Course Description

HF Alkylation Process - Advanced January 12, 2019 - January 13, 2019 UOP Training Center, 95 E. Algonquin Rd, Bldg. D, Des Plaines, IL, 60017 USA

Registration Closing Date

January 1, 2019

Register by January 1, 2019 to receive a 10.0% discount.

Course Overview

This advanced course provides an in-depth technical review of HF Alkylation Process operations for process engineers and operators. It provides participants with two (2) days of classroom training that addresses advanced issues in HF Alkylation. This course is intended to build on the basis training provided in the 3-day Standard UOP HF Alkylation Training course.

The Advanced HF Alkylation Process course will provide further emphasis on reliability and mechanical integrity of piping and equipment and will look closely at some of the current corrosion concerns that are unusual and particular to the HF Alkylation unit. Economics of HF Alkylation unit operation will be covered as well as risk control. Troubleshooting strategies will be discussed and participants will have the opportunity to discuss specific problems and review possible solutions.

This class is typically conducted one time a year during the third quarter of the year. For more details contact:

Who Should Attend

This course is designed to improve/enhance the skills and knowledge of the operations personnel, process and mechanical engineers, and inspection personnel who are already familiar with the basics of HF Alkylation technology and with the day to day operations.
Completion of the “Standard” 3-day UOP HF Alkylation Process technology course is a prerequisite for attendance in the “Advanced” course.

A $1,500.00 discount will be applied if attending the UOP HF Alkylation - Std. and either the UOP HF Alkylation - Adv. or UOP Butamer Process training courses.

The Course Duration is (in Days): 2.0

Course Benefits

Course Topics

  • Chemistry – Advanced topics
  • Process variables and contaminants – Advanced topics
  • Acid regeneration
  • Risk control
  • Alkylation economics
  • Reliability and mechanical integrity
  • Troubleshooting
  • Corrosion

Supplemental Offerings

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