Important message on COVID19

Learn More Dismiss

Choose your language

This section is available in the following languages: English

Biorenewables

The development of fuels and chemicals based on biological feedstocks is critical to a sustainable future and BASF is proud to provide the catalysts to support this industry. BASF has established itself as a front-runner in this field by becoming the global market leader for sodium methylate, the homogeneous catalyst used for biodiesel production.

Alumina Catalysts Brochure

Aluminum oxide is present in large quantities in the earth’s crust and is derived from bauxite ore. Commonly called “alumina”, this oxide is a fascinating material, which has found extensive use as a catalyst and catalyst support in the chemical and petrochemical industries.

File: pdf (3.661 MB)

Language: english

Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Biorenewables, Chemical

Request Download

BASF employees will automatically receive this document when requested


Cu 0203 T 1/8“

BASF’s Cu 0203 T 1/8" is a copper chromite catalyst in tablet form. It is supplied in an oxidic or reduced & stabilized state. Cu 0203 T 1/8” is a very active catalyst, particularly suited for the amination of alcohols.

File: pdf (192.734 KB)

Language: english

Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Biorenewables

Request Download

BASF employees will automatically receive this document when requested


Cu 0360 T 1/8“

BASF’s Cu 0360 T 1/8” is a chrome free copper catalyst supplied as unreduced tablet. It contains a proprietary silica support to enhance performance. Cu 0360 T 1/8” is useful for a variety of petro- and oleochemical fixed bed applications.

File: pdf (189.937 KB)

Language: english

Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Biorenewables

Request Download

BASF employees will automatically receive this document when requested


H9-66 T3x3

BASF’s H9-66 T3x3 is a copper-based catalyst on a proprietary support. It is supplied as an unreduced tablet, particularly useful for the production of MPG (Mono propylene glycol). The corresponding MPG process is licensed by BASF

File: pdf (186.194 KB)

Language: english

Categories: Chemical Catalysts, Biorenewables

Request Download

BASF employees will automatically receive this document when requested