carbon molecular sieve

carbon molecular sieve

[¦kär·bən mə¦lek·yə·lər ′siv]
(chemistry)
A molecular sieve that utilizes a special type of activated carbon for the adsorbent.
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In another hydrogen separation application, supported carbon molecular sieve membrane was studied to determine the selectivity and permeation properties for low molecular weight gases, presenting a competitive alternative in gas separation [23].
Nitrogen Generator: Continually produces nitrogen from compressed air using a carbon molecular sieve, generating up to 1000 lit/min
Pressure swing adsorption (PSA) systems are vessels filled with a carbon molecular sieve that is pressurized with air.
The air then passes through two columns filled with proprietary carbon molecular sieve, which adsorb oxygen and carbon dioxide, moisture and hydrocarbons.
The air, which comprises about 78% nitrogen, is passed through a pre-filter and a carbon molecular sieve where oxygen and other components are adsorbed.
Consists of two filter beds of carbon molecular sieve.
There is an interest in developing low-cost carbon molecular sieve for gas separations such as [N.
An integral carbon molecular sieve and residual moisture trap adsorb the remaining oxygen, leaving the dry nitrogen ready for immediate use.
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Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Carbon Molecular Sieves For Psa Nitrogen Plant Of Gail Gandhar