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The oxygen present in inert gas can be removed to a residual content of < 1 ppm by a copper catalyst (C&CS #592). Before usethe catalyst has to be reduced in situ by a hydrogen-inert gas mixturen (typically with 2–5 vol.-% hydrogen).

 

C&CS 592

CuO [wt.-%]

60

Support

Rest

Shape

Tablets

Size [mm]

6 x 4

Traces of water are removed by our molecular sieve 13X (C&CS #597). Thus values in areas of under 1 vol.-ppm can be reached.

 

C&CS 597

Density [kg/m3]

650

Compressive strength [N]

25–70

Equilibrium capacity (H2O) [wt.-%]

25

Shape

Spheres

Size [mm]

1,5–2,5, 2–3 or 2,5–5


Traces of oxygen in inert gas can be removed down to content of < 1 ppm by use of a copper catalyst (C&CS #592).  Before use, this catalyst is to be reduced in situ by a hydrogen-inert gas mixture (typically with 2 – 5 vol% hydrogen).

Traces of water are removed down to a value of < 1 ppmv by means of the molecular sieve 13X (C&CS #597).

 


For drying of gases or liquids, respectively, C&CS offers different molecular sieves of the type 3A, 4A and 13X (C&CS #678, #595 and #597, respectively), activated Alumina (C&CS #470) and Silica gel with indicator (C&CS #919) and without indicator (C&CS #782). On special request C&CS delivers also further drying agents e.g. Calcium chloride.