Usage: + Industry of food and agro-product processing + Industry of food processing + Manufacture of military anti-toxic masks + Exploitation of mineral, gold refinery, steel refinery + Manufacturing industry of chemicals, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals + Purification of drinking water, tap water, industrial waste water and civilian water.
We offer powdered activated carbon (PAC) with particles smaller than 80 mesh size. Though ultimately we collaborate with you to select the appropriate activated carbon based on treatment goals, systems and variability of compounds to be removed, the adsorption qualities of PAC make it an ideal option
We offer granular activated carbon (GAC) with at least 90% of the particles greater than 80 mesh size Though ultimately we collaborate with you to select the appropriate activated carbon based on treatment goals, systems and variability of material to be removed, the adsorption qualities of GAC make it an ideal option
Coconut Shell based Activated Carbon is a byproduct of Coconut and is derived by burning Coconut shells under regulated conditions. Product Description Coconut Shell based Activated Carbon is a byproduct of Coconut and is derived by burning Coconut shells under regulated conditions. Activated Carbon is a solid material consisting mainly of pure carbon and is the most powerful adsorbent. Its characteristic feature is the porous structure, and the resultant vast surface area, which may be as large as 1500 m2/gm. Uses Coconut Shell based Activated Carbon is used in water purification plants and this by product of Coconut does not have any toxic properties, and hence is ideal for this application. Specification Product Specification pH Value :6.5 - 7.5 Methylene Value adsorption mgm / gm :190 - 350 Adsorption capacity at % by mass (min):45 Moisture (max.): 5% Ash (max):5% Hardness:90 Benefits & Uses As per Client’s Requirements
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Activated Carbon: Product Origin : Delhi, India Key Specifications & Special Features : "We have carved a niche in the industry by engaging ourselves in manufacturing, supplying and exporting superior quality Activated Carbon Powder. In order to satisfy the needs of clients, this powder is processed using premium quality ingredients and other compounds. We stringently check this powder on various criteria like accurate composition and purity. This powder is suitable for drug, pharmaceutical and dyes industries. To ensure secure shipment, this Activated Carbon Powder is packed in tamper proof packaging. Striking characteristics: Soluble in water & acid High degree of porosity Non contaminated"
Activated Carbon Powder: Product Origin : Delhi, India Key Specifications & Special Features : Washed Activated Carbon Powder contains less Iron, Ash, Acid & Water Soluble Matter. It passes through I.P., B.P., & U.S.P. parameters. So, it is quite suitable for Bulk Drug Industries etc.
Activated Carbon: Product Origin : Delhi, India Key Specifications & Special Features : Unwashed Activated Carbon Powder contains high Iron, Ash, Acid & Water Soluble Matter compared to Washed Activated Carbon Powder. So, it is quite suitable for Dyes & Intermediates Industries, Fine Chemicals etc.
Bitumen (Penetration / Emulsion / Cutback): Product Description: Types of Bitumen based on their applications: Based on their applications, bitumens can be divided into two groups: 1. road construction or thin bitumen 2. building bitumen (roof insulator) or hard bitumen Price of product ( USD price or FOB price) : About 90% of the produced bitumen is used in road construction activities and 10% of it is used for insulation applications. Key Specifications/Special Features : Penetration Grade : ASTM D 946 - 40/50, 60/70, 80/100 BS EN 12591 - 35/50, 50/70, 70/100 Viscosity Grade : ASTM D3381-09 - AC10, AC20, AC30, AC40 IS 73:2013 - VG10, VG20, VG30, VG 40 Performance Grade : PG bitumen is bitumen which is graded based on its performance at different temperatures. Natural Bitumen or Gilsonite : Gilsonite in mass is a shiny, black substance, brittle and can be easily crushed into a dark brown powder. Bitumen Emulsion : Cationic Rapid Setting - CRS-1, CRS-2 Cationic Slow Setting - CSS-1, CSS-1h Cutback Bitumen : Slow Curing - SC-70, SC-250, SC-800, SC-3000 Medium Curing - MC-30, MC-70, MC-250, MC-800, MC-3000 Rapid Curing - RC-70, RC-250, RC-800, RC-3000
Fuel Oil: (CST180, CST280, CST380 / Bunker & Marine Fuels ) Types of Fuel Oil : Bunker & Marine Fuel Fuel Oil CST380 Fuel Oil CST280 Fuel Oil CST180 Furnance Oil Number 1: a volatile distillate oil intended for vaporizing pot-type burners. It is the kerosene refinery cut that boils off right after the heavy naphtha cut used for gasoline. Older names include coal oil, stove oil and range oil. Number 2: a distillate home heating oil. Trucks and some cars use similar diesel fuel with a cetane number limit describing the ignition quality of the fuel. Both are typically obtained from the light gas oil cut. Number 3: a distillate oil for burners requiring low-viscosity fuel. ASTM merged this grade into the number 2 specification and the term is rarely used. Number 4: a commercial heating oil for burner installations not equipped with preheaters. It may be obtained from the heavy gas oil cut. Number 5: a residual-type industrial heating oil requiring preheating to 170 – 220 °F (77 – 104 °C) for proper atomization at the burners. This fuel is sometimes known as Bunker B. It may be obtained from the heavy gas oil cut, or it may be a blend of residual oil with enough number 2 oil to adjust viscosity until it can be pumped without preheating. Also called Navy Special Fuel