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Haldor Topsoe & CoaLogix: Regenerated SCR catalyst

By Gerald Ondrey |

Haldor Topsoe Inc. (Houston; www.topsoe.com) and CoaLogix Inc. (Charlotte, N.C.; www.coalogix.com) have developed a closer collaboration since 2009, which has now been executed into a signed agreement to provide additional value in connection with SCR catalyst supply to the power-generation Industry. Haldor Topsoe will utilize CoaLogix services exclusively to regenerate spent Topsoe SCR catalyst to be re-used in the power industry. Haldor Topsoe Inc. will work with its clients to optimize a catalyst loading system including various ratios of Topsoe Certified Regenerated Catalyst and fresh catalyst to minimise the life cycle cost while maintaining an efficient, trouble free NOx conversion in the plants. CoaLogix, the leader in SCR regeneration services for power generation, has proven that regenerated catalyst has an activity equal to new, and can be available to meet tight schedules. CoaLogix has regenerated over 20,000 modules of catalyst, many during actual plant outages. In addition, CoaLogix has over 40,000 MW under contract for catalyst management services. CoaLogix’ NOxAssure program currently consists of over 3,000 catalyst modules, representing about $30,000,000 of "new value" to coal-fired power plants. Anders…
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