Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
M.W. Kellogg Company Patents
Assignee:
M.W. Kellogg Company
Address:
Houston, TX
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5985134 Startup of magnetic separation process in an FCC unit November 16, 1999
A startup method for a fluidized catalytic cracking (FCC) unit operating with a magnetic catalyst separation means is disclosed. Magnetic strength, or separation severity, is maintained or increased until most of the catalyst has passed through the magnetic separation unit. After this
5306418 Heavy hydrocarbon feed atomization April 26, 1994
A nozzle, and FCC process using the nozzle for atomizing heavy feed to a riser reactor, are disclosed. A liquid feed stream is atomized by radial out-to-in impingement of atomizing vapor, discharged onto an impingement plug in an annular expansion region, then sprayed through an outlet.

 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Communication device and method for detecting a radio signal
All-angle light emitting element having high heat dissipating efficiency
Compounds for the reduction of .beta.-amyloid production
Enhancement of semiconducting photovoltaic absorbers by the addition of alkali salts through solution coating techniques
Liquid crystal display having wide viewing angle
Systems and methods for reducing narrow bandwidth interference contained in broad bandwidth signals
Load control device
  Randomly Featured Patents
Ferroelectric liquid crystal device and method of driving the same
Tar removing cigarette holder
Tank seal for guided wave radar level measurement
Assembly for positioning a thermogravimetric furnace
Retractable trolley escape capsule
Providing a join plan using group-by operator
High efficiency electronic ballast for high intensity discharge lamps
Thermal insulating pot
Thin-profile battery circuits and constructions, button-type battery circuits and constructions, methods of forming thin-profile battery circuits and constructions, and methods of forming butt
Method of fabricating a twin tub CMOS device