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SNOX™ sustainable emissions control technology enters the carbon black industry

12.04.2018
  • Orion Engineered Carbons LLC has signed a contract for Topsoe’s sustainable flue gas cleaning technology, SNOX™. The contract has a value of a three digit million DKK amount.
  • It is the first time that SNOX™ is applied in the carbon black industry.

Since 2014, Orion has conducted in-depth analyses of the SNOX™ process, including investigative site visits to existing Topsoe plants and testing the concept at one of Orion’s manufacturing facilities. 

An existing Topsoe SNOX™ plant in Austri_SoMe

In particular, Orion was convinced by the second-to-none sustainability profile of SNOX™, which does not consume any reagents, apart from ammonia for the NOx reduction, and does not consume any water. Other factors that played a major role in their selection were the highest available energy efficiency and the very low emissions level that meets the stringent environmental regulations.

The agreement with Orion includes engineering, license, proprietary equipment, spare parts, catalyst, and future supervision tasks during commissioning and start-up, as well as service obligations during commercial operation. The SNOX™ plant is scheduled to be in full commercial operation by April 2021.

More about Orion and carbon black
Orion is a worldwide supplier of carbon black. Orion produces a broad range of carbon blacks that include high-performance specialty gas blacks, furnace blacks, lamp blacks, thermal blacks and other carbon blacks that tint, colorize and enhance the performance of polymers, plastics, paints and coatings, inks and toners, textile fibers, adhesives and sealants, tires, and mechanical rubber goods such as automotive belts and hoses. Carbon black is produced by the incomplete combustion of heavy petroleum products.

Orion runs 14 global production sites and 4 applied technology centers. The group has approximately 1,500 employees worldwide. For more information, please visit Orion’s website www.orioncarbons.com

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