Granular activated carbon to adsorb oxidizable organic molecules (alcohols, aldehydes, alkenes) of low molecular weight.
Raw material: Coconut shell
Particle size range (mesh): 4 × 10, 8 × 14, 14 × 30, or 4mm Pellet.
Presentation: 25 kg bags, 100 kg containers
Cartridge respirators (masks)
Control of specific gaseous contaminants in vents and confined spaces (such as formaldehyde or isopropyl alcohol)
Purification of storage spaces and distribution of fresh fruits and food (in which it is sought to avoid premature ripening)
Carvapox is a highly microporous, impregnated carbon designed to retain organic compounds particularly susceptible to oxidation, and whose high volatility does not make them effectively adsorbable on standard activated carbon.
This product combines the enormous surface area that activated carbon provides with the oxidizing capacity of compounds impregnated in an acid medium on the surface of the carbon. Carvapox has high toughness and abrasion resistance and therefore has little breakage loss during handling.
- Organic vapors prone to oxidation
- All types of organic vapors (although with less capacity than a non-impregnated carbon)
Compound with which it is suggested to do organoleptic tests:
Among the vapors it retains are: