activated clay

activated clay

[′ak·tə‚vād·əd klā]
(materials)
Bentonite, or other clay, treated with acid to enhance its ability to absorb or bleach.
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Then the monomer and the activated clay solutions were combined and allowed to stir for the desired reaction times.
The method entails inserting articles into a cleaning basket of a dry cleaning machine; immersing the articles in a cleaning fluid comprising a siloxane solvent composition; agitating them in a siloxane solvent composition; filtering the siloxane solvent composition through at least one regenerative filter having a pre-coating comprising an activated clay and removing the siloxane composition from the articles.
We propose in this paper a method for preparation of activated clay based on chemical activation.
Some common desiccants are activated clay, activated carbon, activated alumina and silica gel.
Accumulative mulling helps maintain higher levels of activated clay and higher strengths.
Activated clay (CAS 68333-91-5) Market Research Report 2012 presents comprehensive data on activated clay markets globally and regionally (Europe, Asia, North America etc.
When there is a high core sand input, the clay level should be maintained slightly on the high side to enable already activated clay to coat the incoming sand, reducing the need for large bond and water additions.
sold its acid- activated clay business last spring, and has retained the physical plant assets despite closing the Aberdeen facility in July.
Rockwood has acquired the technology of Sud-Chemie's Tixogel(R) organoclays, Optiflo(R) associative thickeners and Optigel(R) activated clays, as well as production facilities in Moosburg, Bavaria, Germany and Louisville, Kentucky.
With annual sales of approximately $50 million, these business units include the technology to Tixogel[R] organoclays, Optiflo[R] associative thickeners, Optigel activated clays, and the Copsil[R] clay product line, which are used in the coatings, ink, and personal care industries to improve the flow properties of finished products.
Rockwood will acquire the technology to Sud-Chemie's Tixogel(R) organoclays, Optiflo(R) associative thickeners, and Optigel(R) activated clays, and production facilities in Moosburg, Bavaria, Germany and Louisville, Kentucky.
Utilisation of non-thermally activated clays in the production of geopolymers