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Ammonia Decomposition Catalyst

Catalyst is an vital chemical component of reaction for towers of refinery, petrochemical, steel, other chemical industries etc.

Then you would be introduced the ammonia decomposition catalyst

Ammonia Decomposition Catalyst

1. Product Description

AD-946 Ammonia Decomposition Catalyst is made from sintered MgO carried with active component of Ni and other additives. It is Provided with the properties of great catalytic activity. high mechanical strength, and excellent thermal and coking resistance. It is used in the ammonia decomposing furnace to decompose the NH3 and HCN into N2, H2 and CO2, and so as to effectively purify the coke-oven gas for the sake of environmental protection and prevent the equipment from corrosion.The chemical reaction is as follows:

NH3’0.5N2 + 1.5H2

2HCN + 2H2O+O2’N2+5H2+2CO2

2. Technical Indexes

Item

Type

 AD-946

AD-946 A

AD-946 B

Color

Grey and Black

Shape

Cylinder

Rasching Ring

Honeycomb

Size,  mm

¦18×20

¦18×20×5

¦18×20

Ni Content,%

e6

e6

e6

Bulk density, g/ml

1.4 ~ 1.6

1.3 ~ 1.5

1.2 ~1.5

Surface area,m2/g

1 ~ 3

2 ~ 4

2 ~ 5

Crushing strength

e1000

e1000

e1100

Thermal resistanceArticle Submission,

e1300

e1350

e1400

3. Normal Operating Conditions

Temperature :            1100~1200

Pressure :               0 ~1 Mpa

Space velocity:           1000 ~ 3000 h-1

NH3 Decomposing rate:   e94%

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Working for an manufacturing factory of catalysts, which has supplied amount of catalysts for refinery, steel industries such as U.S steel etc.



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