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Oxidation catalysts

Johnson Matthey offers a variety of precious and base metal catalysts for a variety of oxidation processes.

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Mercury removal absorbents

Johnson Matthey is the market leader in the production of mercury removal adsorbents for the gas processing industry. Our PURASPEC range of adsorbents is tailored for effective and complete mercury removal from hydrocarbon streams.

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Biorenewable catalysts

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.

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Steam reforming catalysts

Steam reforming is the reaction of methane (and other higher hydrocarbons) with steam in the presence of a catalyst to form carbon oxides and hydrogen. Read more on our pre reforming catalysts, primary reforming catalysts and secondary/ATR reforming catalysts.

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Hydrogenation catalysts

Johnson Matthey offers a range of hydrogenation catalysts through its HTC™, PRICAT™ and SPONGE METAL™ catalyst brands.

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Total saturation catalysts

We offer a range of palladium and nickel based catalysts for total saturation duties.

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CATACEL SSR catalyst

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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Purification process

PURASPEC™ processes are used to remove low levels of contaminants from a variety of hydrocarbon gas and liquid streams in the petrochemical, gas processing and refineries industries.

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Methanol synthesis catalysts

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.

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COS removal

The removal of COS is carried out by a two stage process which involves the hydrolysis of the COS and the subsequent absorption of the H2S which is produced by this reaction.

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