Oil, Navy Special or Furnace Fuel Oil. Number 6: a high-viscosity residual oil requiring preheating to 220 – 260 °F (104 – 127 °C). Residual means the material remaining after the more valuable cuts of crude oil have boiled off. The residue may contain various undesirable impurities including 2 percent water and one-half percent mineral soil. This fuel may be known as residual fuel oil (RFO), by the Navy specification of Bunker C, or by the Pacific Specification of PS-400. Also called Furnace Fuel Oil. Mazut: a residual fuel oil often derived from Russian petroleum sources and is either blended with lighter petroleum fractions or burned directly in specialized boilers and furnaces. It is also used as a petrochemical feedstock. Bunker Fuels : Bunker fuels are also a type of fuel oil, used aboard ships. Bunker fuel is often used as a synonym for No. 6 fuel oil which is the most common bunker fuel. Bunker A : No. 2 fuel oil Bunker B : No. 4 or 5 fuel oil Bunker C : No. 6 fuel oil Marine Fuels Other types of classification used in the maritime field also include : HFO : Heavy Fuel Oil IFO : Intermediate Fuel Oil MDO : Marine Diesel Oil MFO : Marine Fuel Oil MGO : Marine Gas Oil
Base Oil & Lubricants) Group I - SN 150 / SN 500: Group I base oils are classified as less than 90 percent saturates, greater than 0.03 percent sulfur and with a viscosity-index range of 80 to 120. The temperature range for these oils is from 32 to 150 degrees F. Group I base oils are solvent-refined, which is a simpler refining process. This is why they are the cheapest base oils on the market. Group II base oils are defined as being more than 90 percent saturates, less than 0.03 percent sulfur and with a viscosity index of 80 to 120. They are often manufactured by hydrocracking, which is a more complex process than what is used for Group I base oils. Since all the hydrocarbon molecules of these oils are saturated, Group II base oils have better antioxidation properties. They also have a clearer color and cost more in comparison to Group I base oils. Still, Group II base oils are becoming very common on the market today and are priced very close to Group I oils. Group III base oils are greater than 90 percent saturates, less than 0.03 percent sulfur and have a viscosity index above 120. These oils are refined even more than Group II base oils and generally are severely hydrocracked (higher pressure and heat). This longer process is designed to achieve a purer base oil. Although made from crude oil, Group III base oils are sometimes described as synthesized hydrocarbons. Like Group II base oils, these oils are also becoming more prevalent. Group IV base oils are polyalphaolefins (PAOs). These synthetic base oils are made through a process called synthesizing. They have a much broader temperature range and are great for use in extreme cold conditions and high heat applications. Group V base oils are classified as all other base oils, including silicone, phosphate ester, polyalkylene glycol (PAG), polyolester, biolubes, etc. These base oils are at times mixed with other base stocks to enhance the oil’s properties. An example would be a PAO-based compressor oil that is mixed with a polyolester. Esters are common Group V base oils used in different lubricant formulations to improve the properties of the existing base oil. Ester oils can take more abuse at higher temperatures and will provide superior detergency compared to a PAO synthetic base oil, which in turn increases the hours of use.
High Quality White Color Vaseline Petroleum Jelly Vaseline; White Translucent Soft Ointment CAS NO. 8009-03-8 Petroleum Jelly Vaseline; White Translucent Soft Ointment CAS NO. 8009-03-8 White/Yellow translucent soft ointment Petroleum Jelly Appearance : White/Yellow translucent soft ointment Grade : Tech & Pharmaceutical Grade Synonym : Vaseline ; white petroleum jelly Dropping Point : 42-60Â°C Cone Penetration (0.1nm): 130-210Â°C Polycyclic Aromatie Hydrocarbons (265-420nm): 1.08 UV Absorbance (290nm) : 0.5 Sulphated Ash : 0.1% PH : Conforms Packaging : Iron Drum , Net Weight 165KG Storage : Kept in dry ,ventilated place
Olive biomass Fuel, it is new biofuel responds to the demand for cheap and pure energy. The raw material that used to produce it, is the olive kernel which after workup was purified to remain only the wood, giving a green biofuel, including only wood, with high calorific value, low ash and odor. It is much cheaper than wood pellets and kerosene. 1 container includes 22 to 24 tons of 40kgs bugs.
PAO 4 - 10 CST Product Uses: The 4-10 CST PAOs are used as synthetic base fluids for high-performance industrial and automotive lubricants (e.g., gear oils, compressor oils, hydraulic fluids, greases, engine oils) and functional fluids (e.g., dielectric, heat transfer, drilling). Almost all products go into lubricant applications.
MOBILGEAR 600 XP 220 Gear Oil Mobilgear 600 XP 220 Descriptions MOBILGEAR 600 XP 220 is extra high performance gear oil that has outstanding extreme pressure characteristics and load-carrying properties, intended for use in all types of enclosed gear drives with circulation or splash lubrication systems. MOBILGEAR 600 XP 220 is designed to stay ahead of the changing needs of gearbox technology. Gearbox technology design trends are towards smaller units with similar power throughout. This increase in power density places increased demands on gear oils. MOBILGEAR 600 XP 220 is formulated to meet the stress by providing extra protection for gears.
Exxon S-150 - a liquid solvent used in many industrial applications such as fuel additives, paints and coatings, pesticide formulations, industrial cleaning, and process fluids. Size: 55 Gallons