March 2014

Catalyst 2014 Supplement

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Catalyst development—both fundamental and applied scienceHaldor Topsøe’s HyBRIM catalyst technology is an improved production technique for both CoMo and NiMo hydrotreating catalysts. C..

Catalyst development—both fundamental and applied science Haldor Topsøe’s HyBRIM catalyst technology is an improved production technique for both CoMo and NiMo hydrotreating catalysts. Combining the BRIM technology (Fig. 1) with an improved catalyst preparation step leads to a metal-slab structure that optimizes interaction between active metal structures and the catalyst carrier. Type II site activity is influenced by metal-slab and carrier interaction.     Fig. 1. Haldor Topsøe’s developments   in hydroprocessing technology over the past   30+ years.Type II direct-desulfurization sites, located on the edges of the sulfide CoMo/Ni

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