industrial exhaust gas treatment catalyst News

  • Panasonic Begins Shipping Samples of New Catalyst for Diesel Exhaust Gas Purification

    Osaka, June 22, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Panasonic Corporation announced today it has succeeded in the development of a new catalyst using an alkali metal compound to decompose and purify particulate matter in diesel engine exhaust gas[1], and has begun shipping its samples this month. As diesel emission regulations have become increasingly stringent, particularly in Japan, the US, and Europe, ...


  • Recovery of Precious Metal Catalysts with Supercritical Water Oxidation

    Incineration is the traditional method used to recover precious metals from spent catalysts, but it has a number of drawbacks, particularly from an environmental point of view. Now a British-Swedish joint venture, involving Chematur Engineering AB and Johnson Matthey, has developed a process that uses supercritical water oxidation to recover the precious metals. The technology, called ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • Independent lab test reports deem Dripstop® 940 containment free to ISO-22241 standards therefore it is ideal for use with Diesel Exhaust Fluid

    Hernon Manufacturing, the innovator in adhesives, sealants and dispensing equipment, is pleased to announce it has received independent lab verification, that its Dripstop® 940 pipe thread sealant is free of the containment's listed in ISO-22241, which are the same containment's also restricted for presence in Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) ...


    By Hernon Manufacturing Inc.

  • $26 billion market for mobile and stationary catalytic and thermal treatment

    In 2013 just under $26 billion will be spent to remove carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds and particulate carbon from stationary and mobile sources. Ninety-two percent of the market purchases will be for mobile sources. This is the conclusion reached in Thermal/Catalytic World Air Pollution Markets published by the McIlvaine Company. ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • EPA proposes to reduce air toxics from stationary diesel and gas-fired engines

    For the first time, EPA is proposing to set emission limits for formaldehyde, benzene, acrolein and other air toxics from certain stationary diesel and gas-fired engines. In 2008, over 1 million of these engines generated electricity, powered equipment and operated during emergencies at industrial, agricultural and other facilities. The proposed limits would apply to engines located at smaller ...

  • HORIBA expects strong increase in MEXA-ONE sales for 2013

    Orders of major OEMs acknowledge the motor exhaust gas analyzer ’s high performance First introduced on the market in 2012, HORIBA’s latest version of motor exhaust gas analyzers is expected to fulfill the company’s sales expectatioons for 2013. HORIBA, market leader in emissions testing, has already received binding orders from several German, US-American annd Japanese OEMs. ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • China Air Pollution Control Market 2013 - 2017 Research Report

    Air pollution control industry is a typical policy guidance industry whose trend and demand are depended on national environmental protection policy and downstream fixed asset investment level. The industry has unique periodicity. China’s major air pollutants: sulfur dioxide, soot, industrial dust and nitrogen oxides. In 2010, the total volume of industrial waste gas emissions was 47.52 ...


  • Formia launches next generation low concentration VOC incinerators

    Formia has launched a new product series for the treatment of volatile organic compounds, VOCs, to meet the ever tightening European Union regulations and standards for minimising the release of VOCs. The new products are based on an innovative design, which combines the best robust catalytic technology with efficient heat exchangers for the highly effective treatment of gases with low VOC ...


  • BioBullets on target at chemical engineering awards

    Cambridge University spin-out, BioBullets, clinched the top prize at last night’s Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) awards dinner in London. The annual event, which attracted over 400 industry experts, recognised just some of the innovative projects being undertaken by chemical and process engineers, all over the world. BioBullets – winner of the Entec Medal – has found a novel ...

  • CCA Announces Bookings in Excess of $10 Million Through March 2013

    Combustion Components Associates, Inc. (CCA) today announced record bookings in excess of $10 million through the first four months of its 2013 fiscal year. Major orders were received for low NOx burners (LNB), selective non catalytic reduction (SNCR) and urea based selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems from a broad range of domestic customers in the utility, chemical, pulp and paper and ...


  • Frost & Sullivan commends clean diesel technologies for helping fleet managers cost-effectively meet EPA 2010 emissions regulations

    Based on its recent analysis of the Class 6-8 emission reduction market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. (CDTI) with the 2009 North American Frost & Sullivan Excellence in Technology of the Year Award. Fleet managers have raised their demand for technologies that meet Environment Protection Agency (EPA) 2010 emissions regulations while improving fuel efficiency ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Entsorga-Enteco 2009 – Focus on `Air Quality Control & Emissions Protection`: Mission `Clean Air` forges ahead

    Air quality control is one of the success stories of European environmental policy. Ever fewer air pollutants are being released into the atmosphere from power stations, waste incineration plants,industrial processes. But this is no reason to sitback. Environmental policy is still focussing above all on nitrogen compounds such as NOx and ammonia as well as particulate matter and ground-level ...


    By Koelnmesse

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