Air Filtration Applications of Activated Carbon

By Delta Adsorbents on 7/15/2018

Activated Carbon for Air FiltrationActivated Carbon is most commonly associated with it’s ability to filter contaminants out of water.  However, activated carbon can also remove unwanted chemicals from the air.  

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What is Activated Alumina?

By Delta Adsorbents on 5/7/2017

Activated Alumina adsorption mediaWhat 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.

 

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Is Activated Alumina the Best Air Drying Desiccant?

By Delta Adsorbents on 5/6/2017

Activated Alumina for Air FiltrationIf 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. 

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Activated Alumina Desiccant Balls for Removing Moisture

By Delta Adsorbents on 4/2/2017

Activated Alumina Desiccant ballsActivated 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. 

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What is Molecular Sieve?

By Delta Adsorbents on 11/14/2016

 

A molecular sieve is a material with tiny pores (holes). These pores all have a consistant size which is measured in angstroms. The diameters of the pores are what determines what size molecule they will adsorb.

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Some Facts about Food Storage

By Delta Adsorbents on 4/28/2016

Humidity indicator cards to signify moisture problemDiscover how oxygen absorbers can lengthen the shelf life of your food. Controlling exposure to air will make a big difference in keeping your food storage fresh and free of mildew and bacteria.  

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Beginners Guide to Controlling Moisture in Boats and RV’s

By Delta Adsorbents on 4/7/2016

Beginners Guide to Controlling Moisture in Boats and RV'sProtecting your assets is key to making them last; keeping your RV or boat free from mold and mildew buildup could be the difference from a weekend of fun to an unexpected weekend of work. Not following these simple steps to controlling moisture will only create unwelcome odor and having you spend money on a bigger problem down the road.

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Controlling Moisture Damage to Hearth and Home

By Delta Adsorbents on 3/16/2016

Air circulation for moisture control The key to controlling mold and mildew is by controlling moisture; assessing the air flow within your home or office can play a big part in preventing moisture damage in your future.

 

 

 

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What is the difference between white, blue and orange silica gel?

By Delta Adsorbents on 2/10/2016

What is the difference between white, blue and orange silica gel?Silica Gel Desiccant, White, Blue or Orange?

Which silica gel is the best desiccant for your humidity and moisture problems?

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Desiccants, How are they used? What do they do?

By Delta Adsorbents on 5/19/2014

Desiccants are hygroscopic property enhanced substances that are widely used as drying agents in commercial and residential areas. These drying agents are helpful in protecting the valuable machinery, furniture, and other construction areas from damages caused by over accumulation of moisture and dampness. Health issues and loss of property can be a major cause of worry during the climatic conditions with greater humidity during the rainy season. The presence of greater humidity in the air gives rise to the breeding of microbial organisms that can cause serious diseases in the body.

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