Copper Catalyst For Nitrogen Plant

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Product Description:

We are extremely engaged in providing Copper Catalyst for Nitrogen De-oxo. These products are recognized in the market for their top features.

Copper catalyst for PSA Nitrogen Generator Copper De-Oxo:

  • Genuine de-oxo copper catalyst for your nitrogen generator
  • Guaranteed performance
  • Ready stock
  • Immediate delivery
  • Irrespective of which make Nitrogen generator you have, we can supply you the correct copper catalyst

What is Copper Catalyst?

For production of high purity gases such as Nitrogen, requires use of high activity catalysts for the removal of impurities. Oxygen is a major impurity in inert or reactive gases and therefore reducing its concentration is a subject of continual interest. Chemisorption with subsequent catalytic reaction always offers an economical and effective way to purify gases. Copper catalysts are frequently used in the above described applications. The goal of using copper catalyst is the removal of oxygen from nitrogen, thereby delivering high quality inert gas with ppm levels of Oxygen remaining.

What levels of Oxygen will remain after the catalytic reaction?

Copper catalyst removes oxygen from gases containing a maximum of 1.0 to 1.5 vol.% O2. In this case, it is possible to achieve a purity of 1-5 ppm. For the adsorption of oxygen, room temperature is sufficient. The total amount of oxygen that is absorbed by the catalyst, however, largely depends on the temperature.

Is the catalyst supplied - ready-to-use?

Catalyst is always supplied in an unreduced state.

How is the catalyst prepared for use?

The catalyst can be activated in either a tubular reactor with heat exchange or in an adiabatic-type reactor. The reduction starts in either reactor by heating the catalyst in a stream of nitrogen to a temperature of 140 to 160°C. Subsequently, hydrogen is added to the nitrogen at such a rate that a temperature of 250°C is not exceeded. The reduction should be completed at a temperature of min. 230°C with undiluted hydrogen.

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity 50 Kilogram
Condition New
Grade Standard Technical Grade
Physical State Solid
Usage Industrial
Grade Standard Technical Grade
Physical State Granules, Crystals
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