|Working Pressure:||27Mpa||Operating Temperature:||0~670|
90N / Particle Palladium Catalyst,
It is a precious metal-semiconductor system, a high-efficiency deoxygenation catalyst developed and produced by a special process. It is mainly used for hydrogen deoxygenation and hydrogenation deoxygenation of nitrogen, argon, helium, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, etc. Its working principle is: when the raw material gas passes through the catalyst, the oxygen impurities in the gas combine with the hydrogen to form water, which achieves the purpose of deoxygenation.
The 506HT-1 hollow ring catalyst independently developed by our company, based on the original 506HT catalyst, adopts a more scientific preparation and molding technology, with better physical and chemical properties, which greatly reduces its density and active surface area. Increased, high load rate, reduced bed resistance. In addition, the catalyst has high catalytic deoxygenation activity, deep purification, large gas handling capacity, wide application temperature and pressure range (650 ℃ no ablation), no activation and regeneration, high strength, no pulverization, and continuous activity for many years. The characteristics, especially the excellent anti-poisoning ability of H2S, SO2, Cl2, NH3 and other poisons are unmatched by domestic and foreign deoxygenation catalysts. Industrial energy saving, safe use and convenient operation.
Conditions of use and parameters:
1. High-diameter ratio of catalytic reactor: 3 ～ 5
2. Operating temperature: room temperature ~ 650 ℃ 7. Stack specific gravity: 0.9 ± 0.1Kg / L
3. Gas space velocity: ≥5000hr-1 8. Oxygen content of gas source: ≤4%
4. Working pressure: ≤27Mpa 9. Residual oxygen after purification: ≤0.5ppm
5. Columnar particles: ∮2 ～ 6mm (pillar) 10. Service life: ≥3 years
6. Mechanical strength: 90N / particle
If the working pressure is above 1.0 MPa; the oxygen content of the gas to be purified ≤ 0.4%; all need to heat the deoxidizer to make the catalyst working temperature above 100 ℃, in order to achieve the best effect of catalytic deoxygenation.
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