LLC “NIAP-KATALIZATOR”

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The catalyst (previously produced as KZA) is used for autothermalreforming of natural gas and other light hydrocarbons in the temperature range 1020 – 1050 °C, feed gas and air mixture space velocity 700 h-1, air/gas volume ratio in the range 2.5 – 2.8 to produce controlled atmospheres with low oxidants content employed in cementation and nitrocarburizing of metal wares.

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The catalyst is used for natural gas and other light hydrocarbons reforming to produce controlled atmospheres with low oxidants content employed in cementation and nitrocarburizing of metal wares. The catalyst can also be used for natural gas and other light hydrocarbons reforming to produce hydrogen-containing and process gases.

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The catalysts (previously produced as KDA-10A and KDA-18A) are used for catalytic ammonia dissociation at pressures up to 3.0 MPa, in the temperature range 600 – 950 °C and space velocity in the range 500 - 5000 h-1 to produce pure mixture of nitrogen and hydrogen employed as protective (controlled) atmosphere and reducing gas in industry.

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KKF-N catalyst is used for the production of acetaldehyde from acetylene by steam-gas hydratation.

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NIAP-11-01 catalyst, formerly known as VNIIZh-1N, is used for the hydrogenation of the oil and fat in processes of the solid fats manufacturing, both of the technical and food use.

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The catalyst is used for the hydrogenation of benzene, phenol, aniline, fine purification of hydrogen-containing gases from O2, CO and CO2, stabilizing natural gas composition and isotope exchange.

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NIAP-14-01 catalyst (an improved Raney’s catalyst containing titanium) is used for the hydrogenation of the organic compounds, such as xylose, furfural, toluene diisocyanate being raw materials for the manufacturing of glue and plastics.

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Subcategories

          Sulphur removal catalysts are used for cleaning of natural, associated and process gases from sulfur compounds: NIAP-01 family - for the hydrogenation of organic sulfur compounds to H2S, NIAP-02 family - for the absorption of sulfur from H2S by active zinc oxide with promoters.

Hydrocarbons reforming catalysts

Catalysts forprocess and off gases

The low-temperature shift catalysts are used in the second stage (LTS) of CO shift at most of the modern ammonia and hydrogen plants using natural gas and other hydrocarbons, as well as in the cyclohexanol dehydrogenation stage at caprolactam plants.

The catalysts are used to produce reducing and protective atmospheres for metal wares processing at metallurgical and machinery works.

 

Catalysts for organic synthesis