Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control LLC

Retrofit System cuts emissions in existing diesel engines.
Controls & Controllers

Retrofit System cuts emissions in existing diesel engines.

Combining CRT® diesel particulate filter and SCR technology, SCRT® Selective Continuously Regenerating Technology cuts NOx, PM, CO, and HC emissions from stationary diesel engines for Tier 4 compliance. Engine exhaust first flows through CRT to reduce PM, CO, and HC. Controlled amount of urea is then injected into exhaust before it enters SCR catalyst modules. Urea is converted to...

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Johnson Matthey Supplies CO Oxidation Catalyst to Four 200 MW F Class Simple Cycle Gas Turbines at GenOn's California Marsh Landing Generating Station

Catalyst sets new BACT levels for large frame simple cycle turbines for CO and VOC emissions at one of the largest peaking power plants ever built to specifically handle fluctuations in large scale renewable power generation.Â- Ã‚  Audubon, PA — Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group announced today it has successfully commissioned CO oxidation catalyst to reduce...

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Johnson Matthey's Modulex(TM) Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More Than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA
Controls & Controllers

Johnson Matthey's Modulex(TM) Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More Than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA

Temple University installed the natural gas engines in 1993 for the purpose of peak shaving, but needed to add CO oxidation catalysts to meet the current emission limits of Subpart ZZZZ of the EPA’s RICE NESHAP regulation. Audubon, PA -- There are 20 emission sources or 10 sets of tandem Caterpillar 3516 natural gas engines at Temple University affected by the EPA’s RICE NESHAP regulation....

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Johnson Matthey Modulex TM Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Johnson Matthey Modulex TM Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA

Temple University installed the natural gas engines in 1993 for the purpose of peak shaving, but needed to add CO oxidation catalysts to meet the current emission limits of Subpart ZZZZ of the EPA's RICE NESHAP regulation.Â- Ã‚  Audubon, PA - There are 20 emission sources or 10 sets of tandem Caterpillar 3516 natural gas engines at Temple University affected by the EPA's RICE NESHAP...

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Machinery & Machining Tools

Johnson Matthey SCR System Sales Exceed 3.4 Gigawatts (GW) of Stationary Engine Power Worldwide

The Best Available Control Technology (BACT), SCR, continuesÂ- to reduce NOx by more than 90% from stationary diesel and natural gas engines Audubon, PA — Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group reports that sales of its Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems, which use their own proprietary urea (or aqueous ammonia) injection control systems, have exceeded 3.4...

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Chemicals & Gases

Johnson Matthey's SCRT® Technology, a Combination SCR and Continuously Regenerating Diesel Particulate Filter, Has Been Proven on Trucks and Automobiles and Is Now Gaining Acceptance on Stationary Engines

The leader in stationary diesel engine emissions control was the first to patent the technology in the 1980s Audubon, PAÂ- – Johnson Matthey's four-way SCRT® (Selective Continuously Regenerating Technology) system is considered the best available option to reduce NOx, PM, CO and VOC from diesel engines to meet Tier 4 emission standards. Johnson Matthey was the first to develop and...

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Pollution Control Catalyst targets PTA manufacturing plants.

Base-metal Halocat™ SC29 reduces up to 99% of VOC and toxic organic compounds from PTA (purified terephthalic acid) manufacturing plants. Able to be installed in new plants or replace existing PGM catalysts, this product does not contain platinum group metals (PGM) such as platinum, rhodium, or palladium.Â- Catalyst targets pollutants in PTA plant exhaust streams, including carbon...

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Compact SCR Catalyst reduces NOx emissions from gas turbines.

Compact SCR Catalyst reduces NOx emissions from gas turbines.

While specifically designed for gas turbines,Â- Concat™ GT compact extruded ceramic SCR catalyst is suitable for use in new or retrofit applications. It provides honeycomb structure that results in up to 95% NOx reduction while lessening amount of catalyst required. Package size results in decreased pressure drop across catalyst and ammonia...

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Controls & Controllers

Johnson Matthey Develops Lower Cost, High-Efficiency Concattm IC SCR System for Stationary Engines

30 to 40% cost savings in a more compact package for the same NOx reduction Audubon, PA, —Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group, the leader in SCR catalyst and SCR systems for stationary diesel and gas engines, has developed the high-efficiency, compact Concat™ IC SCR System, which can be 30 to 40% less costly than a typical SCR system, yet offers the same NOx reduction...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control and HARCO Manufacturing Collaborate to Offer Innovative HAPs Converters with Superior Silencing

MALVERN, PA - Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group and the HARCO Manufacturing Company announced today they will take advantage of their collective experience to collaborate on developing innovative HAPs catalytic converters with superior silencing to help customers comply with EPA's RICE NESHAP rule and other environmental regulations. The RICE NESHAP (National Emission...

