Carbon Molecular Sieve is used for Nitrogen Generation. Nitrogen Generation can be done by the PSA process. The Carbon Molecular Sieve plays very essential role in this. Mainly Adsorption as well as desorption is the physical phenomena there in to the process.
As shown in figure, the CMS Carbon Molecular Sieve has very huge porous structure. It will be adding more surface area to the adsorption process.
In the Air almost near about 78% Nitrogen (N2) and about 20% Oxygen (O2) is there. Now If we magnifying the CMS to view the solid surface of CMS, in that spongy structure is there. CMS has special affinity towards the Oxygen Molecules. Thus Oxygen molecules is been adsorbed by the Carbon Molecular Sieve and Nitrogen can not be adsorbed. If we pass the compressed air through the bed of CMS, Oxygen will be adsorbed in the spongy structure, and Nitrogen will be passed through the bed. This can be achieved by applying air with pressure. Gradually the bed of CMs will be saturated and reached to its equilibrium state. In this point, if pressure drops to atmospheric level with the purging of pure Nitrogen gas, the bed of CMS will be coming to active mode by desorption of Oxygen. The adsorption and desorption gives continue flow of Nitrogen.
- Grain diameter : 1.5mm
- Bulk Density : 640-660g/l
- Crushing Strength : ≥ N/P Min
- Dust Level : 100PPM Max