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Ammonia slip catalyst (ASC)

Mobile emissions control: Johnson Matthey’s ASC technology removes residual ammonia (NH3) from upstream ammonia dosing systems, converting it into nitrogen (N2) and water (H2O).

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HAPGUARD monitor

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey's HAPGUARD temperature and pressure monitor ensures that your catalytic converter remains in compliance with RICE NESHAP for clean air.

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Hydrochlorination technology

Hydrochlorination involves adding hydrogen chloride across the multiple bond of an unsaturated hydrocarbon. Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ hydrochlorination technology focuses on alkyne (triple-bonded) reactants.

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Methanation technology

Our methanation technology, utilising our CRG catalysts , performs the key chemical transformation of syngas into SNG, and ensures the final product is of a suitable quality for injection into gas distribution networks.

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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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NOx control systems

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey SCR systems prevent air pollution from stationary diesel and natural gas engines for cleaner energy and cleaner air.

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SCR catalysts

Stationary emissions control: our 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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Fischer-Tropsch

Johnson Matthey manufactures and offers a cobalt based Fischer-Tropsch catalyst. Our extensive experience in catalysts and catalyst manufacture makes Johnson Matthey the ideal partner to manufacture your proprietary Fischer-Tropsch and other catalysts.

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Ir-112, iridium acetate solution

Hexakis(acetato)triaquo-µ-oxotriiridium(III) acetate solution, iridium acetate solution | CAS: 52705-52-9

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Hydroformylation Catalysts Rh-42, Rh-43 (ROPAC) and Rh-50

CAS numbers: 17185-29-4 | 25470-96-6 | 14874-82-9

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