Saint-Gobain NorPro

Saint-Gobain NorPro --
Leading Edge Ceramics Technology with Fixed Bed Media, Catalyst Carriers, and Heat & Mass Transfer Products

Saint-Gobain NorPro has served the oil and gas production, refining, petrochemical/chemical and environmental industries for more than 100 years, providing technology-driven ceramic solutions for process and manufacturing challenges.  The company offers product solutions for fixed bed reactor processing, heat and mass transfer applications, drilling and exploration.  We are the leading supplier of custom catalyst carriers, bed support media and proppants.


Founded in 1859 in Akron, Ohio, the company has developed into a major international supplier of highly advanced ceramic-based products with seven world class manufacturing locations in three countries. Our strategically located manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe, and the U.S. maintain the strictest product and material standards and provide the same consistent high-quality and outstanding service to customers the world over.

NorPro® products are used in various applications throughout the hydrocarbon industry.  View for details on the value of incorporating these products in your specific application.
Saint-Gobain manufactures products used up and down the energy supply chain, serving the natural gas, oil and oil sands, and coal industries.  Visit Saint-Gobain's Oil & Gas Group for a collection of Saint-Gobain businesses serving this industry with high-technology products.
Announcing the New MacroTrap® XPore 80 guard bed media -- Offers improved pressure drop stability when processing contaminant feed.
Announcing our latest advancement in bed topping media -- NGBT® media used as hold-down media at the top of graded reactor beds.
The unique, non-spherical shape provides improved operating performance and cost-saving bottom line results  through reduced pressure drop and fewer layers of media.


SABIC Technical Conference
6 Nov 2016 - 9 Nov 2016
Jubail, Saudi Arabia
ERTC 21st Annual Meeting
14 Nov 2016 - 16 Nov 2016
Lisbon, Portugal
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