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Advanced Refining Technologies (ART) first introduced the SmART Catalyst System® (Sulfur minimization by ART for ultra low sulfur diesel in 2001. Since that time, the technology has been widely accepted by the refining industry as top tier. The first SmART System began operation early in 2004 at a North American refinery processing a feed containing 40% of a high endpoint LCO. Since then DX catalysts have been selected for numerous applications as either stand-alone catalysts or as components in a SmART system. One of the keys to the success of the technology has been the application of high activity catalysts such as CDXi, 420DX, NDXi, 590DX and 591DX into the system. ART has continued to devote significant resources to the development of higher activity catalysts, and this effort has resulted in the recent commercialization of 425DX (CoMo) and 545DX (NiMo). These catalysts represent the third generation of DX catalysts and offer refiners unparalleled performance for production of ULSD.
Distillate Pool Maximization by the Exploiting the Use of Opportunity Feeds
The Effects of Treat Gas H2 Purity on ULSD Catalyst Performance
Meet Clean Fuels Challenges wit 420DX
New Opportunities for Co-Processing Renewable Feeds
Successful Implementation of ULSD and Dewaxing Technology at Irving Oil
Maximizing ULSD Unit Performance
A New High Activity CoMo Catalyst for ULSD by ART
ART Excels in ULSD Service-Update on Sulfur Management by ART
Combining New and Old Technologies-Inlet Diffuser and Random Packing Dramatically Improve Reactor Performance
Feed Contaminants in Hydroprocessing Units
Maximizing ULSD Unit Performance when Processing LCO and Other Previously Processed Feeds
Factors Influencing ULSD Color
Cetane Improvement in Diesel Hydrotreating
Distillate Pool MaximizationDistillate Pool Maximization by Additional LCO Processing
Impact of Processing More LCO
The SmART Catalyst System-Meeting the Challenges of ULSD
Balancing the Need for Low Sulfur FCC Products Applying Advanced Technology for Cat Feed Hydrotreating
Controlling Contaminants in Diesel Hydrotreating Operations
Hydrocracking Pretreat Catalyst Development
545 DX-Higher Performance with a New NiMo Catalyst for ULSD
The ART of Trapping Silicon and Arsenic
Understanding Cloud Point and Hydrotreating Relationships
High Activity Catalysts Are Key to the Success of the SmART Catalyst System
Optimizing Hydroprocessing Catalyst Systems for Hydrocracking and Diesel Hydrotreating Applications