We know – at the atomic scale

Our electron microscopes make crystal clear images of catalysts down to a single atom. No other research facility in the world had the capacity, so Topsoe developed the competencies in-house. Watch as Senior Research Fellow Stig Helveg explains how the smallest things make the biggest difference in understanding catalysis.

Developing the next-generation catalytic ceramic filters

What does it take to develop a state-of-the-art catalytic ceramic filter? Watch as Francesco Castellino, RD Director at our Air Pollution Control...

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It's the smallest things that make the biggest difference

Are regulators putting the squeeze on your business? Topsoe's new TopFrax™ catalytic filter makes compliance a whole lot more affordable. At...

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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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Opening new factory in Tianjin, China

16.06.2016 Haldor Topsoe, a world leader in catalysis, officially opened an advanced automotive catalysts plant in Tianjin Economic-Technological...

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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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Catalysis Forum 2018: Smart factory and Industry 4.0

How can the industry make better use of production development data to improve production of solid materials like catalysts? Watch Nigel Edmondson...

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