May 27, 2014


Molecular sieves are desiccants produced synthetically, having small holes to block large molecules. They are used to absorb gases or liquids. They are quicker in absorbing water than silica gel. The sieves may be micro porous, macro porous and meso porous. They provide protection against moisture and water. These desiccant molecular sieves are available in

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May 27, 2014


Molecular sieves are synthetically manufactured crystalline, porous structures. They absorb moisture and water from substances to dry the substances completely. The most common component used in these sieves is zeolites. They offer protection against moisture and water. Moisture is the foe of many coatings, sealants, adhesives and elastomers. It can come from pigments, fillers or

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May 27, 2014


Molecular sieves are synthetically manufactured crystalline, porous structures. They absorb moisture and water from substances to dry them completely. The most common component used in these sieves is zeolite. This desiccant offer protection against moisture and water. Natural gases consist of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen etc. They are produced in much hydrated components. The next step

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May 27, 2014


Molecular sieves are used in sealed insulating glass units to prevent fogging. Fogging on inner glass surfaces by condensation of water and solvent vapours is common inside sealed dual pane windows. Window fogging arises when the vapours trapped between the two panes of the insulating glass unit condense on the glass surface. This is due

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