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Report updated on 11th September, 2021: Global DeNOx Catalyst Market by Type (Honeycomb & Flat), By Application (Power Plant, Cement Plant, Steel Plant & Others), By Region and Key Companies - Industry Segment Outlook, Market Assessment, Competition Scenario, Trends and Forecast 2021-2030 (Includes Business Impact of COVID-19)Trusted Business Insights has published a comprehensive market research report on, Global DeNOx Catalyst Market by Type (Honeycomb & Flat), By Application(Power Plant, Cement Plant, Steel Plant & Others), and by Region -Global Forecast to 2030, which offers a holistic view of the global DeNOx catalyst market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market. The global DeNOx catalyst market is projected to be US$ 1,951.6 Mn in 2020 to reach US$ 2,518.5 Mn by 2030 at a CAGR of 2.6%. NOx denotes various types of nitrogen oxides and DeNOx is the term used to indicate removal of nitrogen oxides. Various types of nitrogen oxides are produced as by products in industries, refineries or from vehicles, and cause pollution. These NOx can be removed via Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems. DeNOx catalysts used in SCR systems convert the hazardous NOx into nitrogen and water. DeNOx catalyst is a chemical substance which can prompt reductant to react with NOx selectively at a certain temperature. DeNOx catalyst has wide application in SCR (selective catalytic reduction) of power plant, cement plant, refinery plant, steel plant and transportation. SCR is a technology for the removal of nitrogen oxides. DeNOx catalyst is installed in a NOx removal system called SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction), which reduces NOx from waste gas to N2 with reducing agents such as NH3 or urea. Global DeNOx market is segmented into Honeycomb and Flat types of catalysts. The growth of the market largely depends upon the industries that emit out NOx. DeNOx market is growing with a moderate pace in the emerging regions of Asia Pacific and China owing to the rise in the number of vehicles and industries in the region. While, the growth of the market in the developed regions of North America and Europe can be contributed to the stringent norms imposed by the government to reduce the emission of NOx. All these factors are expected to drive the growth of the market in the forecast period. Increase in the number of vehicles and industries have led to a rise in the demand for DeNOx catalysts in the emerging regions.
Global DeNOx Catalyst Market Revenue (US$ Mn), 2021 to 2030Many companies have developed new techniques that can simultaneously reduce NOx, oxidizes CO and minimizes other pollutants too. These techniques are anticipated to boost the growth of the market. Innovation in the denitrification technologies, in past few years, has been a crucial factor in increasing the demand for DeNOx catalysts. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into honeycomb type and flat type. Honeycomb type accounts majority share in global DeNOx market. On the basis of application, the market is segmented into Power Plant, Cement Plant, Refinery Plant, Steel Plant, Transportation Vehicle and others. Power Plant segment accounts for the majority share in Global DeNOx market. On the basis of region, the market is segmented into United States, China, Europe, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Rest of the World. The China accounts for the majority share in the global DeNOx market, followed by US. The research report on the global DeNOx market includes profiles of some of major companies such as Envirotherm GmbH, Tianhe Environmental Engineering, Shangdong Gemsky Environmental Technology, Jiangsu Fengye Tech & Environmental Group, BASF SE, Cormetech, IBIDEN Porzellanfabrick Frauenthal GmbH, Johnson Matthey Plc, Haldor Topsoe, Hitachi Zosen Corp, Seshin Electronics Co Ltd, JGC C&C, CRI Catalyst Company etc.
