In recent years, the importance of sustainable and renewable feedstocks as sources from energy and material
as well as the implementation of more efficient processes has increased. Automated and parallelized testing
technology is an opportunity to support the processing of feedstocks from renewables & recycled materials,
the utilization of CO2 as feedstock in chemical processes and the expansion of existing product portfolios
towards other product classes.
In the video series #htexperts, 7 dedicated hte experts address current issues
in the fields of renewables, carbon management and refining.
They show how parallelized testing technology can be applied and
help you to accelerate your R&D and decision-making.
Novel processes for converting renewable & recycled materials make a valuable contribution to reducing the carbon footprint. They also provide new opportunities for platform chemicals and drop-in fuels. In this video series our experts Ghith Al Shaal and Fabian Schneider show how parallelized testing technology can help you to accelerate the development of new catalytic processes for biogenic materials. They explain in which areas the conversion of renewables can be applied, which bio-based feedstocks can be processed by high throughput technology and much more.
Gain more insights how you can bring efficiency to R&D work and to speed up project execution.
Learn more about which biogenic feeds can be processed.
Find out how our unique digital workflow
automatizes your processes and helps you in generating high-quality data.
Find out more about the process and different project phases of a collaboration.
Check out the possibilities in on- and offine analytics for biogenic feedstocks.
Get to know hte's different technologies which can help with your challenges.
With rapidly rising CO2 emissions over the past years, a shift in the raw material base away from coal and oil towards gas and renewable feedstocks as sources of energy and material plays a major role, as does increased process efficiency.
Our experts Peter Kolb and Benjamin Mutz provide an overview of the main challenges of CO2 capture. They also take a look at different technologies for converting CO2, the role of hydrogen, and how parallelized testing technology can help you overcome your challenges on the road to carbon neutrality.
Learn more about the complexity of diverse gas ranges and logistical challenges.
Check out the various technologies to convert CO2, such as syngas conversion or methanol conversion.
Discover how we handle different reaction conditions on a lab scale to tackle your challenges.
Gain more insights about the potential uses of hydrogen and the importance of electrolysis to produce green hydrogen.
Find out more about the simulation of various C02-containing gas streams serving as a feedstock.
Reﬁneries, engineering companies and catalyst suppliers are facing changing market demands. In order to maintain competitiveness, it is necessary to expand the product portfolio towards other product classes such as oleﬁns or aromatics. In our video series, the experts Marius Kirchmann, Enrico Lorenz and Teo Trotus show how parallelized testing technology helps with shifting product requirements towards petrochemical products and the conversion of renewable feedstocks.
Find out how high throughput experimentation enables comparability of lab-scale data with industrial data from a refinery with great reproducibiIity.
Hear how high throughput technology can help you to generate the database for reactor design and process optimization.
Explore various analysis methods of the Micro Downflow Unit (MDU) to determine the contribution ol the co-feeds to the cracking products.
Learn more about the various applications of high throughput experimentation in aromatics and olefins chemistry.