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Michael B Davis, John J Dugan, James D Eagan, Adrianus Welmers: Recovering a relatively volatile component of a solution from a less volatile component, e.g. as in solvent recovery. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Joseph J Allocca, James H Takemoto, May 27, 1997: US05632867 (5 worldwide citation)

In a solvent recovery plant including a recovery or distillation tower from which solvent product is recovered overhead, an isothermal separator, preferably a cyclone, is used to separate liquid phase contaminant (i.e. oil in a lubricating oil extraction process) in overhead product and to feed the ...


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Davis Michael Butler, Dugan John Joseph, Eagan James D, Welmers Adrianus: Recovering a relatively volatile component of a solution from a less volatile component, e.g. as in solvent recovery. Exxon Research Engineering Co, November 24, 1993: GB2267044-A

In a solvent recovery plant comprising a recovery tower (4) from which solvent product is recovered overhead, an isothermal separator, preferably a cyclone (13), is used to separate liquid phase contaminant (i.e. oil in a lubricating oil extraction process) in overhead product and to feed the separa ...


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Davis Michael B, Dugan John J, Eagan James D, Welmers Adrianus: Recovering a relatively volatile component of a solution from a less volatile component, e.g. as in solvent recovery. Exxon Research And Engineering Company, Davis Michael B, Dugan John J, Eagan James D, Welmers Adrianus, ALLOCCA Joseph J, November 25, 1993: WO/1993/023131

In a solvent recovery plant comprising a recovery tower (4) from which solvent product is recovered overhead, an isothermal separator, preferably a cyclone (13), is used to separate liquid phase contaminant (i.e. oil in a lubricating oil extraction process) in overhead product and to feed the separa ...


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Davis Michael B, Dugan John J, Eagan James D Treetops, Welmers Adrianus: Recovering a relatively volatile component of a solution from a less volatile component, e.g. as in solvent recovery.. Exxon Research Engineering Co, April 5, 1995: EP0646037-A1

In a solvent recovery plant comprising a recovery tower (4) from which solvent product is recovered overhead, an isothermal separator, preferably a cyclone (13), is used to separate liquid phase contaminant (i.e. oil in a lubricating oil extraction process) in overhead product and to feed the separa ...