SwRI will be exhibiting at eChemExpo, booth no. 406.
Join us for a lunchbox seminar; lunch is on us!
Thursday, April 21
Noon – 12:25 p.m., Track 5: Safety, Sustainability, Mobility, Environment
“Fluidized Beds for the Future of Conventional and Unconventional Feedstocks and Products for Chemical Production,” Eloy Flores
As industry continues to evolve and pyrolysis continues to move towards large-scale commercialization for renewable fuels and chemicals, the need for integration of new designs into current and new infrastructure continues to increase. The ongoing change of feedstocks makes fluidized bed technology key to the future of the industry. New feedstocks and integration of materials such as plastics and biomass continuously drive the need for research and development to meet new challenges at commercial scales.
Southwest Research Institute has supported our clients with these endeavors using fluidized bed and other pilot plant experience over the past 20 years.
This seminar will discuss past and future fluidized bed technologies designed, constructed, and operated at SwRI for solving fuel and chemical product specific challenges.
Registration for the seminar is required: http://echemexpo.com/to-attend/
For more information, please contact Kyle March.