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Ethylene oxide

by CRI Catalyst Company (CRICC)     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

As a result of our R&D efforts, CRI is the world’s leading supplier of Ethylene Oxide catalysts. 50% of the world’s EO is currently produced using CRI’s EO catalysts.

EcoFit - Diesel Oxidation Catalysts

by Cummins Inc. - Cummins Emission Solutions     based in Columbus, INDIANA (USA)

EcoFit Diesel Oxidation Catalysts reduce Particulate Matter (PM) through a chemical reaction that requires no cleaning or maintenance.  In production since the early 1990’s, EcoFit DOCs have been customized for the challenging demands of off-highway equipment and unique space constraints.

AirFlow - Model EZDoc and MinNoDoc - Diesel Oxidation Catalyst

by AirFlow Catalyst Systems, Inc.     based in Rochester, NEW YORK (USA)

Low temperature oxidation of CO and HC.Oxidation of up to 20% of PM.>90% CO at 210°C – >90% HC at 230°C

Catalytic Oxidizer

by Cire Technologies, Inc.     based in Mountain Lakes, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Cire Technologies has manufactured catalytic oxidizers for over twenty years. We use only construction techniques that are proven by years of equipment operation. Our design for our catalytic oxidizers differs from other manufacturers in that we make the exterior skin out of fully welded plate steel and depend on that skin to seal the unit from ...

Catalytic Converters

by Hypercat ACP     based in West Chester, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Catalytic converters are devices installed as part of the exhaust gas piping assembly associated with an internal combustion engine to reduce the concentrations of Carbon Monoxide (CO), unburned hydrocarbons and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) generated by the fuel combustion process. Originally developed from catalytic science used in the oil refining ...

Three-Way Catalyst

by Hypercat ACP     based in West Chester, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Hypercat ACP's three-way catalytic converter simultaneously oxidizes carbon monoxide (CO) and unburnt hydrocarbons (HCs), while also reducing nitrogen oxides (NOx). More specifically, the three-way catalytic converter reactions are further described below:

CARULITE 500 - Air Pollution Catalysts

by Carus Corporation     based in Peru, ILLINOIS (USA)

CARULITE® 500 catalyst is used to effectively destroy ethylene emissions resulting from sterilization of medical equipment and supplies. The catalyst converts toxic ethylene oxide, at low temperatures, to carbon dioxide and water.

SAGEMIS - Model SCR - Selective Catalytic Reduction System

by SAGEMIS International     based in Vimercate (MB), ITALY

Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) converts nitrogen oxides with the aid of a catalyst into diatomic nitrogen, N2, and water, H2O. The reaction of reduction of NOx into N2 is made with injection of reductant, usually urea, in the stream of exhaust gas on a catalyst bed. The reduction efficiency is up to 75%-95% and the design of the plant is made ...

Pyroban - Model PTX - PTX Diesel Oxidation Two Way Catalysts

by Pyroban Group Ltd.     based in Horsham, UNITED KINGDOM

Pyroban Envirosafe’s PTX Diesel Catalyst is one of the key after treatment exhaust emission solutions, lowering harmful emissions from diesel engines. The PTX Diesel Catalyst promotes an oxidation reaction reducing the tailpipe output of two of the gases found in diesel exhaust emissions, CO and HC. This type of system is often referred to ...

Air Pollution Control Catalyst Applications

by Applied Catalysts     based in Doraville, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Our environmental catalysts are used to clean the air you breath during the manufacturing process in a wide range of everyday applications. During these necessary processes, environmentally pollutants are created. Catalysts are used in these applications to abate pollutants before they are released from the system to the surrounding environment.

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