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Carbonising and/or Activating Carbonaceous Material

A method is provided for carbonizing and activating carbonaceous material, which comprises supplying the material to an externally fired rotary kiln maintained at carbonizing and activating temperatures, the kiln having a downward slope to progress the material as it rotates, the kiln having an atmosphere substantially free of oxygen provided by a counter-current of steam or carbon dioxide, and annular weirs being provided at intervals along the kiln to control progress of the material. There may further be provided an externally fired rotary kiln for carbonizing and activating carbonaceous material having a hollow rotary body that has a downward slope towards a discharge end thereof, and which is provided at intervals along its length with annular weirs for controlling progress of the carbonaceous material. In embodiments, there is also provided a process is for producing discrete solid beads of polymeric material e.g. phenolic resin beads having a mesoporous structure, which may be useful as feedstock for the above mentioned carbonization/activation process or which may have other utility e.g. as ion exchange resins. The process may produce resin beads on an industrial scale without aggregates of resin building up speedily and interrupting production. The process comprises the steps of: (a) combining a stream of a polymerizable liquid precursor e.g. a novolac and hexamine as cross-linking agent dissolved in a first polar organic liquid e.g. ethylene glycol with a stream of a liquid suspension medium which is a second non-polar organic liquid with which the liquid precursor is substantially or completely immiscible e.g. transformer oil containing a drying oil; (b) mixing the combined stream to disperse the polymerizable liquid precursor as droplets in the suspension medium e.g. using an in-line static mixer; (c) allowing the droplets to polymerise in a laminar flow of the suspension medium so as to form discrete solid beads that cannot agglomerate; and (d) recovering the beads from the suspension medium. There is also provided apparatus for forming discrete solid beads of polymeric material, said apparatus comprising: a first line for conveying s stream of a polymerizable liquid precursor; a second line for conveying a stream of a dispersion medium with which the polymerizable liquid precursor is substantially or completely immiscible; an in-line mixer configured to receive a combined flow from the first and second lines and to disperse the polymerizable liquid precursor as droplets in the dispersion medium; a vertical polymerization column configured to receive the dispersion medium with the droplets dispersed therein and to permit the polymerizable liquid precursor polymerize while descending the column in a descending flow of polymerization medium; and a vessel at the base of the column for receiving the descending flow of dispersion medium and collecting polymerized solid beads.

Dechlorinating agent used for removing HCl from gas by dry method and preparation method thereof

InactiveCN101773768AImprove dechlorination activityHigh activityOther chemical processesAluminium silicatesPorosityCross-link
The invention relates to a dechlorinating agent used for removing HCl from a gas by using a dry method and a preparation method thereof. The dechlorinating agent is prepared from Na2CO3, CaCO3, CaO and MaO as active constituents, crosslinked bentonite as a porous auxiliary agent, and methyl cellulose as a foaming agent and an auxiliary extrusion agent through extrusion forming, drying and roasting. The cross-linked bentonite is prepared by exchanging large-size poly aluminum cation with small-size simple cation, so that the crosslinked bentonite has great porosity factor and large specific surface. The specific surface and the pore volume of the crosslinked bentonite are larger than those of non-crosslinked bentonite. By using the crosslinked bentonite as the porous auxiliary agent, the specific surface of the dechlorinating agent is enlarged, and the dechlorinating activity and the chlorosity of the dechlorinating agent are increased. The dechlorinating agent prepared by using the crosslinked bentonite has a pore volume of 0.3-0.4 mL/g, a specific surface of 70-90 m<2>/g and a crushing strength of 60-80 N/cm, not only has lower price than pseudo-boehmite and a molecular sieve, but also has simple preparation process, high dechlorinating activity and great low-temperature penetration chlorosity.

Technique for efficiently removing iron from kaolin

The invention relates to a technique for efficiently removing iron from kaolin by magnetic separation, which is characterized by comprising the following steps: (1) purifying kaolin raw ore to obtain a magnetic separation raw material; (2) adding water to the magnetic separation raw material obtained in the step (1) to prepare a mixed slurry with the solid content of 10-20 wt%, adding sodium hexametaphosphate accounting for 0.2-0.6 wt% of the magnetic separation raw material, slurrying, stirring for 20 minutes, and passing through a 325-mesh wet sieve; (3) carrying out high-gradient magnetic separation on the undersize slurry of the 325-mesh sieve in the step (2): while controlling the magnetic field intensity of the high-gradient magnetic separator at 1.0-1.8T and the slurry flow rate at 0.8-1.8cm/s, the slurry is subjected to magnetic separation by the high-gradient magnetic separator to obtain a concentrate slurry; (4) adding alum accounting for 1-6 wt% of the concentrate slurry into the concentrate slurry obtained in the step (3), flocculating, carrying out pressure filtration, drying, and packaging to obtain a magnetic concentrate; and (5) calcining the magnetic concentrate obtained in the step (4) to obtain the calcined kaolin. The technique has the advantages of high iron removal efficiency and obvious whitening effect.
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