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Volume 31, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400


Johnson Matthey are reporting successful commercialisation of oxidation catalysts for the clean-up of gas turbine exhaust. The reduction of carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons is achieved with a platinum-rhodium catalyst which minimises the formation of sulphur trioxide. The catalyst system, supported on an energy saving, low pressure drop metal monolith, has been used continuously for five years on large industrial gas turbines.


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