Amorphous alloy catalysts are used for cyclobutene sulfone catalytic hydrogenation

Cyclobutene sulfone catalytic hydrogenation is one of the most important operating units in the production process of cyclobutene sulfone, the level of hydrogenation yield, the important index of cyclobutane sulfone products, 2-cyclobutene sulfone slip amount, heat resistance, etc. have a direct impact, but also related to the distillation process in the sulfur dioxide emission can meet the standard, therefore, optimize the cyclobutene sulfone catalytic hydrogenation process, improve the hydrogenation yield is particularly important.
The activity, addition amount and fluidization state of the catalyst (i.e. stirring efficiency) are important factors affecting the production cost of cyclobutene sulfone catalytic hydrogenation, and the use of amorphous alloy catalyst, the various indicators of the catalyst are better than the ordinary Rainey nickel catalyst, which can shorten the reaction time, improve the product yield and reduce the production cost.
Optimized process conditions for catalytic hydrogenation of cyclobutene sulfone: cyclobutene sulfone concentration 45%-50%; Pressure 2.3-2.5 MPa; Temperature 40-70°C; Catalyst increase by 5%; Reaction time 2.5 h.




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