Plasma chemistry


o                  Ilmenite (FeTiO3) dissociation and reduction into Titanium Carbide (TiC) and Iron

o                  Processing of Titanium raw materials and intermediates

o                  TiO2 reduction into lower oxides by Hydrogen in an arc and in an induction coupled reactor

o                  Zirconium Silicate (ZrSiO4) decomposition in an Induction-Coupled reactor

o                  ZrO2 reduction into lower oxides by Hydrogen in an arc

o                  Processing of Zirconium and Copper concentrates

o                  Preparation of SiO via reduction of SiO2 by Hydrogen in an Induction-Coupled or in an arc reactors

o                  Nitric oxides synthesis in an arc and a microwave reactors

o                  Reduction of NOx into elements

o                  Processing of concentrated N2O (conversion into NOx or abatement)

o                  Dissociation of CO2 into CO

o                  Water shift reaction (CO conversion into Hydrogen)


o             Destruction of diluted H2S or mercaptans

o             Upgrading of concentrated H2S into Hydrogen

o             Reduction of SOx into elements

Organic, Natural Gas or Petroleum

o             Production of H2, CO, C2H2, C2H4 via Natural Gas pyrolysis, steam reforming or partial oxidation

o             Upgrading of Biogas via a partial dry reforming or oxidation.

o             Partial oxidation of various fossil and renewable liquid fuel into Synthesis Gas (CO + H2) for Fuel Cell feeding, ,Hydrogen production or classical engines fueling

o             Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) abatement in flue gases of different sources

o             Heavy hydrocarbons cracking and hydrogenation into lighter fractions

o             Conversion of Hydrocarbons in liquid phase

o             Degreasing of metals

o             Chloro- and/or Fluoro-organics destruction and/or upgrading

o             Activation of wool

o             Processing or cleaning of aqueous liquids containing organic compounds

o             Soot after-burning

o             Destruction of Poly-Phenolic Resins