In addition to dense loading activities, CatFlow™ is a technology developed and patented by Petroval to unload a reactor catalyst bed via a horizontal dump nozzle in the absence of a sloped dump nozzle (45°).
The objective of PETROVAL’s Infrared expert team is to provide instantaneous technical feedback by highlighting the potential limitations identified on the furnace.
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🥇PETROVAL is pleased to announce the renewal of its BizSafe 3 certification for three years in its Singapore subsidiary,
Recently, Petroval has supported a Major Refinery in South Africa in its major turn-around offering a wide range of technologies, included Technical Assistance, Densicat, S-Load, CatFlow, and Unidense.
🎬 Relive the co-presentation of Petroval and SARAS regarding Tube Inserts applications at SARAS Sarlux Refinery.
📌PETROVAL will attend the International Downstream Week 2021.
PETROVAL SA has recently successfully renewed the certification of its Quality (ISO 9001) and Safety / Health / Environment (MASE) management systems.
This excellent result is due to the numerous continuous improvement actions implemented on a daily basis within PETROVAL SA and its subsidiaries.
PETROVAL is proud to present the Gold Safety Award 2020 obtained by our US branch PETROVAL Inc.
30 years ago, Petroval introduced on the market the Densicat® process, comprising a novel dense loading machine with experienced and trained technicians.
PETROVAL is a proud Sponsor of the 2020 American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) SUMMIT, which is VIRTUAL this year Aug 25-Aug 27, 2020.
PETROVAL has successfully implemented its first S-Load® application in the Middle East at Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company (YASREF) Ltd.
CATFLOW™ is a technology developed and patented by Petroval, for the unloading of a reactor catalyst bed via a horizontal dump pipe in the absence of a sloped dump nozzle (45°).
Petroval’s Densicat®, the worldwide leading dense loading technology, is a technique which has been in use in dense loading reactors for over 25 years.