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Clariant expands catalyst portfolio

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Clariant announced the expansion of its EnviCat series of catalysts to include a high performance solution for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) to combat nitrogen oxides (NOx).

Clariant offers methodology to remove high levels of NOX via its EnviCat NOX SCR catalyst. The catalyst, an extruded honeycomb structured block made from a vanadium based composite, is designed to facilitate NOX reduction reactions in an oxidising atmosphere. With high selectivity, EnviCat NOX significantly decreases NOX levels using ammonia as a reducing agent for the conversion of NOX pollutants into nitrogen and water.

EnviCat NOX SCR has been demonstrated to effectively lower NOX emissions from gas fired exhaust streams and is well suited to a multitude of chemical and industrial applications.

“Clariant is delighted to be able to offer this important addition to our catalyst emissions reduction portfolio,” said Stefan Heuser, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Catalysts. “Not only is the technology highly effective in mitigating the dangerous effects of NOX, it now enables us to provide our customers with cost-effective emissions solutions for both upstream and downstream businesses.”??

EnviCat NOX SCR is available in module designs of varying lengths and cell densities, is easily installed and can be configured to the plant’s particular dimensions. The catalyst supports to achieve plant specific emission limit targets while effectively controlling NH3 slip under low to mid-temperature operation.

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