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System for improve the mixing of reacted gases and quench gases in heterogeneous synthesis reactors


, : System for improve the mixing of reacted gases and quench gases in heterogeneous synthesis reactors. United States Patent (US 4,859,425): 6 pp

A system is provided to improve the mixing of reacted gases and quench gases and to increase the yield and reduce the energy consumption in reactors for the heterogeneous synthesis of ammonia and methanol. The reactor consists of an external shell having an internal cartridge with catalytic baskets lying one above the other. At least one of the baskets is traversed axially by the reaction gas. The quench gas is fed between the bottom of one basket and the top of the following basket.

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