Tuesday 2 October 2018


The Phatfarm is a medium through which ZAMOREX is launching its content process system.


The system is comprised of the following components:
  •         Content sources
  •        Distinctive test system
  •         Curing and Unification system
  •       Space system
  •       Splitter system
  •       Residuum
  •       Forward and Expansion system
  •       Bright content recovery system
  •         Exceptional content production system
  •       Developed content production system

A typical capacity check operations shall be carried out throughout the process system on regular production bases.

The following shall be determined for proper analysis of the production operation:
·         Distinctive test 
·         Forward and Expansion system
·         Bright content recovery system
·         Curing and Unification

  • Distinctive test: is a content production unit that performs the initial split-up of the content into products. The residuum is unified for use as a shelter product.
  • The ZAMOREX forward and expansion system: is a unit required to upgrade the corporate content to produce higher products. In this process unit, where chains of reactions takes place.
  • Bright content recovery system: this is where splitting equipment is necessary after the forward and expansion process is carried out on the production system overhead stream to split the overflow content mixture into the desire product range grazes. 
  • Curing and Unification: known as training is used to reduce scrums and to advance the strength of content production system splitting. The strain of training increases with increase in the process assessment point (90% performance mark-up).

ZAMOREX should introduce a de-bottlenecking process system into the content refinery, because the cost and effect law shall always play its role. Therefore, the content de-bottlenecking process (capacity check analysis) shall be used where the content demand is substantially lower and hence the final product demand is close to the formed by single stage content development.

In areas where the demand for the content is relatively high, de-bottlenecking process is required. The minimum process for ZAMOREX products refinery design should include the following:
·         Distinctive test system
·         Forward and Expansion system
·         Bright content recovery system
·         Curing and Unification system

The ZAMOREX refinery process system uses a content fast system; is a technology that is circulated continuously between the reactors where content cracking takes place and the regenerator where content accumulation drop is burned off. This is the major completing process which offers greater de-bottlenecking and elasticity but usually requires a higher asset.

ZAMOREX content cracking is a fixed bed process system which cracks and transforms content feeds. The process system consumes higher quantities of contents and the content lodge is usually necessary to support the production operation.

Practically, any content stock can be cracked, including separated feeds which resist de-bottlenecking by other content process systems. The very residuum drain from the space content system does not make good quality feed for content cracking system.

ZAMOREX content refinery shows it is Unifying into residual content. Many times, however, the market for bulky volumes of residual content does not exist. When this is the case supplementary content de-bottlenecking units are added to further route the space process system bottoms.

In other words, the higher the de-bottlenecking of the refinery the higher divided products is produced. The relative levels of de-bottlenecking vary from one content refinery to another.

To increase the de-bottlenecking process of the space system bottoms the harshness of the processing is increased. The resulting content levels may decrease to nothing.

The dense content process is commercially used with resolution based on fussy need at a specified refinery.

Some of the various characteristics of ZAMOREX content refinery include:

  • Postponed Content: this content comes in two major variations or process:
  1. The content fast process produces smaller amount of content as compared with postponed content and then generates a better product distribution.
  2. The content produced by the content fast system, however, is of little value as it consists of fine hard particles in contrast to large pieces for postponed content. The time extent in size and texture is important to the industry that historically has used postponed content, because its end products are highly most excellent.
  •       Vis – flouting: is the smallest amount of the content fast process, but is restricted to the lowest de-bottlenecking of perhaps 25-30% of the feed to very high degree matter.
There are many other processes used in content refineries not mentioned here. The list above is intended only to emphasize the wide range of processing which is common to ZAMOREX content refinery and to initiate in a very general way some of the more important of these processes.

 Also it must be emphasize that only fundamental principles of ZAMOREX refinery operations have been discussed and existing content refinery techniques vary widely from one organization to another.

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