Air Separation

An air separation process fractionate atmospheric air into its primary components, typically nitrogen, oxygen, sometimes argon and other rare inert gases. One of the most common methods for air separation is Pressure swing adsorption (PSA) that use adsorbents material such as alumina and molecular sieves to separate some gas species from a mixture of gases. GAHARCERAM offer a full portfolio of high-capacity molecular sieve and activated alumina adsorbents for this purpose

 

Adsorbents for Air Separation

GSorb-100

GSorb-100 is activated alumina of gamma and chi structure with the trace of other alumina phases

Geox138

Geox-138 is a sodium type molecular sieve zeolite adsorbent that has a much larger pore opening than type A. It has the highest theoretical capacity of the common adsorbents and good mass transfer rate. Geox-138 will adsorb molecules with kinetic diameters of less than 10 angstroms and exclude those larger

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