Visão geral do produto

  • Targets acidic gases, volatile organic compounds, reactive molecular weight organics
  • Accurate service life testing
  • Target contaminants include:
    • Formaldehyde
    • Hydrocarbons (VOCs)
    • Hydrogen sulfide
    • Lower molecular weight aldehydes and organic acids
    • Nitric oxide
    • Nitrogen dioxide
    • Sulfur dioxide

Temperatura operacional máxima
  • -20˚C - 50˚C

Engineered Media

SAAFBlend WS is produced from an equal volumetric mix of SAAFOxidant™, SAAFCarb™, and SAAFCarb™ MA. SAAFOxidant engineered media is composed of a combination of activated alumina and other binders, in spherical, porous pellets. Potassium permanganate is impregnated to this media combination in order to provide optimum adsorption, absorption, and oxidation of various gaseous contaminants. Potassium permanganate is applied uniformly during pellet formation and is distributed throughout the pellet volume. This process provides the maximum amount of impregnant for chemical reaction and optimal performance.

SAAFCarb is composed of high-quality virgin substrates in pelletized activated carbon media form, in order to provide optimum adsorption for various gaseous contaminants.

SAAFCarb MA is composed of pelletized activated carbon media suitably impregnated for the removal of acid gases.

Adsorptive Process

The SAAFCarb media removes toxic and impure gases by physical adsorption. In this process, the gases remain on the surface of the pellet.

Chemisorptive Process

The SAAFOxidant and SAAFCarb MA chemisorptive process removes the contaminant gases by adsorption, absorption, and chemical reaction. The gas is trapped within the pellet, where a chemical reaction changes the gases into harmless solids and mitigates the possibility of desorption.

Quality Control

SAAFBlend WS media contains an equal volumetric mix of SAAFOxidant, SAAFCarb MA, and SAAFCarb media. Each media undergoes respective quality control tests.

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