of the corresponding anhydrous isopropyl alcohol or secondary butyl alcohol.
||To produce maleic anhydride (MA) from normal butane and air via gas phase catalytic oxidation.
||To produce methanol from light hydrocarbon feedstocks using steam reforming followed by low-pressure synthesis.
||To produce nitric acid (80-99% HNO3) from ammonia and air using the SABAR process. Does not require oxygen, refrigeration energy, dehydrating agents (sulfuric acid or magnesium nitrate). Nitric oxides in the tail gas can be reduced by absorption to below 200 ppm. Weak acid at any rate and concentration can be produced simultaneously
||To produce phenol and acetone by the oxidation of cumene to cumene hydroperxide (CHP) and subsequent cleavage of CHP. Both products are superior in quality and suitable for various uses.The process is also characterized by its high product yield and low utility consumption. This is derived from its highly effective reaction system, coupled with an efficient phenol purificatuin system unique to the Mitsui process.
||To produce phthalic anhydride (PA) from o-xylene, naphthalene or mixtures of both feedstocks using a fixed-bed vapor phase process, originally known as the bon Heyden Process.
||To produce liquid polybutene (polyisobutylene) from mixed C4 hydrocarbon streams containing isobutylene. Products range in molecular weight from 300 to 2,700 and in viscosity from 40 to 30,000 SSU at 210℉
||To produce polycapromide (Nylon 6) chips by polymerizing caprolactam monomer using EMS-Inventa's VK-tube method.
||To produce linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) to high-density polyethylene (HDPE) using the lowpressure, gas phase Unipol process.
||To produce propylene homopolymers (PP, polypropylene) and copolymers (random and impact) using the Spheripol process.