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We offer sorbents for the removal of inorganic and organic chloride; levels which can vary depending on the chloride source among other factors. Johnson Matthey can provide a tailored solution that is specific to the application and offers technology packages beyond absorbents and adsorbents where requested.
PROTELEC getter materials are used to ensure a hermetic (sealed) environment is available within electronics packages such as source lasers, gyroscopes, microwaves and medical packaging, to prevent premature device failure.
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.
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.
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.
The PURASPEC product range contains a specially designed absorbent which is selective for the removal of arsine from natural gas streams. PURASPEC material is proven in the field for the last 15 years for arsine removal from natural gas streams.
Bitrex®, the world’s bitterest substance, is the leading branded safety ingredient used in a variety of domestic and industrial applications.
Johnson Matthey’s INTERCAT SOXGETTER and LO-SOX PB families of SOx reduction additives have been developed to decrease the cost of removing SOx from the FCC flue gas in full burn, partial burn and two-stage regenerators.
INTERCAT 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.
Johnson Matthey’s INTERCAT range of NOXGETTER additives are tailored to capitalise on the inherent NOx emission gradients that exist in the regenerator.