Modern base oils from hungarian crude slack wax

György Pölczmann, Szabolcs Magyar, Jeno Hancsók, Jeno Baladincz

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Abstract

The main catalytic technologies to produce environmentally friendly (low sulfur and low aromatic content) base oils from crude oil are the hydroisomerization of high molecular weight paraffins and the catalytic dewaxing. The goal of these technologies is to decrease the pour point of the oil with 10°-30°C and to increase the VI. With crude slack wax isomerization base oils with the highest VI, with catalytic n-paraffin conversion I-III class base oils can be produced. The results of hydroisomerization of wax from Hungarian crude oil on Pt/SAPO-11 catalyst were presented. The Pt/SAPO-11 catalyst was applicable to the hydroisomerization of Hungarian slack wax. The degree of hydroisomerization and hydrocracking changed with operational conditions. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 16th International Colloquium Tribology Lubricants, Materials and Lubrication Engineering (Stuttgart/Ostfildern, Germany 1/15-17/2008).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTechnische Akademie Esslingen - 16th International Colloquium Tribology, Lubricants, Materials and Lubrication Engineering, Book of Synopsis 2008
Publication statusPublished - Nov 21 2008
Event16th International Colloquium Tribology - Lubricants, Materials and Lubrication Engineering, Book of Synopses 2008 - Osifildern, Germany
Duration: Jan 15 2008Jan 17 2008

Publication series

NameTechnische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings
Volume16

Other

Other16th International Colloquium Tribology - Lubricants, Materials and Lubrication Engineering, Book of Synopses 2008
CountryGermany
CityOsifildern
Period1/15/081/17/08

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Surfaces, Coatings and Films
  • Materials Chemistry

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    Pölczmann, G., Magyar, S., Hancsók, J., & Baladincz, J. (2008). Modern base oils from hungarian crude slack wax. In Technische Akademie Esslingen - 16th International Colloquium Tribology, Lubricants, Materials and Lubrication Engineering, Book of Synopsis 2008 (Technische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings; Vol. 16).