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SCR catalyst elements and modules

Stationary emissions control: SINOX® honeycomb SCR and plate SCR catalyst are pre-installed in element frames or modules for durability and easy handling.

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Mixed oxide catalyst pellets and honeycombs

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey’s SINOx® mixed oxide catalysts can be used alone or in combination with precious metal oxidation catalysts for more efficient and economical catalyst systems.

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Mining-CRT® systems

Stationary emissions control: The need to reduce particulate matter (PM) emissions from mining machines is necessary, driven by new regulations and an increasing understanding of detrimental health effects of exposure to fine particles.

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SCRT systems

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey’s SCRT® technology combines the diesel particulate filter system, incorporating an oxidation catalyst, to control CO, HC and PM, and a SCR catalyst to reduce NOx emissions.

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COMPACTSCRT™

Data centre emission control product

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Continuously regenerating trap DPF-(C)CRT®

Stationary emissions control: These systems are normally suitable for use with a wide range of non-road mobile machinery (NRMM), engine power ranges and engine emissions levels.

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CRTdm diagnostic module

Stationary emissions control: CRT®dm diagnostic module and 24 month data logger is installed on every CRT system.

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SOOT ALERT monitor

Stationary emissions control: Companion product to the CRT® system that alerts operator when and how long to regenerate the diesel particulate filter.

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MODULEX and DUALOX catalytic converters and converter-silencers

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey's MODULEX and DUALOX® catalytic converters for stationary engines were developed to satisfy the increasing demand for clean air technology combined with silencing.

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SCR catalyst for Hg oxidation

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey’s advanced SCR catalysts can achieve high Hg0 conversions under a variety of power plant conditions for cleaner energy and cleaner air.

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