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Improvements in and relating to the destructive distillation of coal and other carbonaceous substances. Thomas Malcolm Davidson, October 18, 1923: GB205268-A (2 worldwide citation)

205,268. Davidson, T. M. Aug. 15, 1922. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Retorts.-In the distillation of coal and the like, the material is fed through a horizontal or inclined retort in a direction towards the zone of highest temperature and the gases evolved are withdrawn at a point adjac ...


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Method of treating oil shales. Samuel Hood Dolbear, December 1, 1921: GB171918-A (2 worldwide citation)

171,918. Dolbear, S. H. Jan. 4, 1921. Surface-tension separating processes.-Oil shale is treated for the separation of the valuable organic compounds, with a view to economy in subsequent destructive distillation, by grinding to powder, mixing with water to form a pulp, adding a small quantity of an ...


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Char composition and a method for making a char composition. Oil Shale, December 7, 1977: GB1494300-A (2 worldwide citation)

1494300 Destructive distillation of rubber OIL SHALE CORP 14 May 1976 [16 May 1975 14 Aug 1975] 20055/76 Heading C5E A method of producing a char from a rubber composition containing polymeric hydrocarbons and carbon black, e.g. scrap tyres, comprises simultaneously pyrolysing and grinding the compo ...


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Blythe Frederick Charles: Improvements in or relating to the destructive distillation of bituminous coal.. Blythe Frederick Charles, February 7, 1918: GB113079-A (2 worldwide citation)

113,079. Blythe, F. C. Oct. 29, 1917. Carbonizing processes. - The process for obtaining hydrocarbon oils by distilling a mixture of bituminous coal and heavy hydrocarbon oils under pressure as described in Specification 19750/14 is modified by completing the distillation under atmospheric pressure, ...


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Freel Barry, Graham Robert, Giroux Regi: Novel natural resin formulations. Ensyn Group, May 21, 2003: EP1311615-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a method of preparing a natural resin by liquefying wood, bark, forest residues, wood industry residues, or other biomass using rapid destructive distillation (fast pyrolysis). Fast pyrolysis produces both vapours and char from biomass, and following removal of the char ...


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Landon C G Miller, Scott Behrens, Brian Rayles: Chain drag system for treatment of carbaneous waste feedstock and method for the use thereof. Aemerge, Avery N Goldstein, Blue Filament Law PLLC, October 24, 2017: US09795940 (1 worldwide citation)

A drag chain carbonizer is provided with a system and methods for anaerobic thermal transformation processing to convert waste into various solid carbonized products and varied further co-products. The drag-chain carbonizer includes an adjustable bed depth mechanism, a heating mechanism, a pressure ...


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Ernst Schuster: Method of reducing the sulfur content of coal reduced to dust. L & C Steinmuller, Becker & Becker, May 19, 1981: US04268358 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of reducing the sulfur content of coal, reduced to dust, by means of its own or external thermal energy and by means of rapid coking and/or rapid partial destructive distillation of the coal. The coal dust, which has been ground to less than 0.1 mm and, if necessary, preoxidized in 1 to 4 s ...


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Dana J Finley: Fractional destructive distillation array. Rod D Baker, December 7, 2010: US07846302 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and apparatus for pyrolyzing solid wastes to recover there-from useful hydrocarbon distillates, carbon black, and other potentially commercially valuable by-products. Pyrolysis and distillation may be performed substantially continuously, rather than by batch processing. The pyrolysis unit ...


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Wakefield Lynn Burritt, Roberts Jr Durward Thomas, Kay Edward Leo: Reaction of furfuraldehyde and pyrolysis oil tire scrap. The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, April 29, 1975: US3880807 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a resinous rubber tackifier and stabilizer prepared by a catalyzed reaction of a furfuraldehyde and pyrolysis oil obtained by the destructive distillation of scrap tire vulcanizate.


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Improvements in the destructive distillation of bituminous materials and the like. Charles Needham Forrest, Harold Potter Hayden, December 23, 1926: GB262959-A (1 worldwide citation)

262,959. Forrest, C. N., and Hayden, H. P. Dec. 28, 1925. Coking processes. - Bituminous materials such as heavy asphaltic residues from petroleum distillation or natural bitumens such as gilsonite, graphite, &c. are distilled in presence of a carrier consisting of an inert refractory material and b ...