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Process sequencing for amine regeneration










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4798910.

An improved method for amine regeneration wherein a rich amine out of a first heat exchanger is temperature controlled prior to transfer to a second heat exchanger. At least a portion of the hot overhead gasses exiting from a stripping still are transferred to the second heat exchanger. Temperature controlled heated rich amine liquid passes through the second exchanger and contacts the hot overhead gasses. The rich amine liquid is increased in higher temperature thereby and then is transferred to yet a third exchanger and finally to the stripping still for regeneration of lean amine. The reduced temperature overhead gasses are transferred to the reflux condensor for final cooling.








 
 
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