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What Does the Catalyst Do in Cracking?

What Are the Products of Catalytic Cracking?Catalytic cracking is one of the petroleum refining processes, which is the process by which heavy oils are cracked in the presence of heat and catalysts an...

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What is Zeolite Powder Used for?

1. What is Zeolite Powder?Molecular sieve activated powder is a kind of white powder, which is formed after deep processing and activation of synthetic molecular sieve original powder.The original mol...

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How to Make Ceramic Balls?

What is Ceramic Ball?Ceramic balls are a widely used material in the petroleum, chemical, fertilizer, natural gas, and environmental protection industries. The porcelain ball is used as a covering sup...

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What is the Major Use of Carbon Molecular Sieve CMS?

1. What is Carbon Molecular Sieve?A carbon molecular sieve is an excellent non-polar carbon material. Nitrogen-producing carbon molecular sieve is used to separate air and enrich nitrogen. It adopts a...

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What Does Zeolite Do For Soil?

What is Zeolite?Zeolite is an aluminosilicate mineral containing a water shelf-like structure, first discovered in 1756. Depending on its composition, zeolite is divided into square zeolite (Na[AlSi2O...

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A Select Guide to Types of Structured Packing

Structured packing means it is neatly stacked in a tower and arranged according to a uniform geometric figure. It is widely used due to its advantages of large specific surface area, small pressure dr...

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Know the Packed Column Design

1. What is meant by packed column?Packed columns are pressure vessels that contain a filling section, which are pipes or hollow tubes packed with fine particles and packing. They are usually cylindric...

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Difference between PSA vs TSA

What do TSA and PSA stand for?Molecular sieves are used in a variety of applications, but the goal is always the same: to separate two or more components from each other. This can be achieved in sever...

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The Difference Between Distillation, Stripping, And Extraction Columns

In the process of chemical production, it is often necessary to separate raw materials, intermediate products, or crude products to obtain chemical products or intermediate products that meet the proc...

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Overview of Raschig Rings

What are raschig rings?Rasching ring is one of the first artificial fillers used in the industry. Usually made of ceramic or metal sheet, its height is equal to the diameter, and the common size is 25...

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Applications of Molecular Sieve

Molecular Sieve For Natural Gas DryingNatural gas is a very popular source of fuel, it is a hydrocarbon gas consisting mainly of methane or CH₄ and a few other hydrocarbons in smaller quantities. Cur...

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The Difference Between MBBR And MBR

What is MBBR filter media?What is MBBR media? MBBR media is also known as MBBR biological media and MBBR carrier. MBBR means moving bed biofilm reactor, which is a microbial carrier used in the MBBR p...

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What is Activated Alumina?

What is Activated Alumina?Activated alumina is a porous, solid form of alumina, also known as Al₂O₃. It is also the mineral that makes up the precious rubies and sapphires, the impurities of which a...

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Mist Eliminator For Wet Scrubber

What are Mist Eliminators?The mist eliminator is mainly composed of fixed devices such as corrugated blades, plates, clips, etc. During the operation of the absorption tower in wet desulfurization, , ...

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Ceramic Balls Uses

What is A Ceramic Ball?Ceramic balls are used as a covering support material for the catalyst in the reactor and as a tower filler. They are resistant to high temperatures and pressures, have a low wa...

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Pall Ring Packing is Widely Used

Pall rings are one of the most basic and widely used types of column packing. They are a versatile, affordable option for distillation, absorption, and stripping operations which include high-volume a...

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What is Required for Catalytic Cracking

What is Cracking?Cracking refers to the chemical process of converting one sample (mainly high molecular compounds) into several other substances (mainly low molecular compounds) only by thermal energ...

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Difference Between Silica Gel and Molecular Sieve?

What is Silica Gel?Silica gel is a molecular sieve containing an irregular pattern of silicon and oxygen atoms with uneven pores. It is a form of silica and can be processed into various forms such as...

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Tellerette Ring-Your Cost-Effective Choice

Tellerette packing ring is also called teller ring and tellerette rosette ring. It is well known for its economical and versatile performance characteristics because of its unique annular helix design...

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Know More About Mbbr Bio Filter Media

What is MBBR Bio Filter media?By definition, MBBR means moving bed biofilm reactor, which is a moving media system for integrated fixed activated sludge (IFAS) and moving bed biofilm reaction (MBBR) s...

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13x Molecular Sieve Regeneration Process

What is Molecular Sieve Regeneration?Molecular sieve regeneration allows the wet or deactivated zeolite to restore to its original working capacity without damaging the zeolite or physical properties....

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About Oxygen Concentrators

What Type of Zeolite is Used in Oxygen Concentrators?An oxygen concentrator is a device that concentrates oxygen from a gas supply (usually ambient air) by selectively removing nitrogen to provide a s...

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Introduction of Dixon Ring Packing

What is Dixon Ring Packing?Tower packing generally refers to the material that is filled in other objects. In chemical engineering, Tower packing refers to the inert solid material packed in the filli...

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Types of Intalox Saddle

The intalox packing used in industry column packing is also called intalox saddle. It is divided into ceramic, plastic, and metal intalox saddles according to the material. It has larger flux, lower p...

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What is a 5A Molecular Sieve?

5A molecular sieve is an alkali aluminosilicate in the calcium form of a Type A crystal structure with a pore size of 5 angstroms (0.5 nm). It can adsorb any molecule with a diameter smaller than 5 an...

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Introduction of Vane Type Demister

What is Vane Type Demister?The vane type demister also called herringbone mist eliminator. Consists of a number of serrated herringbone blades with a certain spacing. The blade profile can be smooth o...

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Application of ZSM-5 Zeolite

Introduction of ZSM-5 ZeoliteZSM-5, Zeolite Socony Mobil #5, is a catalyst first made by Argauer and Landolt in 1969 and patented by Mobil Oil Company in 1975. It is an aluminosilicate zeolite that be...

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Why ZSM-5 Is An Important Zeolite?

What is ZSM-5?(ZSM-5)ZSM-5--Zeolite Socony Mobil–5, is a synthetic zeolite. It contains silicon dioxide (Si) and alumina (Al), with the proportion of silicon dioxide being more important than that of...

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Naike Produced Ceramic Saddle Ring

Ceramic saddle ring belongs to a type of ceramic filler. Ceramic saddle ring is processed by continuous extrusion. Compared with the Rasey ring filler of the same material, ceramic saddle ring has the...

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Lithium Molecular Sieve Used In Oxygen Generators

Lithium molecular sieve for small oxygen concentratorsThere are two common types of molecular sieve for small oxygen concentrators: Lithium molecular sieve and NaX molecular sieve. The LiX zeolite is ...

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What Is The Difference Between 3A, 4A, 5A, And 13X Molecular Sieves?

What is a molecular sieveA molecular sieve is a type of mineral adsorbent, filter agent and dryingagent that can absorb certain molecules, which also called a mole sieve.It is a synthetic crystalline ...

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Molecular Sieves 13X HP:Remove The Nitrogen From Oxygen To Obtain Pure Oxygen

What are molecular sieves 13X-HP?Molecular sieves 13X-HP is a novel X molecular sieve suitable for the PSA oxygen concentrator. They are commonly used as catalysts to remove nitrogen from oxygen to ob...

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Why Is Lithium Molecular Sieve A Preferred Choice For Oxygen Generation?

What is a lithium molecular sieve?Lithium molecular sieve (oxygen molecular sieve) is a kind of lithium X type silicon aluminicate crystal, with a relatively stable silicon aluminum skeleton structure. Th...

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Introduction of Inert Ceramic Balls

Inert ceramic balls are generally used as support and covering materials for the catalyst in the reactor. It can buffer the impact of the liquid and gas entering the reactor on the catalyst, protect t...

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What is the Difference Between Zeolite and Molecular Sieve?

Ⅰ. What are zeolite and molecular sieve?Zeolite is an aluminosilicate mineral with a water framework structure and was first discovered in 1756. The Swedish mineralogist Cronstedt discovered that the...

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Top Ten Questions and Answers on Molecular Sieve Activated Powder

1. What are the raw materials and production process of molecular sieve activation powder?Answer: The main raw material of activated molecular sieve powder is aluminosilicate. 3A is potassium sodium a...

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Molecular Sieve Production Process

The molecular sieve powder production process mainly includes five stages of sodium aluminate preparation, synthesis, aging and crystallization, mother liquor separation and washing, drying and packag...

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Random Packing VS. Structured Packing

Packing generally refers to materials that are filled with other objects. In chemical engineering, packing refers to the inert solid materials installed in the filling tower, such as Pall ring and Lac...

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How Do Molecular Sieves Remove Water

Molecular sieves have a large surface area, generally 600-1000 square meters per gram. It has a strong adsorption capacity for polarized and polarizable molecules. Water is a strongly polarized molecu...

