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JM's addition systems have been in widespread use on the FCC process since the mid 1980’s, and today there are over 300 units installed in refineries throughout the world.
FORMOX™ plants are available for integrated direct production of UFC (urea formaldehyde concentrate).
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.
Aldolization is a key part of the oxo alcohols process where two aldehydes combine to produce a larger aldehyde which is then converted to an alcohol by hydrogenation.
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.
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.
Environmental concerns about industrial emissions to air and water have been continually growing. In response, Johnson Matthey has targeted key issues by applying our expertise in catalysts and catalytic technology.
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.
Johnson Matthey’s range of PURASPEC fixed bed absorbents is proven in numerous markets as a simple and effective means of achieving sulphur removal from natural gas.
Johnson Matthey has a long legacy in pre-reforming catalysts dating back to the 1960s and offers the CRG series of catalysts.
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