Below are the active patents related to DeNOx Catalyst Market.Patent Number: US20070079600A1 NOx reduction system for diesel engines, using hydrogen selective catalytic reduction Abstract An emission control system for reducing NOx in the exhaust of a diesel engine. A partial oxidation system receives diesel fuel from the engines fuel tank and partially oxidizes the diesel fuel into hydrogen. The hydrogen is then introduced into the main exhaust line and the hydrogen-enhanced exhaust is delivered to a hydrogen selective catalytic reduction unit, which uses the hydrogen to convert the NOx, to nitrogen Application File Date: 2006-09-06 Application Granted Date: 2008-04-15 Current Assignee: Southwest Research Institute SwRI Patent Number: CN103674103A Performance testing method for SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) flue gas denitration system Abstract The invention discloses a performance testing method for an SCR flue gas denitration system. The method comprises the steps of 1) a preparatory test, wherein under the condition of 6% O2, the NO concentrations at the inlet and outlet of each of an SCR reactor A and an SCR reactor B are respectively measured, and the relative standard deviation between the NO concentration at the outlet of the reactor A and the NO concentration at the outlet of the reactor B is less than 15%; 2) an adjusting test, wherein the ammonia spraying flows at the inlets of the reactor A and the reactor B are adjusted so that the denitration rate reaches more than 80%; and 3) a formal test, wherein under the working condition that the denitration rate is high and the NOx concentration at the outlet of a chimney is 90mg/Nm<3>, the temperature distribution at the inlet and outlet of each reactor, the contents of NOx and O2 at the inlet and outlet of each reactor, the flow of flue gas, the system pressure loss, the ammonia escape rate, the SO2/SO3 conversion rate and the ammonia consumption are tested. According to the testing method of the invention, the preparatory test is carried out at first, the ammonia spraying flows at the inlets of the reactor A and the reactor B are adjusted, and the formal test is then carried out, thereby being able to rapidly and accurately determine whether performance of the SCR flue gas denitration system meets designed requirements, obtaining deviations in operation of the system, correcting the results, and ensuring the accuracy. Application File Date: 2013-10-18 Application Granted Date: 2016-05-11 Inventor: Li Debo Patent Number: CN103608090A Raw materials for vanadium-free or vanadium-reduced DeNOx catalysts, and method for producing same Abstract The invention relates to a composition that comprises a titanium compound, an iron compound, and a tungsten compound, characterised in that said titanium compound has a microcrystalline anatase structure and/or is obtained in the production of TiO2 according to the sulphate process, during hydrolysis of a solution which contains titanyl sulphate, and also in that said composition has a vanadium content, calculated as V, of less than 0.15 wt.%, preferably less than 0.05 wt.%, more preferred less than 0.03 wt.% and especially preferred less than 0.01 wt.% in relation to the solids content of the composition. In addition, the invention relates to a catalyst or catalyst raw material containing the claimed composition, as well as to a dimensionally stable and catalytically active solid body which can be obtained by mixing the composition defined above with binders, plasticisers and optionally, further additives, molding the obtained composition preferably by extrusion, and subsequently carrying out calcination, or by providing a dimensionally stable and catalytically active solid body that can be obtained by applying the above-defined composition, optionally together with binders, plasticisers and further additives, to a substrate, and subsequently carrying out calcination. The invention also relates to the use of the claimed composition and claimed dimensionally stable solid body as a catalyst or in the production of a catalyst, and to a method for producing said composition by mixing the titanium compound, which has a microcrystalline anatase structure and/or is obtained in the production of TiO2 according to the sulphate process, during hydrolysis of a solution containing titanyl sulphate, with an iron compound and a tungsten compound. Application File Date: 2012-03-30 Application Granted Date: 2016-10-05 Inventor: R. Baker, G. Orr, F. Shipler, N. Garba, Czech Republic, K-S, Lange, H. Gunner, U. Doshug
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1. Global DeNOx Catalyst Market – Overview 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Taxonomy 1.3. Global DeNOx Catalyst Market Value (US$ Mn) and Y-o-Y (%) Analysis by Type, 2012–2028 1.3.1.Honeycomb Type 1.3.2.Flat Type 1.4. Global DeNOx Catalyst Market Value (US$ Mn) and Y-o-Y (%) Analysis by Application, 2012–2028 1.4.1.Power Plant 1.4.2.Cement Plant 1.4.3.Refinery Plant 1.4.4.Steel Plant 1.4.5.Transportation Vehicle 1.4.6.Other Applications 1.5. Global DeNOx Catalyst Market Value (US$ Mn) and Y-o-Y (%) Analysis by North America, 2012–2028 1.6. Global DeNOx Catalyst Market Value (US$ Mn) and Y-o-Y (%) | read more...