Carvapur pellet - Activated carbon for organic gases

Pelleted activated carbon; particularly suitable for the purification of air and gases with little available pressure.

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Pelleted activated carbon for organic gases

4mm diameter pellet
Presentation: 25 kg bags, 100 kg containers

Applications:
Painting booths
Kitchen hoods
Solvent recovery
Compressed air purification (scuba tanks and hospitals).
Control of industrial pollutants (Such as carbon dioxide, hydrogen, helium and acetylene)
Air conditioning

Carvapur Pellet type carbon is an activated carbon, which has the property of preferentially adsorbing organic molecules whose molecular weight is between 55 and 250. Said molecules tend to be volatile, which is why they are typically present in air and other gases.

This product is made from coal that is pulverized and subsequently pelletized to obtain a cylindrical shape that minimizes the pressure drop of the gas to be treated. Typically, it retains between 0.2 and 0.8 kg of contaminants per kg of activated carbon.

It is recommended that the surface velocity of the air or gas that is purified with this carbon is between 10 and 30 m / min, and that the contact time in an empty bed is greater than 0.1 seconds.

Compounds it retains:

Of the listed pollutants, some are specific chemical compounds. Others represent a class of compounds and others are mixtures of varying composition. The capacity of activated carbon for odors varies with their concentration, as well as with humidity and air temperature.

A = High capacity (coal holds 20% to 50% of its own weight).
B = Satisfactory capacity (retains 10% to 25% of its weight).
C = Sufficient capacity to provide good service under operating conditions
particular, which must be analyzed.
D = Low capacity. Activated carbon does not provide adequate service under operating conditions
ordinary.
* = A carbon impregnated with a certain substance significantly increases the adsorption capacity of this compound.

Essential oils A
Rancid oils A
Amyl acetate A
Butyl acetate A
Cellosolve Acetate A
Ethyl acetate A
Isopropyl Acetate A
Methyl cellosolve acetate A
Methyl acetate B
Propyl acetate A
Acetone B
Acetic acid A
Acrylic acid A
Butyric acid A
Caprylic acid A
Carbolic acid A
Lactic acid A
Palmitic acid A
Propionic acid A
Uric acid A
Valeric acid A
Methyl acylate A
Ethyl acrylate A
Acrylonitrile A
Adhesives, A solvents
Masking Agents A
Garlic A
Camphor A
Amyl alcohol A
Butyl alcohol A
Valéric aldehyde A
Tar A
Anesthetics B
Acetic anhydride A
Aniline A
Antiseptics A
Flower scent A
Food flavorings A
Flavoring A
Alcoholic beverages A
Whiteners B
Borano B
Pitch and tar A
Bromine A
Ethyl bromide A
Methyl bromide B
Butadiene B
Butane C
Butyl cellosolve A
Butanone A
Cellosolve A
Cyclohexane A
Cyclohexanone A
Cyclohexene A
Chlorine B
Chlorobutadiene A
Chloroform A
Chlorobenzene A
Chloronitropropane A
Chloropicrin A
Butyl chloride A
Ethyl chloride B
Methylene chloride B
Methyl chloride B
Cyclohexanol A
Chlorobenzene A
Propyl chloride A
Vinyl chloride B
Liquid fuels A
Cleaning compounds A
Cresol A
Crotonaldehyde A
Dean A
Deodorizers A
Trace waste A
Industrial waste B
Disinfectants A
Detergents B
Dibromoethane A
Dichlorodifluoromethane A
Dichloroethane A
Dichlorethylene A
Dichloromonofluoromethane B
Dichloronitroethane A
Dichloropropane A
Dichlorotetrafluroethane A
Ethylene dichloride A
Diethyl ketone A
Dimethylaniline A
Dioxane A
Dipropyl ketone A
Carbon disulfide A
Ethane D
Ether B
Amyl ether A
Butyl ether A
Ethyl dichloro ether A
Ethyl ether B
Isopropyl ether A
Methyl ether B
Propyl ether A
Ethyl mercaptan D *
Ethylbenzene A
Ethylenechlorohydrin A
Eucalyptol A
Phenol a
Fluorotrichloromethane B
Ethyl format B
Methyl format B
Phosgene B
Ripening fruits A
Gangrene A
Gasoline A
Fat burned A
Lubricating oils and greases A
Heptane A
Hexane A
Heptylene A
Hydrogen D
Incense A
Indole A
Isophorone A
Soaps A
Sour milk A
Calcinated materials A
Menthol A
Mercaptans A
Methane D
Methyl butyl ketone A
Methyl ethyl ketone A
Methyl isobutyl ketone A
Methyl mercaptan A
Methyl cellosolve A
Methylcyclohexane A
Methylcyclohexanol A
Methylcyclohexanone A
Methylchloroform B
Mold B
Monochlorobenzene A
Monofluorotrichloromethane A
Styrene monomer A
Carbon monoxide D
Coal Tar Naphtha A
Petroleum naphtha A
Naphthalene A
Naphthalene A
Nicotine a
Nitro benzenes A
Nitroethane C
Nitroglycerin A
Nitromethane C
Nitropropane A
Nonane A
Octalene A
Octane A
Odorizers A
Garlic smell A
Animal smell B
Smell of dead animals A
Roast beef smell A
Onion smell A
Sour cabbage smell A
Smell of spoiled food. TO
Smell of burned food A
Sweet smell A
Rubber smell A
Smoke smell A
Smell of cigarette smoke A
Popcorn smell A
Plastic smell A
Cheese smell A
Smell of sweat A
Animal smell B
Body odors A
Bird odors A
Bath smells A
Butchery smells B
Citrus and other scents
fruits A
Cooking odors A
Kitchen smells A
Combustion odors B
Drain odors A
Embalming odors A
Hospital odors A
Development laboratory odors B
Liquor odors A
Makeup smells A
Pet odors A
Deteriorated paper odor A
Fish odors A
Paint odors A
Cleaning product odors A
Medicinal odors A
Persistent odors A
Rancid odors A
Ethylene oxide B
Mesityl oxide A
Ozone A
Paradichlorobenzene A
Glue A
Pentane B
Perchlorethylene A
Perfumes and cosmetics A
Pyridine A
Pollen B
Waste products B
Decomposing product A
Products for embalming A
Products for C radiation
Propane C
Propyl mercaptan A
Putrescin A
Kerosin A
Organic chemicals A
Resins A
Burned blood A
Ethyl Silicate A
Smog A
Bleaching solutions B *
Solvents B
Dimethyl sulfate A
Rotting substances B
Tetrachloroethane A
Tetrachlorethylene A
Carbon tetrachloride A
Toluene A
Tolidine A
Trichloroethane A
Trichlorethylene A
Sulfur trioxide B *
Turpetina A
Urea A
Asphalt Vapors A
Varnish Vapors A
Fuel vapors C
Diesel fumes A
Vinegar B
Xylene A
Iodine A
Iodoform A
Hydrogen Iodide B

Retaining compounds 

Data sheet

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