Brand Name : SHHXTC
Place of Origin : China
MOQ : 25KG
Price : Negotiable
Payment Terms : L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability : 30000tons/year
Packaging Details : 20kg/bag,25kg/bag,500kg/bag
CAS NO. : 64365-11-3
MF : C
EINECS NO : 264-846-4
Product Name : Granular Activated Carbon
1.5mm CTC 60% Extruded Pellet Granule Coal Based Activated Carbon for Pressure Swing Adsorption
The product is a kind of coal-based extruded activated carbon for pressure-swing adsorption.Physical activation: The precursor is developed into activated carbons using gases. This is generally done by using one combination of the following processes:
1.) Carbonization: Material with carbon content is pyrolyzed at temperatures in the range of 300–700℃, in absence of oxygen (usually in inert atmosphere with gases like argon or nitrogen).
2.) Activation/Oxidation: Raw material or carbonised material is exposed to oxidizing atmospheres (carbon monoxide, oxygen, or steam) at temperatures above 700℃ , usually in the temperature range of 700–900℃. The product is also designed to comply with all the applicable provision of AWWA standard for extruded activated carbon.
The product is used primarily to separate hydrogen from blast furnace gas or from the methyl alcohol gas. This carbon is a coarser mesh media and is generally used in deep bed filters where pressure drop may be concerned.It functions as a dual purpose media providing both filtration and adsorption.
|Iodine number||1010 mg/g (min)|
|Ash Content||10 % (max)|
|Moisture Content||2% (max)|
|C.T.C||60 % (min)|
|Screen Size by weight, US Sieve Series|
|Partical Size||1.5 mm|
|Apparent density||490--530 g/l|
Having high hardness, the product can reduce the generation of fines and product losses during backwashing.Complicated pores structure provides an equal blend of low and high energy, also for effective removal of abroad range of high and low molecular weight organic compounds.Separating nitrogen and carbon dioxide from the air.
Separating methane from ferment gas.
Extruded Cas 64365-11-3 Granular Activated Carbon Images