Chemisorbant media is engineered to provide an enhanced oxidation potential, generating 99.5% initial removal efficiency in Purafil systems. It demonstrates a higher working capacity for broad-spectrum contaminant control in applications where the source is undefined: outdoor air scrubbing, general odor control, and off-gassing byproducts from processes or surroundings.
Chlorosorb Ultra is especially formulated for use in Purafil’s emergency gas scrubbers to provide protection from a catastrophic release of chlorine gas from on-site storage. The removal capacity for chlorine gas is 15% minimum by weight and can remove chlorine gas from storage cylinders ranging from 150 pounds to one ton and higher.
50:50 volume blend of Chemisorbant and Purakol. Chemisorbant media is impregnated with potassium permanganate to provide optimum adsorption, absorption and oxidation of a wide variety of gaseous contaminants. The Purakol® Media shall be an activated carbon for the control of hydrocarbons with a high surface area available for adsorption.
Proven to offer a high removal capacity for chlorine and sulfur dioxide gas, and is also recommended for prevention of toxic gas releases.
Highly effective at removing 0.30 grams (g) of odorous hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) per cubic centimeter (cc) of media. This is the primary media for odor control systems in wastewater treatment applications.
Odorkol™ ensures the complete removal of hydrocarbons, allowing the remaining media stages to be fully available for reaction with hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide and other sewerage gases.
Designed for neutralization of chlorine, hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide, this media is manufactured specifically for the corrosive environments and consists of generally spherical, porous pellets. Composed of carbon, alumina and other binders.
Puracarb AM targets base gases such as amines, ammonia, and like compounds. It has a higher bulk density and larger removal capacity than standard ammonia control media. It provides 99.5% initial removal efficiency in Purafil equipment systems.
50:50 volume blend of SP and Purakol. Demonstrates a higher working capacity for broad-spectrum oxidation of contaminants in actual field conditions where multiple gas challenges are present.