Structured woven glass-fiber IC-12-S111 catalyst for the deep oxidation of organic compounds

S. A. Lopatin, P. G. Tsyrul'Nikov, Y. S. Kotolevich, P. E. Mikenin, D. A. Pisarev, A. N. Zagoruiko

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A platinum woven fiberglass supported IC-12-S111 catalyst whose preparation is based on pulsed surface thermosynthesis is developed. The IC-12-S111 catalyst contains small amounts of platinum (0.05-0.10 wt %), and cheap and commercially available types of fiberglass cloths are used in its production. The production technology is characterized by a small number of process stages and no wastes or platinum losses. The developed catalyst is superior to known platinum and oxide catalysts in its activity in the deep oxidation reactions of hydrocarbons, and exhibits high thermal and operational stability. IC-12-S111 based catalytic cartridges with regularly structured channels are characterized by low hydraulic resistance and minimize deposits of solid particles in a catalyst bed during operation in contaminated flows. The cartridges can be used to create beds of any size and configuration. The developed catalyst can be used for the afterburning of hydrocarbons and organic compounds in flue gases, the flameless oxidation of flare gases, and the catalytic combustion of hydrocarbon fuels in local power supply systems.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)329-334
Number of pages6
JournalCatalysis in Industry
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2015


  • catalyst
  • catalytic cartridge
  • deep oxidation
  • fiberglass cloth
  • hydrocarbons
  • platinum

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Catalysis

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