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What Should I Pay Attention to when Storing Molecular Sieve Powder?

For molecular sieve powder, many people do not know it very well. In fact, it is artificially synthesized and has many advantages, such as purifying exhaust gas. Therefore, it is now used in many fiel...

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Performance of Molecular Sieve

1. What is a molecular sieve?Molecular sieve is a synthetic hydrated aluminosilicate (bubble zeolite) or natural zeolite with the function of screening molecules. Molecular sieves have a uniform micro...

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Activation Method of 4A Molecular Sieve

4A molecular sieve has a wide range of applications. It is not only a new type of high-performance microporous adsorbent, but also a catalyst carrier with excellent performance. As a desiccant, molecu...

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What is the Role of Molecular Sieve in the Oxygen Generator?

Medical oxygen generators are based on pressure swing adsorption technology, a new type of equipment that extracts oxygen from the air. What is the role of molecular sieve oxygen generators?1. Oxygen ...

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The Difference Between 3A Molecular Sieve and Type B Desiccant for Insulating Glass

1. What is the 3A molecular sieve for insulating glass?Molecular sieve (also known as synthetic zeolite) is a kind of aluminosilicate microporous mesh crystal material, composed of SiO2 and Al2O3 tetr...

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What is the Difference Between Molecular Sieve and Desiccant?

Ⅰ. What is the molecular sieve desiccant?Some people may think that the two are the same thing. This is because there is a substance that we call the molecular sieve desiccant. It is a synthetic desi...

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The Particle Diameter and Use Method of 4A Molecular Sieve

1. The particle diameter of 4A molecular sieve4A molecular sieves are divided into strips and spherical shapes, and the diameters of different shapes are also different, but the size of the molecules ...

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The Replacement Method of Activated Alumina Desiccant

1. Remove the activated alumina in the adsorption tankOpen the bottom flange of the adsorption and drying device, remove the activated alumina in the adsorption tank, and then use a vacuum cleaner to ...

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The Characteristics of Common Type A Molecular Sieve

1. 3A molecular sieve3A molecular sieve is an alkali metal aluminosilicate with a pore size of about 0.3 nanometers, which is mainly used to adsorb water.It does not adsorb any molecules larger than 0...

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The Common Type A Molecular Sieve Uses

1. 3A molecular sieve3A molecular sieve is mainly used for drying various liquids (such as ethanol), air, refrigerant, natural gas, methane gas; it is also used for drying unsaturated hydrocarbons and...

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Molecular Sieve Types and Structures

Ⅰ. There are two types of molecular sieves: natural zeolite and synthetic zeolite.1. Most natural zeolites are formed by the reaction of volcanic tuff and tuffaceous sedimentary rocks in marine or la...

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Molecular Sieve Poisoning

1. Carbon Molecular SieveFrom a chemical point of view, chlorine, hydrogen chloride and carbon do not react at room temperature. Moreover, the content of chlorine and hydrogen chloride in the air is e...

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Four Kinds of Treatment of Dampened 4a Molecular Sieve

How do you treat moisture absorption when the 4a molecular sieve is not tightly packed or the storage environment is damaged? Today we will discuss the adsorption capacity of molecular sieves and the ...

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Application of Activated Alumina in the Field of Adsorption and Catalysis

With a large specific surface area, various pore structure and pore size distribution, and rich surface properties, activated alumina is widely applied to adsorbent, catalyst and support. The alumina ...

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How Long is the Life Cycle of Activated Alumina Adsorbent?

This product is made from pure natural minerals and activated hygroscopic agent. It is green, non-toxic, tasteless and does no harm to the human body. The product has a good adsorption performance, ac...

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Conditions That Need to Be Controlled for Carbon Molecular Sieve Nitrogen Production

1. The conditions for nitrogen production by carbon molecular sieve - air compression purification process.It is necessary to ensure the pure feed air flow into the carbon molecular sieve adsorption c...

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Regeneration Method and Application of 4A Molecular Sieve

In the laboratory, it can be activated and dehydrated by drying in a muffle furnace at a temperature of 350°C and drying under normal pressure for 8 hours (if there is a vacuum pump, it can be dried ...

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Main Components of Carbon Molecular Sieve and Principles of Nitrogen Production

Carbon molecular sieve is a new type of adsorbent developed in the 1970s. It is an excellent non-polar carbon material. Nitrogen-making carbon molecular sieve is used to separate air and enrich nitrog...

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What Are the Differences Between 3A, 4A, and 5A Molecular Sieves?

