NEUTRALIZER

NEUTRALIZER

The IFO neutralizer is created to control the pH level and prevent the deposits formation
in the crude distillation overhead system.

NEUTRALIZING AMINES

MOPA

IFO 3-methoxypropylamine

DMAPA

IFO dimethylaminopropylamine

NH3 – ammonia

EDA – ethylenediamine

MEA – monoethanolamine

CGA - cyclohexylamine

DEA - diethanolamine

Morpholine

There are many amines that can effectively neutralize acids, but the choice of reagent for chemical-technological protection of refineries is a complex integrated task that must take into account many important factors, including:
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toxicity not lower than hazard Category 3;

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resistance to the formation of deposits of amine salts;

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handling up to -60 ° C, taking into account the harsh climatic conditions of the Russian Federation.

Monoethanolamine (MEA), Cyclohexylamine (CHA) and Methoxypropylamine (MOPA) are widely used in the oil refining industry. But there are several limitations:

MONETHANOLAMINE
(MEA)

• It has an increased tendency to form insoluble salt deposits, which requires careful monitoring of its use.
• It belongs to the hazard Category 2.

cyclohexylamine
(CHA)

• It has an increased tendency to form insoluble salt deposits, which requires careful monitoring of its use.
• It belongs to the hazard Category 2.

METHOXIPROPYLAMINE
(MOPA)

• The practice of using MOPA has not revealed a single limitation.

NEUTRALIZATION REACTION

R – [NH2]  + HCl = R – [NH3]+Cl

The following table shows the amines freezing points and toxicity data in accordance with the Russian standard for threshold limit value (TLV) and the Europian Chemical Agency database (ECHA) database for acute toxicity:

Table

IFOTOP strives to ensure uncompromising quality and safety of reagents. Therefore, we offer neutralizing compounds based on MOPA.

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