Reforming catalysts: meet a range of goals with the most advanced technology
No matter what your operating goals are, UOP’s portfolio of Reforming catalysts has you covered for cyclic, fixed-bed and continuous reforming units. UOP has been reinventing and perfecting reforming since our introduction of the first reforming unit in 1949.
We produce more than a dozen different high-performance reforming catalysts for the production of high-octane gasoline or BTX aromatics.
In the spirit of continued innovation, UOP has introduced two new catalysts. Our newest fixed-bed platforming catalyst, UOP R-560 catalyst, is an optimized, high-performance catalyst that delivers breakthrough performance and maximum flexibility. It has the highest activity, stability and cycle length available and can increase yields over an operating cycle or extend your cycle length. Our latest CCR Platforming catalyst, UOP R-334, provides even higher C5+, hydrogen and aromatics yields, resulting in increased profitability.
UOP helps manage your process unit’s operation from cradle to grave, by providing you with the most advanced design, smooth start-up, reliable operation, superior service, training and continuous technology advancements.
UOP takes great pride in our intensive catalyst R&D and high-quality manufacturing. We offer the most advanced characterization and lab analysis, pilot plants for performance testing and numerous plants worldwide with great inventory positions for fast response.
- Case Study: UOP’s Newest High-Yield CCR Platforming Catalysts Help Maximize Profitability
- UOP Reforming Technology
- UOP Solutions to Make More Hydrogen in Your Refinery
- UOP On-Site Field Services
- UOP Support for Ongoing Operations
- UOP Refining Adsorbents
- Reforming Solutions for Improved Profits in an Up-Down World – from NPRA 2011
- Case Study: PetroChina Uses CCR Platforming Catalysts to Target a Range of Objectives
- Case Study: PTTAR Increasing Catalytic Reforming Yields
UOP CCR Platforming Catalysts
UOP offers a range of CCR Platforming Catalysts for a variety of application and budget needs. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.
|R-254||CCR Platforming Catalysts Target A Range of Objectives
Hydrocarbon Engineering, November 2011Case Study: UOP’s Newest High-Yield CCR Platforming Catalysts Help Maximize Profitability
Technology & More
|R-262||Increasing Catalytic Yields
PTQ Catalysis, February 2008
|R-264||Increasing Catalytic Yields
PTQ Catalysis, Feb 2008
|R-284|| CCR Platforming Catalysts Target a Range of Objectives
Hydrocarbon Engineering, November 2011
UOP Semi-Regenerative Platforming Catalysts
UOP offers a range of proven Fixed Bed reforming catalysts optimized for Semi-regenerative operation. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.
Learn about the history of the first fixed bed reforming unit.
UOP Cyclic Reforming Catalysts
UOP offers a range of proven Fixed Bed reforming catalysts optimized for Cyclic reforming service. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.
UOP Naphtha Hydrotreating Catalysts
UOP offers proven Naphtha Hydrotreating catalysts for straight run naphtha and cracked feedstocks to reduce contaminants to a safe operating level, protecting your reforming and isomerization catalysts. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.
UOP Sulfur Guard Beds
UOP offers two top performing nickel and copper based sulfur guard beds to maximize life of your reforming catalysts. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.
UOP High Performance Adsorbents for Drying and more
UOP offers a variety of high performance adsorbents for water and contaminant removal, extending the life of your reforming catalyst. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.
UOP High Performance Chloride Treaters
Look to UOP’s specialty aluminas and molecular sieves as effective scavengers in removing chlorides from various gas and liquid process streams. If not removed, they can ultimately lead to corrosion and ammonium chloride salt formation in downstream compressors and fuel-gas systems.
Adsorbents are most commonly used in adsorbing chlorides from reformer hydrogen off-gases. These adsorbents feature a high surface area and high macroporosity to ensure optimum capacity for chloride adsorption. In addition, UOP has developed an effective specialty molecular sieve to treat the liquid reformate stream to remove trace chlorides. Please contact us for more information on any of the products listed below.