Alternatives to crude oil-based fuels are a growing interest worldwide, and Zeton’s lab scale systems, pilot plants, demonstration plants and modular process plants play a key role in bringing innovative processes and technologies to market to service new fuel demands. 

Fischer-Tropsch technology (FT) was originally developed in the early 1920s. The practice has gained momentum recently as a result of world oil market developments including stringent legislation on sulphur and flared gas emissions.  Zeton’s lab scale plant, pilot plant and demonstration plant expertise has aided leading technology developers in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art pilot plants in the areas of synfuels, gas-to-liquids (GTL), Fischer-Tropsch, alternative energy and fuels, autothermal reforming, hydrogen and fuel cells.


"Zeton once again handled our projects in a very professional manner,
and I am pleased with the results obtained."

(Sasol Ltd., South Africa)