Introduction to WSA technology

The WSA process is a wet gas catalytic process. The concentrated sulfuric acid is produced by condensation from a wet process gas. Drying of the process gas prior to treatment in a WSA plant therefore becomes superfluous, hence generation of waste water and loss of sulfur are avoided.

Dust protection

Dust protection gives you twice the operating time between screenings, less shutdowns, and blower energy savings.

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Technical Service provided for WSA customers

Technical service provided to Topsoes current WSA customers, and how it makes a difference. Telephone support, email support, site visits, data...

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VK catalyst introduction for sulfuric acid converters

A short introduction of Topsoes VK catalyst. Environment solutions for the sulfuric acid market.

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Core sampling

Activity testing of catalyst samples represents a valuable source of information, which combined with data evaluations of the plant performance...

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Your're in charge - SK-501 Flex™

The first iron-free HTS catalyst for commercial application lets you choose between boosting your production of ammonia, hydrogen or syngas or save...

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New research shows how to ‘tune’ methanol catalysts

Get a fast introduction to a groundbreaking Topsoe research on more effective methanol catalysts from Senior Researcher Jens Sehested, one of the...

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