Sulphasorb - Model FE - Iron Chemistry H2S Scavenger
From Gas Adsorbent Media
Pure Air Filtration’s Sulphasorb FE adsorbs 25% of its weight in hydrogen sulfide (H2S), for more than its activated carbon competitors. Made from a high iron content compound, Sulphasorb Fe is an all-around better choice than activated carbon for use in odor control scrubbers where H2S levels exceed 50 ppm.
Sulphasorb Fe breaks new ground in the removal of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and other odorous gases. The ability to removed 25% of its weight in H2S places it high above activated carbon, but this ultra-high capacity is only the beginning.
Made from a high iron content compound, Sulphasorb Fe is an all-around better choice than activated carbon for use in odor control scrubbers where H2S levels exceed 50 ppm because of several advantages:
- very effective at capturing even high levels of H2S
- unlike carbon, it works especially well in humid air
- can be stored indefinitely without loss of capacity/effectiveness
- adsorbs light mercaptans (methyl and ethyl) as well as H2S
- environmentally safe & easily disposable in both reacted and unreacted forms
- can be easily removed after use - it does not compact or bind
- works as a superior upgrade in performance and convenience to the iron sponge
Sulphasorb Fe is typically used as a roughing filter in conjunction with other PureAir adsorbents in order to provide an effective, low cost solution for complete odor removal.
- H2S Removal Capacity : minimum of 25%, by weight
- Appearance: black, granular
- Odor: odorless
- Density: 62 lbs/ft3, 1.0 g/cc
- Granular size: 4 to 16 mesh
Sulphasorb Fe can be used in conjunction with PureAir’s real time media bed monitor to determine the remaining life of the adsorbent. This low cost monitoring system allows Pure Air customers to determine in real time the remaining life PureAir odor adsorbing media. This ends the guesswork out of maintaining odor control systems and eliminates the possibility of a unplanned odor break-through of the adsorbent.