Laboratory SCR Catalyst Management Testing Procedures and Reporting


Current market trends and regulations are dictating energy production where SCR catalyst are being challenged to operate with flexibility, at lower temperatures / lower loads, and having the ability to operate at utmost efficiency in order to reduce NOx emissions. Operational strategies are part of an experienced SCR Catalyst Management Plan supplemented by testing and reporting on the condition of the catalyst by a world class laboratory. SCR catalyst, whether gas, coal, oil, or biomass can be very effective at reducing NOx emissions over a long period of time if operated efficiently.

This webinar will show how to optimize the utilization of your SCR catalyst by providing insight into CORMETECH’s state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, protocols, and procedures to provide the most enhanced and robust SCR Catalyst Management Plan for catalyst longevity, economics, and effectiveness.

Gavin MacInnes, Senior Catalyst Development Engineer for CORMETECH, will review key benefits and strategies for CORMETECH’s Laboratory SCR Catalyst Management Testing Procedures and Reporting.

  • Background information on CORMETECH’s state-of-the-art laboratory

  • SCR catalyst management strategies

  • SCR catalyst testing procedures and protocols

Case study examples from over 25 years of experience in dealing with operational considerations and SCR Catalyst Management will be discussed and explained in detail.

By attending this webinar you will be able to make better decisions about SCR catalyst actions while improving plant operating flexibility and develop cost effective strategies for maintaining an effective and efficient SCR catalyst.


  • Plant Owners
  • Plant Managers
  • Plant and Corporate Environmental Engineers
  • Corporate Engineering Management


Gavin has 8 years of experience in research and development at CORMETECH.  He has extensive knowledge of catalyst design and laboratory performance testing.  Prior to joining CORMETECH, he received his B.S. and M.S. in Chemical Engineering at Bucknell University.


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