By Delta Adsorbents on 5/7/2017
What do little spheres of aluminum trihydrate have in common with rubies and sapphires? They are all aluminas. Sapphires and rubies are nearly pure crystalline alumina with trace impurities that add color. Activated alumina, such as BASF F200, is a very dry and porous type of aluminum oxide. It is incredibly strong with a high resistance to abrasion and can hold a great deal of liquid without changing form.
By Delta Adsorbents on 5/6/2017
If you have even a small amount of experience with air drying and desiccants, you have probably heard about Activated Alumina because of its benefits and fantastic features for the job at hand. For example, a large surface area and many pores allow the adsorbent to take in and hold more moisture than most other options. Furthermore, it manages to hold said moisture without changing dramatically with chemicals or even its physical appearance.
By Delta Adsorbents on 4/2/2017
Activated Alumina Desiccant is widely used for a variety of different liquid, air and gas drying procedures. Due to its strength, lack of change when in contact with substances, large surface area, and many other factors. It is shock-resistant and there is also no physical reaction which would normally lead to swelling or disintegration.
By Delta Adsorbents on 9/26/2016
The Gas Phase Filtration technology is used to filter the out contaminants from the air to protect expensive and essential goods such as electronic cabinets, computer devices, motor controls, switch gears and much more. The Gas Phase Filters are filled with media that extracts the harmful chemicals in the air to maintain freshness by oxidizing acid gases or airborne contaminants through adsorption.
By Delta Adsorbents on 6/28/2016
A lot goes into the process of treating water to make it consumable for human use.
Our water systems: lakes, rivers, streams, and ground water are contaminated with micro pollutants, bacteria, viruses, and various harmful chemicals from runoff generated by human actions. The water treatment process brings water back to a pristine state for consumption.
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