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Ammonia cracking is the process by which ammonia is decomposed towards hydrogen and nitrogen over a catalyst (based on base or pgm metals).
Methanol synthesis is the formation of methanol from carbon oxides and hydrogen. It is catalysed by copper-zinc catalysts. KATALCO 51-series methanol synthesis catalysts are key to the methanol technologies offered by Johnson Matthey.
We offer catalysts for selective hydrogenation, for both ethylene plant configurations: front-end and tail-end.
Our amination catalysts are used for a variety of speciality amines production and downstream of our oxo-alcohol catalysts.
Johnson Matthey supplies both un-reduced and pre-reduced ammonia synthesis catalysts, based on more than 80 years' operating experience with ICI.
Following recent environmental legislation and an increasing awareness on the part of product manufacturers for sustainable products, the need to replace non-renewable fossil raw materials is more apparent than ever.
We have formulated PRICAT™ PD 468 to ensure high C4 acetylene conversion whilst minimising butadiene hydrogenation and green oil formation.
We have a range of PRICAT™ PD catalysts for effective selective hydrogenation of acetylenes and butadienes to butylenes.
Steam cracking can produce pentenes at over 130 kg per MT of ethylene produced from liquids cracking, depending upon cracking severity and feedstock.
Johnson Matthey’s CATACEL SSR tailored catalyst technology is a proven high performance, direct replacement catalytic solution for producing hydrogen from natural gas through the steam reforming process.
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