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    Issue 18, 2015 - N2O decomposition catalyst is localized

    • Last Update: 2022-11-13
    • Source: Internet
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    Recently, the N2O decomposition catalyst jointly developed by Pingdingshan Puen Technology Co.
    , Ltd.
    and Beijing University of Chemical Technology was put into industrial test
    on the 1# adipic acid CDM plant of Henan Shenma Nylon Chemical Co.
    , Ltd.
    After more than a week of continuous operation, the process indicators of the device meet the production requirements, marking the localization of
    industrial N2O decomposition catalysts.

    The successful development of this catalyst not only breaks the passive situation that the N2O decomposition catalyst used in domestic adipic acid and nitric acid CDM devices has been dependent on imports from abroad, but also greatly reduces the operating cost
    of N2O greenhouse gas decomposition for enterprises.

    Adipic acid and nitric acid by-product - N2O is a typical greenhouse gas
    In 2007, the total production capacity of adipic acid in China was only 205,000 tons, but in 2014 it has reached 2.
    07 million tons, coupled with the supporting nitric acid plant capacity, the country's N2O emissions are very huge

    Affected by various factors such as technical limitations and the need for special catalysts to be imported from abroad, at present, only a few adipic acid manufacturers such as Henan Shenma Nylon Chemical Co.
    , Ltd.
    in China have N2O decomposition devices, and the supporting adipic acid production capacity is less than 1/10
    of the total production capacity of adipic acid in the country.
    With the continuous improvement of the country's attention to environmental protection, those adipic acid manufacturers that have not yet built N2O decomposition devices will face huge environmental protection pressure
    Once the state enforces the reduction of N2O, then the market demand for N2O decomposition catalysts will rise

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