Many chemical manufacturing plants use ambient air as their source of Nitrogen or Oxygen. As these high value facilities have been optimized and improved, the warm weather mass flow from the suction air compressor suffers, resulting in less production and a significant impact of the bottom line. At Everest Sciences, our Everest Cycle eliminates inlet air bottlenecks to enable more high value production. Our efficient cooling process provides a constant inlet temperature as low as 40 degrees Fahrenheit. This reduced temperature increases the mass flow and production by more than 15% on hot days. In many locations, this equates to nearly 8% more annual production.
The large decline in Natural Gas prices has positioned North American Ammonia producers to displace much of the imported Nitrogen based fertilizers. This strong market position has increased in the investment in existing production facilities such that the suction air compressor limits are a high cost, long lead investment. Our …Read more...
Nitric Acid is a key component to upgrade Ammonia for many Nitrogen based fertilizers, including Ammonium Nitrate and Urea Ammonium Nitrate. The dramatic increase in the production of Ammonia has led to the demand for more Nitric Acid. As with many Chemical processes, the high value suction air chiller can …Read more...
Chemical Processing plants of many varieties have a need for Process Cooling. In many cases these cooling needs are driven by changing process conditions, environmental mandate and/or varying production levels. With the innovative Everest Cycle, our solutions are uniquely positioned to provide cooler conditions with no mechanical chilling vs. traditional …Read more...