- Impregnated activated carbon specifically designed for the removal of chlorine and volatile organic compounds
- Compatible for use in all carbon-based air filtration systems
- Low pressure drop and high adsorptive capacity
SAAFCarb MC engineered gas removal chemical media is designed to efficiently remove chlorine and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from airstreams.
The SAAFCarb MC media is recommended for emergency removal of chlorine gas from an accidentally discharged storage container. SAAFCarb MC media consists of 3 mm-diameter, porous pellets formed from a non-toxic combination of powdered activated carbon, alumina and other binders. The pellets are uniformly impregnated to enhance the capacity for removal of chlorine to a 10% weight minimum.
The SAAFCarb MC media chemisorptive process removes chlorine gas by adsorption, absorption and chemical reaction. The pellets trap and oxidise the gases, changing them into harmless solids while eliminating desorption. SAAFCarb MC media's engineering allows the process to be instantaneous, irreversible and chemically safe.
The media performs at a range of -20˚C - 55˚C. For emergency applications, the scrubber and SAAFCarb MC media are designed to handle flow rates equal to and greater than 40 m3/h to over 170.000 m3/h.
SAAFCarb MC media is packaged in 25 kg bags and 500 kg big bags.
SAAFCarb MC media performs under the following application guidelines (actual capacities and efficiencies may vary):
- Temperature: -20˚C to 55˚C
- Humidity: 10% – 95% RH
- Suitable for use in commercial and industrial systems with equipment face velocities from 50 to 500 FPM (0,25 - 2,5 m/s)
The installers must use dust masks, safety goggles and rubber gloves.
The spent SAAFCarb MC media must be disposed of according to local and national guidelines.
Wet activated carbon adsorbs atmospheric oxygen, causing low oxygen supply in enclosed areas or packed containers. This can be potentially hazardous for workers who enter these oxygen-depleted areas. Make sure that the workers adhere to the local and national safety guidelines
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