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Clariant, TechnipFMC test acrylonitrile catalysts

by Alexander H. Tullo
June 26, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 25

 

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Credit: TechnipFMC
Clariant and TechnipFMC are testing a new acrylonitrile catalyst in this pilot plant.

Clariant and the engineering firm TechnipFMC will work together to commercialize Clariant’s AcryloMax propylene ammoxidation catalysts, which are used for making acrylonitrile. Clariant says its new catalysts are more efficient than those currently used in the process. TechnipFMC’s research center in Weymouth, Massachusetts, will be the site of a demonstration reactor testing the technology.

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