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How To Dispose Of Sieve

In the United States, material can be disposed of in a licensed landfill. The material is normally analyzed to meet the regulations for proper chemical waste management. No special precautions need to be taken for the molecular sieve itself, as the zeolite and binder mixture is inert and can be
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Air Separation – Hengye Inc. Brochure

    Air Separation   Adsorbents are used in a range of air separation, purification, and compression applications. Air must go through separation processes to obtain valuable gases at a purity level that must be met whether its oxygen or nitrogen. Argon and other gases in air must be treated to achieve requirement
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Selecting the most Economical Vessel Head

Selecting the most Economical Vessel Head: The cost of any pressure vessel head is based on a combination of metal costs and manufacturing costs. Manufacturing cost is based on combination of shape, thickness, and method of forming. As the metal becomes more expensive, it becomes necessary to use thinner and
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Adsorption and Applications

Adsorption operations exploit bound solids ability to preferentially concentrate specific substances from solutions (gaseous or liquid) onto their surfaces. Thus, by contacting fluids with such solids, the required objective of purification or separation is also achieved. The extent of adsorption of a given scenario is reached once equilibrium is
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Did You Know? Wet Beads

Wet Beads: Why Two-Phase Flow is Bad Hengye Inc. strives to provide the most up to date material at competitive prices plus an important “value add”. Our onsite or remote service is designed to provide design support, optimization support as well as trouble shooting. We have extensive experience in processes
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Did You Know: Zeolite

Zeolite The material referred to as molecular sieve is called Zeolite. Today zeolite is made synthetically but was originally described by the Greeks. Zeolite is Greek for “Boiling stone”. When the Greeks “discovered” this mineral the observed when water contacted the stone the water the stone would heat up and
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