ANDRITZ Expands Carbon Capture Portfolio with CATACARB® Technology Partnership

ANDRITZ Expands Carbon Capture Portfolio with CATACARB® Technology Partnership

(IN BRIEF) International technology group ANDRITZ has broadened its carbon capture technology offerings by entering a licensing agreement with US-based Eickmeyer & Associates, Inc., to utilize their hot potassium carbonate (HPC) technology known as CATACARB®. This collaboration enhances ANDRITZ’s ability to provide tailored carbon capture solutions to a diverse range of industries. With expertise in flue gas treatment systems, ANDRITZ aims to seamlessly integrate carbon capture units into existing and planned infrastructure, contributing to a greener industrial landscape. The partnership reflects a shared commitment between the companies to advance carbon capture technologies and support global sustainability objectives, offering industries competitive solutions for a carbon-constrained future.

(PRESS RELEASE) GRAZ, 22-May-2024 — /EuropaWire/ — International technology group ANDRITZ has expanded its technology portfolio for carbon capture through a licensing agreement with US-based Eickmeyer & Associates, Inc.

The cooperation gives ANDRITZ access to Eickmeyer’s hot potassium carbonate (HPC) technology known under the brand name CATACARB®. It complements the technologies used by ANDRITZ to offer complete carbon capture plants to a wide range of industries.

ANDRITZ’s technology portfolio already includes amine-based absorption/desorption and membrane separation. The addition of the state-of-the-art CATACARB process, which has been proven in various applications around the world, will enable ANDRITZ to respond more flexibly to individual customer requirements. Based on its extensive experience in designing flue gas treatment systems, ANDRITZ is well positioned to efficiently integrate carbon capture units into existing and planned flue gas treatment plants.

“We are very pleased to enter into this cooperation with Eickmeyer. Both our companies are committed to advancing carbon capture technologies and helping industries transition to a greener future,” says Harald Reissner, Senior Vice President of Clean Air Technologies at ANDRITZ. “The HPC technology perfectly complements our product portfolio and helps us to serve an even broader customer base with solutions tailored to their needs.”

Gary Buckholz, CEO and President of Eickmeyer & Associates, Inc., adds: “Industries need solutions that enable them to maintain competitive operations in a carbon-constrained world. This partnership will further promote the use of our leading-edge technology that aligns with global sustainability goals.”

International technology group ANDRITZ offers a broad portfolio of innovative plants, equipment, systems, services and digital solutions for a wide range of industries and end markets. Sustainability is an integral part of the company’s business strategy and corporate culture. With its extensive portfolio of sustainable products and solutions, ANDRITZ aims to make the greatest possible contribution to a sustainable future and help its customers achieve their sustainability goals. ANDRITZ is a global market leader in all four of its business areas – Pulp & Paper, Metals, Hydropower and Environment & Energy. Technological leadership and global presence are cornerstones of the group’s strategy, which is focused on long-term profitable growth. The publicly listed group has around 30,000 employees and over 280 locations in more than 80 countries.

ANDRITZ Environment & Energy is committed to environmental responsibility and offers a broad range of technologies focusing on sustainable solutions for various industries. The extensive product portfolio includes technologies for the production of green hydrogen and renewable fuels, for carbon capture and emission reduction, mechanical and thermal solid/liquid separation, grinding, pelletizing, and for pumping fluids. Complemented by cutting-edge automation and digitalization as well as comprehensive services, they enable efficient and innovative solutions in processes such as water and wastewater management, recycling, waste/sludge-to-value, resource-saving battery-related mining, desalination, feed and food valorization, air emission reduction and P2X.

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