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Haldor Topsøe to supply tail-gas treatment catalysts to BASF

By Gerald Ondrey |

Haldor Topsøe S/A (Lyngby, Denmark; www.topsoe.com) has entered into an agreement with BASF’s Catalysts division on the marketing of Topsøe’s line of tail gas treatment catalysts for sulfur recovery units. Tail-gas treatment catalysts are used to remove sulfur compounds as the last stage of a Claus sulfur recovery unit in order to meet local emission standards. The Haldor Topsøe products covered by this agreement are the TK-220 quadralobe extrudates, TK-222 rings, and TK-224 spheres. The agreement covers all regions of the world, with the exception of North America (U.S. and Canada). BASF will manage the business through its Adsorbents group, which is part of the Process Catalysts and Technologies business. The tail gas treatment catalysts associated with this agreement are complementary to BASF’s existing adsorbent product portfolio. As part of this agreement, BASF will assume full responsibility for sales and distribution of the tail gas treatment catalysts in the territory.     
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