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TECHNOLOGIES CHEMICALS AND POLYMERS HIGH EFFICIENCY DEHYDROGENATION PROCESS

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This opportunity provides a patented, 100% efficient process in which hydrogen obtained from the adiabatic dehydrogenation process is used as the heat energy source.

Applications
Dehydrogenation processes are used extensively to produce styrene in the Fine Chemicals, Oleo Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Detergents Industries.

Likely feed stocks to be used in this dehydrogenation process include hydrocarbons such as:

  • Ethylbenzene;

  • Methanol;

  • Butane & Butene; and

  • Cyclohexane

…as well as inorganic compounds such as hydrogen sulfide or hydrogen iodide.

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Intellectual Property
U.S. patent 5,449,848 protects:

  • Two-zone chamber separated by a hydrogen-permeable membrane.

  • Directing the evolved hydrogen (by combusting Oxygen- or oxygen-containing feed gas) into the chamber.

  • Hydrogen permeable membrane that is comprised of a ceramic membrane sandwiched between two metal layers of palladium, palladium-alloy, Ti, Ni, or Cu.

   


Intellectual Capital
On April 1, 2001, the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology began operations as the "new" AIST. The new AIST is a research organization that comprises 15 research institutes previously under the former Agency of Industrial Science and Technology in the Ministry of International Trade and Industry and the Weights and Measures Training Institute.

AIST is Japan's largest public research organization with research facilities and more than 3,200 employees across Japan.

AIST is seeking to license these technologies and assist with their commercialization. A number of investment options are currently under consideration.

Consideration will be provided to a range of financial, strategic, and commercial investment partnerships.

Contact
Michael F Allan
First Principals, Inc.
1768 East 25th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
216-881-8526 - Phone
216-881-8522 - Fax 
Email: mfallan@firstprincipals.com

   

First Principals, Inc.   1768 East 25th Street  Cleveland, Ohio 44114   216.881.8520 phone   216.881.8522 fax   Email: info@firstprincipals.com

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