Clariant And Casale Jointly Develop New Ammonia Synthesis Catalyst

Jan. 19, 2021
AmoMax-Casale makes ammonia production more efficient and less polluting.

Clariant and Casale develop new ammonia catalyst for sustainable CO2 reduction.

AmoMax-Casale is the name of the sustainable, new ammonia synthesis catalyst jointly developed by Clariant and Casale. Due to higher activity than previous catalysts, AmoMax-Casale makes ammonia production more efficient and less polluting than before, according to Clariant.

Born of Clariant’s catalyst expertise and Casale’s ammonia converter design know-how, AmoMax-Casale reportedly delivers an up to 30% higher efficiency factor. This is also due to a larger active surface area than previous generations of AmoMax. This performance surge lowers the energy consumption of an ammonia plant, leading to a major reduction in CO2 emissions, according to Clariant.

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