As the world’s leading supplier of high-performance material characterization technologies, Micromeritics helps scientists in catalyst development and screening save time and resources. We have extensive experience of building bespoke catalyst screening units for industrial and academic customers, from tailored analytical units through to complete pilot plants.
Around the world, catalysts enable and speed up chemical processes that facilitate materials that sustain successful economies and societies. Catalysis drives conceptual and technical innovation which opens unused potentials for achieving clean water, clean energy, and sustainable food supplies.
Catalyst development focuses on improving existing processes by increasing the yield and selectivity, along with energy savings in production processes. In addition, new catalysts will help develop new methods to use raw materials that cannot yet be utilized or to treat recyclable wastes. Understanding porosity and surface properties, the physical structure of a catalyst or composition options, will lead to better performance and resolved failures.
Micromeritics Catalysis Instruments
FR / MR Reactor Systems
This series of Micromeritics Flow Reactors (FR) features highly advanced modular laboratory screening units for measuring the activity and selectivity of catalysts. The Micromeritics FR-50, FR-100 and FR-200 have been developed to help save time and resources during catalyst development and screening. The Micromeritics Multi Reactor series features highly productive evaluation units for the laboratory that enable scientists to comprehensively measure the activity and selectivity of catalysts for screening and kinetic studies.
AutoChem II 2920
The AutoChem II 2920 is a fully automated chemisorption analyzer that can provide your laboratory with the ability to conduct a comprehensive array of highly precise studies of chemical adsorption and temperature-programmed reactions. With this single instrument, you can acquire valuable information about the physical properties of your catalyst, catalyst support, or other materials.
3 Flex Chemisorption
The 3Flex TCD is our newest addition to the expanding capabilities of the 3Flex instrument family. Dynamic chemisorption analyses are available to the user with the addition of an integral thermal conductivity detector. This new feature allows the user to perform temperature programmed reduction (TPR), oxidation (TPO), desorption (TPD), and reduction reactions (TPRx). The 3Flex TCD also has an option for pulse chemisorption analyses which can be performed with manual injections or automatically with the optional injection loop.
ASAP 2020 PLUS
The Micromeritics ASAP 2020 Plus integrates a variety of automated gas sorption techniques into a single, but powerful, table-top instrument. The system is designed to provide high-quality surface area, porosity, chemisorption and physisorption isotherm data to materials analysis laboratories with ever-expanding analytical requirements. The ASAP 2020 Plus provides maximum versatility over a remarkable range of applications to meet your specific needs.
Chemisorb HTP – High Throughput Chemi Analyzer
Optimum design and efficient utilization of catalysts require a thorough understanding of the surface structure and surface chemistry of the catalytic material. Chemical adsorption analyses can provide much of the information needed to evaluate catalyst materials in the design and production phases, as well as after a period of use.
ICCS Catalyst Characterization
The Micromeritics in-situ Catalyst Characterization System (ICCS) is an advanced catalyst characterization tool that allows the user to study the impact of a reaction on critical parameters such as number of active sites, under precisely controlled, process-representative conditions.
A standalone accessory designed to complement any dynamic laboratory reactor system, such as the MicroActivitySystems, the ICCS adds two new capabilities: Temperature Programmed Analyses (TPx) and Pulse Chemisorption.
WORK IN PROGRESS – PTA Testing Options:
- Volumetric Chemisorption analysis
- Dynamic or pulse Chemisorption analysis
- Pulse Chemisorption using liquid vapors
- Temperature-Programmed Reduction (TPR)
- Temperature-Programmed Desorption (TPD)
- Temperature-Programmed Oxidation (TPO)
- Mass Spectrometry analysis*
Other Chemisorption Experiments:
- Heat of Desorption, first order Kinetics
- Isosteric Heat of Adsorption
* Must be combined with Temperature Program study or TGA
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