Tosoh expand high-silica zeolite capacity in Nanyo, Japan

Tosoh to expand high-silica zeolite capacity in Nanyo, Japan

10:44 AM, 6th June 2013
Tosoh to expand high-silica zeolite capacity in Nanyo, Japan

TOKYO, JAPAN: Tosoh Corporation will expand its production capacity for high-silica zeolite (HSZ), one of its synthetic zeolite lines, at its Nanyo Complex, Japan. Global demand for HSZ in catalysts for automobile emissions in particular is expected to steadily expand as governments in Japan, the United States, and Europe are implementing stricter automobile emission standards for nitrogen oxides (NOx) and hydrocarbons (HC). For this reason the company made the decision to increase HSZ capacity.

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