Activated carbon

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10 Metric Ton/Metric Tons (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
1000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Port:
XINGANG CHINA
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Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Shanxi, China (Mainland)
Model Number:
PK1560
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
25KGS BAG; 500KGS BAG
Delivery Time
WITHIN 30 DAYS

COAL-BASED ACTIVATED CARBON FOR PRESSURE-SWING ADSORPTION

Description

PK-1560 is a kind of coal-based extruded activated

carbon developed by SHANXI  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.

Applications

PK-1560 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.

PK-1560 functions as a dual purpose media provide both

filtration and adsorption.

Specifications Value

Iodine Number 1010 mg/g (min)

Ash Content 10 % (max)

Moisture by Weight 2 % (max)

Hardness 90% (min)

C.T.C 60 % (min)

Particle Size 1.5 mm

Apparent density 490~530 g/l

 

Benefits

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.