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5 ways to Optimize Production of Polymers and Intermediate Petrochemicals

By Mettler Toledo CE |



Polymer production and manufacturing the intermediate petrochemical products that constitute them,
can be challenging due to the presence of hazardous, viscous, or corrosive chemical streams.
These chemicals can be hard to manage, and tough on your equipment.
Using the correct analyzers and sensors, you can optimize your polymer production, and reduce
costs associated with analytical sensor consumption.

The guide, "5 Critical Measurements for Polymer Production", highlights key analytical
measurements for intermediate petrochemical and polymer production that can help you reduce
safety risk, avoid process interruption, eliminate unplanned downtime, and ensure the quality
of your final products. The on-line measurements and sensor technologies discussed in this
guide help intermediate petrochemical and polymer production managers, analyzer engineers,
operations managers, and quality and maintenance departments to make decisions that optimize
production, prevent bad batches, and minimize safety risks.

Topics covered:
- Predictive pH Sensor Maintenance:– eliminate unplanned downtime
- Preventing Product Discoloration from Unwanted Oxidation– stop unwanted polymer oxidation
- Simplify Maintenance and Control – reduce process interruption
- Ensure Safe Storage of Hazardous Chemicals – avoid runaway polymerization reactions
- Optimize Exhaust Monitoring – averting problems at scrubbers



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