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Ammonia cracking catalysts

Ammonia cracking is the process by which ammonia is decomposed towards hydrogen and nitrogen over a catalyst (based on base or pgm metals).

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D302011-5

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D101002-5

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C301099-5

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Soldering fluxes

Soft solder fluxes are available in forms with both corrosive and intermediate/low corrosivity residues.

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Fluxes

ALU-FLO, EASYFLO, soldering fluxes and TENACITY flux powders and pastes

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Sheet and foils

Johnson Matthey offer a wide range of Platinum Group Metal (PGM) sheet and foils used in many applications including fine jewellery, sensors, electrical contacts and fabrications for the glass industry.

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Catalyst coated membrane (CCM)

Flexible CCM solutions; we provide JM’s proprietary electrochemistry in roll format.

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Pt-100

CAS Number: 15604-36-1

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Pt-114

CAS Number: 68478–92–2

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Pt-99

Trimethyl(methylcyclopentadienyl)platinum(IV) | CAS: 94442-22-5

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COMPACTSCRT™

Data centre emission control product

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Biodiesel process

Johnson Matthey’s DAVY™ biodiesel process offers a solution to this problem. Our flowsheet can employ inexpensive low-quality non-edible feeds, in addition to virgin and higher-quality oils.

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Propylene glycol process

Our DAVY™ glycerol to propylene glycol (GPG) process is a perfect fit for our DAVY biodiesel process as the by-product, glycerol, can be fed to an adjoining GPG plant.

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Formaldehyde plant range

The latest FORMOX™ plant design is a step further in the evolution of our plant technology.

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Dimethyl ether process

DME is an alternative automotive fuel solution and can be used as fuel in diesel engines, gasoline and gas turbines. Johnson Matthey offers the DAVY™ DME process, which uses methanol feed, as an extension to our methanol flowsheet.

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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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Reforming technologies (ATR, GHR, SMR)

Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ reforming technologies transform natural gas into synthesis gas (syngas, predominantly CO, CO2 and H2) . Syngas is a feedstock for the DAVY gas to liquids (GTL) and methanol processes.

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Environmental oxidation process

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.

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New processes

Expansion of our DAVY™ process portfolio is a key element of our business strategy, and this is accomplished by a combination of in-house developments, acquisition and collaborative programmes.

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