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Driving Catalyst Performance

Innovation in design: We design our own catalyst carrier utilising our strength of 40 years’ experience in the Ceramics industry. Catalysts are formed using polymer ceramic technology rather than the traditional pressure method, which provides higher intrinsic strength, greater geometric surface area and surface texture.

Textured Surface Technology: Texture on the Magcat spherical shape creates a 30% improvement in active surface area, increasing the effective reaction zone with nickel. That combined with enlarged near surface porosity and ENHANCER ™ Nickel crystal promoter, delivers three times more available nickel for reaction.

Spherical Textured Shape: The “Golf ball” texturing generates turbulent flow around the catalyst, reducing drag coefficient and pulling reactant gases around the pellet, seeing all sides evenly and also allowing gas to flow smoothly into the spaces behind each pellet. The flat surfaces and lack of texture on the smooth surfaced catalyst creates laminar flow and heavy drag. The flow passes over the presenting side of the catalyst, but will not effectively contact the rear side, causing dead zones and voidage.

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