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Retrofit System cuts emissions in existing diesel engines.
Controls & Controllers

Retrofit System cuts emissions in existing diesel engines.

Combining CRT® diesel particulate filter and SCR technology, SCRT® Selective Continuously Regenerating Technology cuts NOx, PM, CO, and HC emissions from stationary diesel engines for Tier 4 compliance. Engine exhaust first flows through CRT to reduce PM, CO, and HC. Controlled amount of urea is then injected into exhaust before it enters SCR catalyst modules. Urea is converted to...

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Company News

Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control Group Appoints Power Ignition and Contols Appalachia (PICA) as Its Newest Distributor

Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control Group Appoints Power Ignition and Controls Appalachia (PICA) as Its Newest Distributor PICA serves oil and gas customers in the Marcellus and Utica shale regions in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and New York Audubon, PA— Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group has appointed Power Ignition and Controls Appalachia (PICA), an...

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Johnson Matthey Supplies CO Oxidation Catalyst to Four 200 MW F Class Simple Cycle Gas Turbines at GenOn's California Marsh Landing Generating Station

Catalyst sets new BACT levels for large frame simple cycle turbines for CO and VOC emissions at one of the largest peaking power plants ever built to specifically handle fluctuations in large scale renewable power generation.Â- Ã‚  Audubon, PA — Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group announced today it has successfully commissioned CO oxidation catalyst to reduce...

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Johnson Matthey's Modulex(TM) Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More Than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA
Controls & Controllers

Johnson Matthey's Modulex(TM) Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More Than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA

Temple University installed the natural gas engines in 1993 for the purpose of peak shaving, but needed to add CO oxidation catalysts to meet the current emission limits of Subpart ZZZZ of the EPA’s RICE NESHAP regulation. Audubon, PA -- There are 20 emission sources or 10 sets of tandem Caterpillar 3516 natural gas engines at Temple University affected by the EPA’s RICE NESHAP regulation....

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Johnson Matthey Modulex TM Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Johnson Matthey Modulex TM Catalytic Converters Reduce CO Emissions by More than 93% from 20 Caterpillar 3516 Engines at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA

Temple University installed the natural gas engines in 1993 for the purpose of peak shaving, but needed to add CO oxidation catalysts to meet the current emission limits of Subpart ZZZZ of the EPA's RICE NESHAP regulation.Â- Ã‚  Audubon, PA - There are 20 emission sources or 10 sets of tandem Caterpillar 3516 natural gas engines at Temple University affected by the EPA's RICE NESHAP...

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Machinery & Machining Tools

Johnson Matthey SCR System Sales Exceed 3.4 Gigawatts (GW) of Stationary Engine Power Worldwide

The Best Available Control Technology (BACT), SCR, continuesÂ- to reduce NOx by more than 90% from stationary diesel and natural gas engines Audubon, PA — Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group reports that sales of its Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems, which use their own proprietary urea (or aqueous ammonia) injection control systems, have exceeded 3.4...

Read More »
Chemicals & Gases

Johnson Matthey's SCRT® Technology, a Combination SCR and Continuously Regenerating Diesel Particulate Filter, Has Been Proven on Trucks and Automobiles and Is Now Gaining Acceptance on Stationary Engines

The leader in stationary diesel engine emissions control was the first to patent the technology in the 1980s Audubon, PAÂ- – Johnson Matthey's four-way SCRT® (Selective Continuously Regenerating Technology) system is considered the best available option to reduce NOx, PM, CO and VOC from diesel engines to meet Tier 4 emission standards. Johnson Matthey was the first to develop and...

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Company News

Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control Appoints Houston-Based RES Energy Solutions Distributor for the Southwest

Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control Appoints Houston-Based RES Energy Solutions Distributor for the Southwest RES specializes in Industrial Ignition, Instrumentation Controls, Air Starter Systems, Catalytic Converters, Safety Shutdown Panels, Emissions Testing, Industrial Engine and Compressor Accessories and Exhaust Systems serving customers in Texas, SE New Mexico, Louisiana, Arkansas...

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Pollution Control Catalyst targets PTA manufacturing plants.

Base-metal Halocat™ SC29 reduces up to 99% of VOC and toxic organic compounds from PTA (purified terephthalic acid) manufacturing plants. Able to be installed in new plants or replace existing PGM catalysts, this product does not contain platinum group metals (PGM) such as platinum, rhodium, or palladium.Â- Catalyst targets pollutants in PTA plant exhaust streams, including carbon...

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Compact SCR Catalyst reduces NOx emissions from gas turbines.

Compact SCR Catalyst reduces NOx emissions from gas turbines.

While specifically designed for gas turbines,Â- Concat™ GT compact extruded ceramic SCR catalyst is suitable for use in new or retrofit applications. It provides honeycomb structure that results in up to 95% NOx reduction while lessening amount of catalyst required. Package size results in decreased pressure drop across catalyst and ammonia...

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