While some molecular sieves that remove alcohols and aromatic hydrocarbons use pressure to regenerate the sieve, the molecular sieves that are used for water-adsorption are usually regenerated by heating. For most industrial purposes, these temperatures range from about 250° to 450°F, similar to baking temperature settings for a standard kitchenView more
The material used in an industrial molecular sieve has small uniform pores. When other substances come in contact with the molecular sieve, the molecules that are the right size to fit in the pores will be adsorbed. The molecules that are too large to fit will not.View more
Molecular Sieve is water reactive. Material can react with water liberating extreme heat.The FEIZHOU packet provides protection from direct contact with Molecular Sieve. Avoid using damaged or torn packets.Molecular Sieves are supplied in strips of 6 packets. Each packet contains 12.5 grams. Scissors may be used to cut single unitsView more
the inclusion of Molecular Sieve with processed motion picture film in a sealed container has the ability to extend the life of the dye images and film support beyond that which is currently considered normal.View more
Water will be able to occupy the large surface area inside the pores and thus be removed. If the solvent could also enter the pores, it would compete with water for the surface area and there would be little or no removal of the water from the bulk solvent. Type 4A molecular sieve is not suitable for drying ethanol, methanolView more
Because heated blower dryer with molecular sieve dessicant s consume no compressed air for regeneration, this decision allowed for smaller, 150 hp compressors (one being VSD controlled) to be purchased with a smaller 1,500 cfm dryer with molecular sieve dessicant .View more
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