What is the difference between 3A, 4A, and 5A molecular sieves? Are the three types of molecular sieves the same purpose? What are the factors related to the working principle? Which industries are th...

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Molecular Sieves Are Materials with Uniform Pores

The diameter of the molecular sieve is angstroms or nanometers (nm). Molecular sieves can be microporous (2nm), macroporous (50 View More

Production Principles of the Carbon Molecular Sieve

1. Production principles of the carbon molecular sieve for nitrogen generatorCarbon molecular sieve is the adsorbent on the PSA nitrogen production equipment, which uses the principle of pressure swin...

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Why Can the Molecular Sieve Be Used As a Solid Acid Catalyst?

Ⅰ. Introduction to the molecular sieve catalystA natural or synthetic chemical substance with a network structure. For example, when cross-linked dextran and zeolite are used as chromatographic mediu...

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Category of Packing in Tower Packing

Tower packing refers to the small fluid resistance, which is suitable for the process of treating large gas volume and small liquid volume. The liquid flows from top to bottom along the packing surfac...

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3A Molecular Sieve is the Most Suitable Desiccant for Insulating Glass

Ⅰ. The introduction of molecular sieveMolecular sieve is a synthetic hydrated silicate aluminate (zeolite) or natural zeolite with the function of screening moleculars. Its pore size is similar to ge...

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Specific Decontamination Performance of 3A Molecular Sieve

The main purpose of using molecular sieves in the industry is to make them perform decontamination functions. For example, 3A molecular sieve is a common molecular sieve, and its filtration effect is ...

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Application and Performance of 3A Molecular Sieve

3A molecular sieve is an alkali metal aluminosilicate, and sometimes, it is also called 3A zeolite molecular sieve. The pore size of the molecular sieve 3A is 3Å. It is mainly used for adsorbing wate...

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Method for Strengthening Performance of Molecular Sieve

Molecular sieves are materials with uniformly sized pores (very small pores). The size of these pores is similar to the size of small chemical molecules. Therefore, large molecules cannot enter the mo...

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What Are the Applications of Molecular Sieve in Petrochemical Industry?

In the more than half a century since the advent of molecular sieves, the technologies have been mainly used to meet the needs of three traditional fields, first of all, in the catalytic process of tr...

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What Are Characteristics of the 4A Molecular Sieve?

Due to the large pore structure and particle size of 4A molecular sieve crystals, the adsorption performance of the 4A molecular sieve is very strong. For the adsorption of non-ionic surfactants, 4A m...

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What Industries Can the Molecular Sieve Be Used In?

What industries can molecular sieves be used in? What is the role of the molecular sieve? What benefits does the molecular sieve bring to various industries? Next, Pingxiang Naike Chemical Equipment P...

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4A Molecular Sieve Can Be Used As a Molding Agent for Soap

The pore size of 4A molecular sieve is 4A, which can adsorb any molecule with a diameter smaller than 4A. The factors that affect the actual performance of 4A molecular sieve generally include air flo...

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Activated Alumina Ball Plays an Important Role As a Desiccant

Dehydration is a widespread need in industry, and the presence of moisture often negatively affects the production process. Therefore, for most production environments under non-vacuum conditions, dry...

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How To Activate Molecular Sieve?

Why Do You Need to Activate a Molecular Sieve?In the process of storage and transportation, a molecular sieve will absorb a small amount of water and carbon dioxide. Activation can ensure molecular si...

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The Shape and Performance of Solid Adsorbent of Activated Alumina

1. Shape and performance of activated aluminaSolid adsorbents are used in reactors with different particle shapes. Early adsorbents did not pay attention to the shape, and often only crushed the bulk ...

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The Role of 4A Molecular Sieve in the Daily Chemical Industry

According to different pore sizes and uses, there are 3A molecular sieves, 4A molecular sieves, 5A molecular sieves, 10X molecular sieves, 13X molecular sieves, 13XAPG molecular sieves, oxygen-enriche...

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Factors Affecting the Adsorption Performance of Activated Alumina

Activated alumina is generally prepared by heating and dehydrating aluminum hydroxide. Aluminum hydroxide is also called hydrated alumina. Its chemical composition is Al2O3·nH2O. Usually, it can be d...

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Broken Analysis and Solutions of Ceramic Grinding Balls

Ceramic grinding balls are used as grinding media in pulverizing equipment and are often used in industrial production. However, in the production process, ceramic grinding balls are often broken. So ...

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