Adsorption Material 

Carbon Molecular Sieves for gas separation - CMS® 260
CMS® 260 Diameter 1,3 mm / Diameter 1,5 mm / Diameter 1,8 mm Specifications Unit Description Shape zylindrisch Color schwarz Particle size mm 1,3 ±0,2 / 1,5 ±0,2 / 1.8 ±0,2 Loss on drying wt.-% 1.0 max. Bulk Density g/ml 0.64 - 0.66 Hardness wt.-% 98.0 min Carbon molecular sieves (CMS) are a type of adsorbent material that is used for gas separation/ Nitrogen Extraction . They are particularly effective for separating nitrogen from other gases, such as oxygen and carbon dioxide. CMS works by selectively adsorbing certain gases while allowing others to pass through, making it useful for applications such as nitrogen extraction. In the process of nitrogen extraction, CMS can be used to separate nitrogen from air or other gas mixtures, producing a high-purity nitrogen stream. This is often used in industrial applications such as food packaging, electronics manufacturing, and chemical processing. The use of CMS for gas separation and nitrogen extraction offers several advantages, including high selectivity, low energy consumption, and the ability to produce high-purity gases. This makes it a popular choice for various industrial and commercial applications where gas separation and purification are required.Standard packaging:137 kg, net weight plastic drum 40 kg, net weight plastic drum (1.3mm) 20 kg, net weight plastic drumm Downloads DATASHEET cms®260 , PDF( Size: 800 KB )

Net €16.00 €22.61*
Molecular Sieves for elimination of trace contaminants - ZEO® 13X 
ZEO® 13X  Items Value 1.2 - 2 mm Beads Size Range nominal, mm approx. mesh size 1.2 – 2.0 10 x 16 Bulk Density compacted, g/l 655 - 700 Attrition (% wt.) wt.-% max. 0.2 Crush Strength N/bead min. 10 Moisture Content as delivered, wt.-% max. 1.0 Water Adsorption Capacity* 55 % rel. hum., 20 °C, wt.-% min. 26.5 CO2 Adsorption Capacity* at 2.4 mbar CO2 pressure at 25 °C cm3 (STP) / g min. 24.0  Regeneration:Regeneration of molecular sieve 13X may be carried out by increasing the temperature and/or reducing the pressure or using a suitable purge gas, resp. The regeneration mode to be used, however, always depends on the particular conditions of the application case. Especially the possibly limited stability of a certain molecular sieve against thermal and hydrothermal exposure needs be taken into consideration. In the case of doubt please contact our technical service staff. Standard packaging:650kg, net weight Big Bag with inliner 135kg, net weight steel drum Downloads DATASHEET ZEO®13 , PDF( Size: 800 KB ) Technical DATASHEET Zeolite , PDF( Size: 110 KB ) Technical DATASHEET Zeolite , PDF( Size: 50 KB )

Net €8.30 €9.88*
Carbon Molecular Sieves for gas separation - CMS® 360
CMS® 360 Diameter 1,3 mm / Diameter 1,8 mm  Specifications Unit Description Shape cylindrical Color Black Particle size mm 1,3 ±0,2 / 1,5 ±0,2 / 1.8 ±0,2 Loss on drying wt.-% 1.0 max. Bulk Density g/ml 0.64 - 0.66 Hardness wt.-% 98.0 min Carbon molecular sieves (CMS) are a type of adsorbent material that is used for gas separation/ Nitrogen Extraction . They are particularly effective for separating nitrogen from other gases, such as oxygen and carbon dioxide. CMS works by selectively adsorbing certain gases while allowing others to pass through, making it useful for applications such as nitrogen extraction. In the process of nitrogen extraction, CMS can be used to separate nitrogen from air or other gas mixtures, producing a high-purity nitrogen stream. This is often used in industrial applications such as food packaging, electronics manufacturing, and chemical processing. The use of CMS for gas separation and nitrogen extraction offers several advantages, including high selectivity, low energy consumption, and the ability to produce high-purity gases. This makes it a popular choice for various industrial and commercial applications where gas separation and purification are required.Standard packaging:137 kg, net weight plastic drum20 kg, net weight plastic drumm Downloads DATASHEET cms®360 , PDF( Size: 800 KB )

Net €19.60 €23.32*
Carbon Molecular Sieves for Nitrogen Extraction - CMS 330
CMS 330 Diameter 1.0 mm Resource base: high microporous carbon Particular qualities: very high separation rates and reliability low dust, homogeneous in grain size Application:extraction of nitrogen from the air depletion of carbon dioxide from methane production of ethylene from mixed gases for high productivity Nitrogen PSA Specifications Unit Description Shape cylindrical Color black Particle size mm 1,0 ±0,2 Loss on drying wt.-% 1.0 max. Bulk Density g/ml 0.64 - 0.66 Hardness wt.-% 98.0 min PSA performance 99.5% Nitrogen 20°C, 0,8 mpa Cycle time/sec* Sec 40 Recovery, Nitrogen/Air* % 49 Productivity, /Nitrogen* 330 * Testing Method BERG - internal method The typical product properties are based on average values from current production. The specification data represent our standard product specifications. What is the difference between Carbon Molecular Sieves CMS 260 with CMS 330?The main difference between Carbon Molecular Sieves CMS 260 and CMS 330 lies in their pore size and adsorption properties. CMS 260 typically has a smaller pore size compared to CMS 330, which means it is more selective for smaller molecules such as nitrogen. This makes CMS 260 well-suited for applications where low-purity nitrogen is required, as it can effectively separate nitrogen from other gases, such as oxygen and carbon dioxide. On the other hand, CMS 330 has a larger pore size, which allows it to adsorb a wider range of molecules. This makes it suitable for applications where a broader range of gases needs to be separated in high purified. In summary, the key difference between CMS 260 and CMS 330 lies in their pore size and selectivity, with CMS 260 being more selective for smaller molecules like nitrogen, while CMS 330 has a broader adsorption capacity. The choice between the two types of CMS depends on the specific gas separation requirements of the application.Standard packaging:137 kg, net weight plastic drum20 kg, net weight plastic drumm Downloads DATASHEET cms®330 , PDF( Size: 800 KB )

Net €15.70 €18.68*
activated carbon nominal diameter 4 mm - active® gc
active® gc Specifications Unit Value Test method pellet diameter > 3,9 mm wt.-% >96 NEC HM 01 Bulk density, compacted kg/m³ 520 ±20 DIN EN ISO 787 part 11 BET - surface m2/g > 900 DIN 66 131 hardness (abrasion hardness) wt.-% > 98 NEC HM 03 moisture – at packing wt.-% 7 DIN 51718 Standard packaging:ca. 500kg Big-Bag on Pallet Downloads DATASHEET active®gc , PDF( Size: 800 KB )

Net €13.50 €16.06*