Get to know the first technology able to electrify the chemical industry.

Key chemical building blocks are currently produced with high emissions. With some of these building blocks set to become energy carriers of the future, their carbon footprint must urgently be reduced or eliminated.

SYPOX reactors heat chemical processes with electricity at all scales, thereby eliminating the central problem in chemical production: fossil fuel-powered furnaces. For hydrogen alone, this saves up to 400 megatons of CO2 per year, or 1% of global emissions. Expanding the use of SYPOX reactors to ammonia cracking, reverse water-gas-shift, and ethylene production has the potential to save billions of tons of emissions annually.

Key Advantages
SYPOX vs Combustion Furnaces

Zero emissions, temperatures up to 1200 °C, 95% energy efficiency

Sustainable Operation

  • Up to 1200 °C without CO2 emissions, using renewable electricity
  • No NOx emissions
  • Lower energy consumption per unit of product


  • Modular design, modules can be combined at will
  • Fast, fully-automized assembly and construction from readily available industry-standard components
  • Designed for standard industrial catalysts
  • Compact: 100 times smaller equipment compared to traditional furnaces
  • Easy integration into existing plants


  • Optimal performance with proven catalysts
  • 95% energy efficiency
  • Higher operational reliability due to strong coke and poison resistance
  • Higher operational flexibility, fast start-up and shut-down times
  • Lower material stress and breakdown
  • Higher process safety