Johnson Matthey introduces compact stationary Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system

Niels Tholen - 22 January 2013

Johnson Matthey's Stationary Emissions Control group has developed a new high-efficient and compact SCR system for stationary diesel and gas engines. According to a statement from the company, the Concat IC SCR System offers the same NOx reduction as typical SCR systems, at a 30 to 40% cost saving.

The new SCR system was introduced at the PowerGen 2012 event in Orlando, FL, and is designed to allow engineers more design options when space is at a premium. The system uses as much as 70% less space and weighs 50% less compared to previous models.

Jeff Sherman, President at Johnson Matthey Stationary Emissions Control, said:  "Since 1987, Johnson Matthey has manufactured SCR catalysts and engineered SCR systems to reduce NOx from power equipment around the world. Our SCR catalysts have been successfully applied to reduce NOx from coal/oil/gas fired boilers, biomass/waste boilers, incinerators, stationary diesel and natural gas engines and marine diesel engines."

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