A cracked gas dryer is a piece of equipment for removing water vapor from natural gas, for example, using adsorbers and membranes. Natural gas usually contains significant quantities of water vapor. This water vapor can be removed by filtering and heating in a cracked gas dryer.View more
South Korea’s petrochemical company is located in the town of Yeosu. The plant started from 350,000 tons of ethylene per year production and expanded to 1,000,000 tons per year now. There are twelve naphtha cracking furnaces in this plant. The naphtha used as the feedstock for this plant is fed to a pyrolysis (steam cracking)View more
Our suspension agent are very popular with Construction material & Coating paint market as SIKA AG; MAPEI Americas ;Laticrete are using Our suspension agent function as thixotropic agent can greatly improve the construction of anti spattering, anti sagging, Anti caking.View more
A suspension concentrate or flowable combines many of the characteristics of emulsifiable concentrates and wettable powders. The active ingredient in these formulations is usually a solid that does not dissolve in either water or oil. Although occasionally liquid active ingredients have been used but these must first be absorbedView more
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 standardView more
Molecular sieves typically adsorb water much faster than other desiccant air dryers and they can reduce the humidity to much lower levels that the standard silica gel. They are also more effective than natural desiccants for applications that exceed normal room temperature. When properly used, they can be effective in reducing water moleculesView 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. Molecular sieves function at the microscopic level, therefore their sizesView more
A molecular sieve is a material containing tiny pores of a precise and uniform size that is used as an adsorbent for gases and liquids. Molecules small enough to pass through the pores are adsorbed while larger molecules are not. It is different from a common filter in that it operates on a molecular level and traps the adsorbed substance.View more
Molecular sieves, synthetic forms of Zeolite packing, have been used since the 1950s for separating light gases (oxygen, nitrogen, methane, and carbon monoxide) and inert gases (helium, argon, neon, krypton, and xenon), yet there have been few changes or improvements in their basic composition or performance. Restek has designed the two most commonView more
ype 5A molecular sieves should be used to dry dehydration solvents for electron microscopy. Most common solvents (acetone, ethanol, and methanol, etc.) need to be anhydrous for electron microscopy embedding work using epoxy resins, yet they have a tendency to pick up atmospheric water when bottles are opened.View more
Type 3A molecular sieves should be used to dry dehydration solvents for electron microscopy. Most common solvents (acetone, ethanol, and methanol, etc.) need to be anhydrous for electron microscopy embedding work using epoxy resins, yet they have a tendency to pick up atmospheric water when bottles are opened. Molecular sieves are used to dehydrateView more
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