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Course Description

CCR Platforming™ Process Standard, Des Plaines, Illinois - Hybrid (includes Web-Based Training) May 6, 2024 - May 10, 2024 UOP Training Center, 95 E. Algonquin Rd, Bldg. D, Des Plaines, IL, 60017 USA

Registration Closing Date

April 30, 2024

Register by March 8, 2024 to receive a 10.0% discount.

Course Overview

This course provides an overview of the CCR Platforming units with an Atmospheric and/or Cyclemax regenerator, however, there will be time for questions specific to Pressurized regenerators as well. The principles of catalyst regeneration and regeneration tower operation are addressed, including how to optimize catalyst performance and maximize catalyst life. This is a discussion-based session, led by UOP technical experts.

A Web-Based Training pre-requisite must be completed by the registrant prior to the commencement of the course. Details on how to access and complete the web-based training will be sent to the registrant’s email address a minimum of 30 days prior to the commencement of the course.

We will be offering this course both in person and virtually. Virtual participants will log on during the live course, which meets during Central Standard Time.

1 week prior to the start of the course, we will provide the Teams meeting link via E-mail.

Cost with/without SA (In-person): $10000 / $11750 USD

Cost with/without SA (Virtual): $6375 / $7375 USD

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for new process engineers or senior operations personnel who work with the CCR Platforming unit or supervise those who do.

**Attendance is limited to UOP license holders.

All prices are net of taxes.

The Course Duration is (in Days): 4.5

Course Benefits

  • Understand the principles of lock hopper logic and catalyst circulation
  • Understand operating procedures and put them into practice
  • Troubleshoot typical operating problems
  • Monitor process operations
  • Identify process flow of the CCR Platforming unit
  • Explain the criteria for reactor and regenerator inspection
  • Identify catalyst poisons
  • Explain the catalyst chemistry and its effect on performance
  • Describe the implications of process variable changes and their effect on performance and catalyst deactivation
  • Compare and contrast procedures for catalyst regeneration

Course Topics

  • Turnarounds
  • Process and catalyst chemistry
  • Reactor inspection
  • Platforming process poisons
  • Platforming process variables
  • CCR Regenerator Section: Atmospheric and CycleMax
  • Chloride management
  • Lock hopper logic
  • Regeneration equipment
  • Catalyst circulation and control
  • Platforming process procedures
  • Process flow

Supplemental Offerings