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.

Compliance and sustainability

In Topsoe, we continuously strive to create sustainable solutions that make a difference in the world of today – and tomorrow – and we are...

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Fuel for thought: Renewables

With HydroFlex™, you can turn practically any renewable feedstock into an on-spec fuel. Future-proof your refinery against changing demands and...

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DynSOx™

DynSOx™ is a unique, advisory service that mitigates risk by simulating your plant’s operation in its dynamic phases – and then advising you on how...

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Science article: Extremely compact syngas reactor

An article in the esteemed Science magazine suggests that as much as one percent of global CO2 emissions can be saved if electrified, and...

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The future of grading

40 years ago we introduced ring-shaped grading catalysts, a true game changer in the world of refinery hydroprocessing. But what will happen 40...

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SynCOR™ | Long term cost + CAPEX

Many plants use steam methane reforming in their syngas production, but it’s a very mature technology unlikely to develop past its today’s...

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