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Why SILICA GEL is better for drying applications than other “ADSORBENTS”?

Silica gel is spherical and granular foam containing 97-100% silicon dioxide. It is available in two types self-indicating, a radiant bead – blue & orange color after saturated change to light pink and dark green. Another silica gel type is non-indicating white, when saturated it converts transparent white.

Silica gel is interconnecting with alumina and silicate, the selection of silica gel type is not important except to perform in environments, it prefers organic silica, because it is organic and environmentally free with high adsorption capacity than white.

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Stationery Phase Chromatography using Silica Gel Adsorbents

In all chromatography methods, Stationery phase is solid adsorbents using silica gel and alumina for compound separation and purification from individual chemical.

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Thin Layer Chromatography Media | Silica Gel GF254, HF254, GF60 :

Gets excellent solution using high purity grade thin layer chromatography media including labeled like silica gel gf254, silica gel gf60, silica gel hf254, silica gel 60hf.

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Activated Alumina

Sorbead India is India’s one Supplier and Manufacturer of Activated Alumina and Ceramic Balls for Air and Gas drying, separation and purification in industrial applications.

ACTIVATED ALUMINA BALLS use to purify gases & liquids and drying air & gases as steam cracked gases, catalytic reforming recycle gas, synthesis gas, natural gas, carbon dioxide. Buy ceramic balls or alumina balls for Van-Air, Instrument air, Compressed air drying, Get highest quality material of Air Drying Desiccant with standard price.

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Applications:

 Drying of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, CO2, etc. 
 Purification of gases and liquids .
 Catalyst for Claus conversion in sub dew point processes.
 Air drying (PSA, TSA). 
 Instrument air, supersonic wind tunnel, compressed air.
 Gas drying Air separation plants, inert and rare gases, Hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, CO2.
 Natural gas in production and compression plants, LPG, LNG.
 Aromatics, naphtha cuts and cracked gas.

Flash Chromatography using Silica Gel 200-400 and 230-400 Mesh

Sorbead introduced a standard chromatography method of flash chromatography using silica gel 200-400 and 230 400 mesh size for chemical compound separation.

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Silica Gel 100-200 mesh, 74-149 microns for Column Chromatography:

Adsorbents silica gel grade 100-200 mesh size, 74-149 µm use in column chromatography separation of chemical compounds, get silica gel powder 200-400, 230-400 mesh.

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Flash chromatography | Solvent in Mobile Phase Chromatography: In the mobile phase, solvent moves though the silica gel and alumina adsorbents and in flash chromatography the solvent is push down by progressive air pressure.

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Molecular Sieve 13X

13X MOLECULAR SIEVE can absorb moisture & mainly used as catalyze carrier, co-adsorption of CO2 and H2O, H2O and H2S, as desiccant for medical and air compressor systems. Molecular Sieve or Zeolite 13X use for Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Gas Separation, Purification and adsorption process. Also, Check: activated alumina for air dryers.

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Application:

  • Zeolite 13X  is used commercially for Gas drying, Air plant feed purification
  • Liquid Hydrocarbon and Natural Gas Sweetening process                                                                                                                                                                      read more…