Impregnated Activated Carbon
GC IPH is a bituminous coal based activated carbon that is specially impregnated for the desulphurisation of gases and the removal of all acidic contaminants such as hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S), hydrogen chloride, and mercaptans. It is available in a variety of mesh sizes as well as in a coconut shell base.
This form of Hydrogen Sulphide Treatment is also known as H2S Scrubbing using a Gas Scrubber or Scavenger.
|Mean Particle Diameter mm:||4.7|
|CCI4 Activity, %:||60(min)|
|Iodine No., mg/g:||1000(min)|
|Surface Area, m2/g:||1000(min)|
|Bulk Density, g/cc:||0.55|
|Maximum Head Loss @ 50 fpm
superficial velocity through a dense
packed bed, in wc/ft. bed depth
|Hydrogen Sulfide breakthrough capacity, g H2S/cc carbon||.14 (min)|