Extra-High Product Purity in Chemicals Production - Effective Polishing with Hydrogenation Catalysts
Achieving the product purity customers require is essential for every producer of oxo-alcohols, caprolactam, HPPO, white oil, diols, and fatty alcohols. Reaching specifications makes your products valuable – and that is why the final “Polishing” process steps are so important.
Join this free webinar for producers in Asia to learn how hydrogenation catalysts can boost your product purity. Even small improvements can amount to significant financial benefits from increased output and higher selling prices.
Global Product Manager Dr. Nikolas Jacobsen will discuss:
- Hydrogenation Processes: How do they work in Chemicals Production?
- Hydrogenation Catalysts: Solutions for many Applications
- “Polishing” Steps: Ways to boost Product Purity
- Making your Polishing steps more effective with Nickel-based Hydrogenation Catalysts
Dr. Nikolas Jacobsen
Global Product Manager Hydrogenation, Clariant Catalysts
University of Munich, Germany, where he also worked as a research associate from 2007 to 2011. He then joined Süd-Chemie, today’s Clariant Catalysts, as an R&D Project Manager focusing on research into syngas catalysis. In 2015, he was appointed Global Product Manager Hydrogenation, taking care of Clariant’s entire portfolio of catalysts for this application.
Head of Sales SEA for Fuel Upgrading, Hydrogenation & Custom Catalysts, Clariant Catalysts
Vincent Mok was appointed Head of Sales South East Asia and Pacific for Fuel Upgrading, Hydrogenation and Custom catalysts at Clariant Catalysts in 2019. From 2015 to 2019, he served the Asia-Pacific region as Head of Sales for Fuel Upgrading catalysts. Prior to this, he worked as Regional Market Development Manager Chemistry & Energy for a global producer of industrial gases, focusing on South and East Asia. From 2005 to 2011,Vincent Mok held positions as Technical Consultant for specialty catalysts and as Refinery Technologist in a leading energy company. He started his career in 2002 as a Production Engineer for a global pharmaceuticals group. Vincent Mok holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore as well as an MBA from Singapore Management University.
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