- Millisecond furnace
A Millisecond furnace is a device used for cracking naphtha into ethylene, by extremely short (50 to 100 millisecond) exposure to temperatures of about 900 degrees Celsius, followed by a rapid quenching below 750 degrees Celsius.
They were developed by M W Kellogg in the 1970s.Categories:
- Oil refining
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