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PDH catalyst Last month, Clariant’s Catalyst business (Munich, Germany; www.clariant.com) launched its latest propane dehydrogenation (PDH) catalyst, Catofin 311, which is said to deliver greater selectivity and a longer lifetime than its predecessors, resulting in increased overall profitability for propylene producers. Catofin 311 further enhances the proven benefits of previous generations through improvements in selectivity and longevity. For a typical 600,000-ton/yr PDH unit, users could benefit from increased productivity of up to $20 million over the lifetime of the Catofin 311 catalyst, says the company.
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