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Turbocharger and steam utilisation process

In most high power cost situations, a turbocharger is the preferred design with short payback on the extra investment.

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Three Way Filter (TWF®)

Mobile emission controls: Johnson Matthey's Three Way Filter (TWF®) technology can reduce particle numbers by up to 99%.

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Gauze catalysts

Each of our bespoke platinum based gauze catalysts for ammonia oxidation is made to meet customers’ specific requirements, with unique production and knitting patterns.

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Three-way catalyst

Mobile emission controls: three-way catalysts for cars, vans, light trucks and motorcycles.

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Process optimisation

Through our exclusive partnership with ProSim we can enhance plant performance through diagnostics and optimisation of the entire nitric acid process.

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Gas to liquids process

Converting natural gas to liquid fuels is an attractive prospect, particularly where the gas resource is effectively stranded in a remote location, making the conventional routes to market, by long distance pipeline or conversion to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for shipment by sea, uneconomic.

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Purified terephthalic acid (PTA) process

A successful collaboration between Johnson Matthey and Dow has achieved a breakthrough PTA process offering improved economics, competitiveness and reliability while delivering a quality PTA product.

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Hydrogenation technology

Hydrogenation is a key part of the oxo alcohols process for the production of oxo alcohols, where aldehyde produced by hydroformylation or aldolisation is hydrogenated to produce oxo alcohols.

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Oxidation technology

In terms of organic chemistry, oxidation is defined as a reaction which causes carbon to lose electron density. This can be caused by a carbon atom forming a bond with a more electronegative atom (e.g. oxygen, nitrogen), or breaking a bond with a less electronegative atom (e.g. hydrogen).

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Dimethyl formamide (DMF) process

Dimethyl formamide (DMF) is produced by reacting dimethylamine with carbon monoxide in the presence of a catalyst at low temperature and pressure in a specialised reactor. Johnson Matthey license the DAVY™ DMF process, which is well-proven commercially.

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