||To produce vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) from ethylene, oxygen, chlorine and hydrogen chloride.
||To produce a desired xylene isomer (or isomers) from a mixture of C8 aromatics using the Isomar process
||Production of acetic anhydride from methanol and carbon monoxide by carbonylation of methyl acetate.
||A process for the manufacture of acrylonitrile from propylene, anhydrous fertilizer-grade ammonia and air. 99 + % purity HCN and acetonitrile may be recovered as salable byproducts if desired.
||Process for the production of a highly biodegradable detergent, secondary sodium alkane sulfonate, from normal paraffins (C14-C17), sulfur dioxide and oxygen.
||A process for making even-numbered, straightchain alpha alcohols from ethylene, aluminum, hydrogen, solvents, air, and water. The process also produces byproducts of either high-purity alumina or alum.
||Production of concentrated 99.8-wt % ammonium nitrate solutions. The Carnit Process, which requires no external heat supply, combines a high energy efficiency with ease of operation and low capital cost. The process can be optimized either to produce clean 5 bar steam for export, or to use a dilute nitric acid feed.
||A process for the production of linear alkylbenzene (LAB) from normal paraffins and benzene by chlorination and alkylation.
||A process for the manufacture of methyl methacrylate (MMA) from isobutylene or tertiary butanol, air, and methanol.
||For production of C3-C5 mono-olefins.