acid rain Equipment in Vatican City

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Purolite - Model CT122/9048 - Gel Strong Acid Cation Catalyst

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Purolite CT122/9048 is a gel-type strong acid catalyst, which has been developed from poly (vinylbenzenesulfonate) cation exchangers. It is supplied completely water-swollen ready for use in aqueous systems or after drying (removal of water), in non aqueous systems. Purolite CT122/9048 has been specially desi

NOx Abatement Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

NOX (and SOX) emissions are components of acid rain - when mixed with water vapor in the clouds they form nitric (and sulfuric) acid. NOX participates in smog (photochemical ozone) formation by reacting with VOCs in the presence of sunlight - smog is a respiratory and eye irritant. NOX is primarily composed of NO and NO2, and most thermal NOX is ...

Limestone - Remineralisation Filters Limestone Contactors

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Limestone contactors are used to neutralise the pH and to add calcium and bicarbonates to acidic waters such as groundwater, rain water or Reverse Osmosis permeate. If water does not contain any agressive CO2, CO2 gas must be injected prior to filter inlet. Please send us your water analysis for a complete design.

Q-SUN - Model Xe-3 - Xenon Test Chamber

by Q-Lab Corporation     based in Westlake, OHIO (USA)

The Q-SUN Xe-3 xenon arc chamber is a full-featured lightfastness, colorfastness, and photostability chamber. It reproduces the damage caused by full-spectrum sunlight and rain. The Q-SUN Xe-3 tester’s xenon arc lamps provide the best match to the full spectrum of sunlight. Near-horizontal specimen mounting and optional water and back spray ...

HORIBA - Compact Sulfur Analyzer

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

HORIBA, Ltd. has released a new portable sulfur analyzer, the SLFA-60. Sulfur analyzers are used to measure sulfur compounds present in heavy oil, gasoline, diesel oil etc. as impurities that convert to toxic gases. Shale oil, a promising alternative to crude oil, can contain high concentrations of impurities, including sulfur. Sulfur analyzers ...

SCR DeNOx Systems

by HAMON     based in Mont St Guibert, BELGIUM

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) is the most effective method of controlling nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx) from combustion sources. It is a commercially proven flue gas treatment technology that has been demonstrated to remove over 90 percent of the NOx contained in combustion system exhaust gas. Nitrogen oxides contribute to acid rain and ...

Gas Converter BÜNOx

by Bühler Technologies GmbH     based in Ratingen, GERMANY

Due to rising global industrialization, the monitoring of exhaust gas is increasingly important. The monitoring of nitrogen oxides (NOx) is particularly important due to its role in the formation of ground-level ozone and acid rain. The BUNOx gas converter allows easy and cost effective detection of NOx components in the flue gas (NO and NO2).

Model E-903 - pH Combination Electrode

by Shanghai Ruosull Technology Co Ltd     based in Shanghai, CHINA

with Glass Body High/low ionic concentration solution measurement, such as rain, acid rain, waster water, seawater, drinking water and distilled water. pH Range 0-14, Temp. Range(C) 5-90, Liquid Junction Type Te on, Reference Junction Double Junction/Sealed, Internal Reference Type Ag/AgCl, Dimensions(mm) Φ12x160.

Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Epcon has designed SCR systems based on cutting edge technologies as an industry leader in research & development with our own original designs.

Ultra Sensitive Ammonia Analyzer (NH3)

by Sensor Sense B.V.     based in Nijmegen, NETHERLANDS

Everyone is regularly exposed to various levels of ammonia in air, soil, water, and food. Most of ammonia released to the environment comes from the degradation of animal waste and industrial processes (e.g. in chemical plants).It is one of the contributors to soil acidification and 'acid rain', playing an important role in the long range ...

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