We are offering catalyst regeneration services. Regeneration is a cost-effective alternative to catalyst replacement. There exists large group of catalysts which can be regenerated so if you are interested in catalyst regeneration please do not hasite to contact us.
We have more then thirty years experience in production of catalysts and inorganics.
Broad variety of production equipment, Capacity up to 1000 mtpa, Pilot plant up to 100kg, QC
DeNOx catalysts are specially designed for treatment of emissions from chemical, petrochemical and semiconductor industry. Regeneration of these acatalysts cost-effective alternative to catalyst replacement in the form of catalyst regeneration, as well as a means to eliminate the costs and environmental concerns associated with disposing of deactivated catalyst as hazardous waste.
If you are interested to learn more about the regeneration of Air purification catalysts, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to regenerate your catalysts.
Ranido developed the universal method for in-situ reactivation and regeneration of sponge nickel catalysts in 2005. Since then, the know-how has been made available to our customers. The in-situ catalyst reactivation procedure can be applied in hydrogenation of various functional groups (e.g. aldehyde, nitrile, multiple C-C bonds, nitro group) or in a process of reductive amination. The catalyst reactivation procedure is simple and short and can be carried out in-situ using the same hydrogenation equipment (e.g. a CSTR or a batch reactor). In some of our references the reactivated catalyst could be re-used up to 20 times. The application of the in-situ catalyst reactivation procedure results not only in significant decrease of catalyst consumption, but it offers additional important advantages in the economics and safety of the whole process: increased capacity, savings on catalyst separation, improved safety of the process, etc. The regeneration technology of sponge metal catalysts has been presented at the 7 CAFC (The Seventh International Symposium on Catalysis Applied to Fine Chemicals) in Bingen/Mainz in Germany on 23rd October 2005.
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If you are interested to learn more about the reactivation and regeneration of skeletal catalysts, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to advise you if this technology could be applied to your specific needs.