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Koch W.,SWAPSOL Corporation | Wasas J.,SWAPSOL Corporation | Stenger R.,SWAPSOL Corporation | Howell E.,SWAPSOL Corporation
Hydrocarbon Engineering | Year: 2010

Swapsol Corporation's Stenger-Wasas Process (SWAP) a CO2 conversion and elimination process, as it consumes CO2 in an exothermic reaction under relatively mild process conditions. The SWAP will have applications in landfill and sour gas operations where it can reduce H 2S to below detectable levels. The SWAP also holds applications in flue gas cleanup, Claus tail gas cleanup and hydrogen recovery. Non-reactive gases such as methane or propane, which may be present in the feed stream into a SWAP reactor, will not react over the catalyst, making the SWAP a useful technology for cleaning sour gases. The reaction is somewhat exothermic and proceeds in the temperature range of 70 - 250°C at ambient to moderate pressures. Under proper operating conditions, the SWAP is capable of reducing most existing gaseous oxides in flue gases as well as sulfur containing pollutants. The first commercial application of the SWAP is expected to be implemented at a landfill site where little integration with existing onsite processes will be needed.


Patent
SWAPSOL Corporation | Date: 2014-03-07

A process and system for substantially eliminating contaminants from a gas and a gas produced therefrom.


Patent
SWAPSOL Corporation | Date: 2011-10-17

A process and system for substantially eliminating contaminants from a gas and a gas produced therefrom.


Trademark
SWAPSOL Corporation | Date: 2012-09-26

Chemicals for absorbing hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans.

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