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Catalyst poison removal | Chlorine guards

Chlorine in feedstocks can pose a serious threat to ammonia and hydrogen plant productivity if allowed to poison downstream catalysts or foul equipment.

By effectively absorbing any inorganic chlorine your feedstocks might contain, Topsoe chlorine guards protect your downstream catalysts and safeguard your plant’s operations.

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