Olefins are key components of the petrochemical industry and a mainstay of modern everyday life. It is used in the production of plastics, chemical products, industrial packaging, and more. As the global population grows, so will be the need for and production of Olefins.
The Roto Dynamic Reactor (RDR) is a revolutionary technology owned by Coolbrook. It uses rocket engineering, mechanical engineering and chemistry to solve the biggest challenges in Olefins’ production today, by replacing the conventional furnace with the Rotor Dynamic Reactor.
The Chemelot Brightlands Campus facilitates Coolbrook in their ambition to further develop and test their revolutionary RDR-process. Hereto a pilot plant will be designed and build.
In order to size up the required room, utility demands and to meet the environmental legislation, Brightlands granted Alpha Pro the order to perform a FEL study.
The FEL study emphasizes the following deliverables:
By changing how Olefins are produced, RDR reduces CO2 emissions, increases profit, and drives the petrochemical industry forward.