If your catalyst project needs to evaluate a large number of parameters, and the development and optimization of the catalyst requires a large number of experimental tests, then the High Throughput Catalyst Test (HTCT) service is your best choice.
One of the greatest advantages of HTCT is that it greatly reduces the time required to develop or optimize a catalyst. The traditional strategy of evaluating catalysts one at a time is inefficient and resource intensive. Performing one experiment at a time limits creativity and the ability to quantify the variability and data quality encountered in daily operations. High-throughput, or more precisely, miniaturized parallel catalyst testing, alleviates this situation to a certain extent; the more reactors, the more ideas that can be tested, automation reduces variability, and miniaturization maximizes Land has reduced investment and operating costs.
In the field of heterogeneous catalysts, the best application of HTCT may be catalyst screening and identification, which is usually applied in different stages of technological development, such as the preliminary screening and secondary screening stages of catalyst development in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition, it can also play an important role in the stages of process parameter optimization, kinetic modeling and mechanics research, catalyst deactivation and life.
Figure 1. Flow chart of a multi-channel reactor. 
|Type||Reactor configuration||Application Examples|
|Trickle-flow, heavy feed||Max. 4×4||Hydrotreating|
|Gas phase||Max. 4×16||Fischer Tropsch|
|Trickle flow / Gas phase, light feed||Max. 4×4||Naphtha Reforming|
Transalkylation (low sulfur feeds)
|Batch Parallel Reactors||Max. 6×12||Hydrogenation|