Chemxin Adsorbent And Desiccant Used in Gas Mask
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Chemxin Adsorbent And Desiccant Used in Gas Mask

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GUANGZHOU CHEMXIN ENVIRONMENTAL MATERIAL CO., LTD. specializes in production of Molecular Sieve, Activated Alumina, Silica Gel for adsorbent and desiccant over 21 years, with 50,000m2 workshop and warehouse to guarantee first grade quality, excellent packing and prompt delivery time.

There are 3 layers inside the filter tank of the gas mask, which are the desiccant layer, the catalyst layer (Hogalat agent layer), and the smoke filter film.

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The special molecular sieve for filtering fire mask is added to the adsorption tank of the fire mask to filter and absorb air impurities. It can absorb water, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, and other toxic gases produced after combustion.

Molecular sieves have particularly strong adsorption of water and can deeply dry the moisture in the air to prevent the catalyst from being exposed to water vapor and affecting its performance. The adsorption performance of molecular sieve will not be affected by long-term storage, making it a very suitable and stable adsorption material.

Because the catalyst is easy to absorb moisture in the air, the desiccant layer - Chemxin Molecular Sieve is usually added in front of the catalyst layer in the filter tank. When used, the desiccant layer - Chemxin Molecular Sieve first adsorb the water entering the filter tank, so that the catalyst layer can play a maximum role and prevent catalyst failure.

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