New Concat GT SCR Catalyst Reduces Emissions

Press Release
Wednesday, January 23, 2013

New, More Compact, Concattm GT SCR Catalyst Reduces up to 95% of NOx Emissions from Gas Turbines.  Latest technology from Johnson Matthey suitable for new or retrofit applications.


 
Now available from Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group is the new, more compact extruded ceramic Concat GT SCR catalyst specifically designed for gas turbines.


 
The compact Concat GT SCR catalyst provides a honeycomb structure that gives high performance NOx reduction—up to 95%--with less catalyst required. The result is a smaller catalyst package, lower pressure drop across the catalyst and less ammonia slip. This gives turbine owners/operators and SCR system engineers greater flexibility in system design. Concat GT SCR catalyst is ideal for replacement or new installations. 



Johnson Matthey pioneered CO oxidation catalyst for gas turbines in the 1970s. Since then, oxidation catalysts have been installed in some of the most environmentally challenging applications, providing greater than 90% reduction of CO, VOC, formaldehyde and other toxic compounds.


 
Jeff Sherman, President of Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control LLC, said, “The breakthrough Concat GT SCR catalyst underscores our commitment to developing the most effective emissions control catalysts for combustion turbines, which are essential for baseload and intermittent load power production. We are focused on developing and manufacturing the highest quality products possible.”


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