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ActivCRT® and ActivDPF ® diesel particulate filters

Diesel particulate filter systems / engines

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ACT technology

ACT™ coatings protect ceramics through a thin coating (200-500 µm) of platinum or 10% rhodium/platinum and are Ideal for long runs and limited thermal cycling.

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PGM refining

As the largest secondary Platinum Group Metals (PGM) refiner in the world, we've developed highly advanced processes for extracting and separating PGMs from products – so advanced that we can refine to a purity of 99.95%.

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Ammonia synthesis catalysts

Johnson Matthey supplies both un-reduced and pre-reduced ammonia synthesis catalysts, based on more than 80 years' operating experience with ICI.

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Biodiesel process

Johnson Matthey’s DAVY™ biodiesel process offers a solution to this problem. Our flowsheet can employ inexpensive low-quality non-edible feeds, in addition to virgin and higher-quality oils.

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Propylene glycol process

Our DAVY™ glycerol to propylene glycol (GPG) process is a perfect fit for our DAVY biodiesel process as the by-product, glycerol, can be fed to an adjoining GPG plant.

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Formaldehyde plant range

The latest FORMOX™ plant design is a step further in the evolution of our plant technology.

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Dimethyl ether process

DME is an alternative automotive fuel solution and can be used as fuel in diesel engines, gasoline and gas turbines. Johnson Matthey offers the DAVY™ DME process, which uses methanol feed, as an extension to our methanol flowsheet.

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Hydrochlorination technology

Hydrochlorination involves adding hydrogen chloride across the multiple bond of an unsaturated hydrocarbon. Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ hydrochlorination technology focuses on alkyne (triple-bonded) reactants.

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Reforming technologies (ATR, GHR, SMR)

Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ reforming technologies transform natural gas into synthesis gas (syngas, predominantly CO, CO2 and H2) . Syngas is a feedstock for the DAVY gas to liquids (GTL) and methanol processes.

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