Impregnated Activated Carbon for Ammonia Removal
GC IPA is a granular activated carbon derived from bituminous coal and specially impregnated for the removal of ammonia from vapor streams. It is also available in other mesh sizes as well as in a coconut shell base or pelletized form.
|Mesh Size (US Sieve):||4×8|
|Less than No. 4, %:||5 (min)|
|Greater than No. 8, %:||5 (max)|
|CCl4 Activity, %:||60 (min)|
|Iodine Number, mg/g:||900 (min)|
|Surface Area, m2/g:||900 (min)|
|Hardness, %:||95 (min)|
|Typical Bulk Density, lbs/ft3:||51|
|g/cc:||0.72 – 0.75|
|Moisture, %:||12 (max)|
|Head loss @ 50 fpm face
velocity through a dense
packed bed, inches
w.c./ft. bed depth:
* 95% adsorption efficiency under ideal operating conditions. Performance under actual operating conditions may vary.
Wet activated carbon removes oxygen from air causing a severe hazard to workers inside carbon vessels. Confined space/low oxygen procedures should be put in place before any entry is made. Such procedures should comply with all applicable Local, State, and Federal guidelines.