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1 kg Molecular Sieves 13X Beads,  MSE Supplies LLC

1 kg Molecular Sieves 13X Beads

  • $ 10500

Qty (kg) Price ($/kg)
1 - 4 $ 115.00
5 - 9 $ 80.50
10 - 24 $ 74.75
25 - 25+ $ 63.25

Product details:

Molecular Sieve 13X is the sodium form of the type X crystal and has a much larger pore opening than the type A crystals.  It will adsorb molecules with a kinetic diameter of less than 9 Angstrom (0.9 nm) and exclude those larger. It also has the highest theoretical capacity of the common adsorbents and very good mass transfer rates. It can remove impurities that are too large to fit into a type A crystal and is commonly used to separate nitrogen from oxygen.

Typical Chemical Formula: Na2O Al2O3 2.45 SiO2 6.0 H2O

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Molecular Sieve Product Options and Choices: 4 to 8-mesh molecular sieves are normally used in gas phase applications, while the 8 to 12-mesh type is common in liquid phase applications. The pellet forms of the 3A, 4A, 5A and 13X sieves are suitable for specialized applications.

CAS number: 63231-69-6

Pore Size: 9 Angstroms (0.9 nm)

Technical Parameters

Shape

Sphere

SKU#

MS0115

MS0116

Diameter (mm)

1.7~2.5 (8~12 mesh)

3.0-5.0 (4~8 mesh)

Granularity (%)

≥96

≥96

Bulk density (g/ml)

≥0.60

≥0.60

Abrasion (%)

≤0.20

≤0.20

Crushing strength (N)

≥30/piece

≥60/piece

Static water adsorption (%)

≥25

≥25

Static CO2 adsorption (NL/g)

≥17.5

≥17.5

Moisture (%)

≤1.5

≤1.5

Note: Drying or regeneration is recommended before first use to remove the absorbed moisture and organic molecular.  Heat the molecular sieves to 200-315 °C purging with a carrier gas.

Typical Applications

1) Removal of CO2 and moisture from air (air pre-purification) and other gases

2) Separation of enriched  oxygen from air

3) Removal of mercaptans and hydrogen sulfide from natural gas.   

4) Removal of mercaptans and hydrogen sulfide from hydrocarbon liquid streams (LPG, butane, propane  etc.) 

5) Catalyst protection, removal of oxygenates from hydrocarbons (olefin streams)

6) Removal of n-chained compositions from aromatics.

7) Production of bulk oxygen in PSA units.

8) Production of medical oxygen in small scale oxygen concentrators