Sorbent’s Adsorbents for Chemical and Purification Processes

Sorbent Technologies offers a wide range of adsorbents tailored to cater to various chemical industry processes. These meticulously crafted products have been designed and manufactured to align with specific application requirements:

  • Available at a reasonable cost
  • Consistent separation and purification performance
  • Good stability in most solvents and at elevated temperatures
  • High separation efficiency

A wide range of products are also on offer:

  • Activated Aluminas
  • Zeolites/Molecular Sieves
  • Active clays
  • Magnesia compounds
  • Ferric oxides

Sorbent Technologies' team of separation experts is on hand to offer support in adsorption solutions, assisting clients in method optimization and defining adsorbent functionalities to effectively target their desired contaminants.

Treatment Concepts for Plastic Recycling

The disposal of plastic products has escalated to the point where it is now classed as a global pollution crisis.

Treatment of Wastewaters Containing Fertilizer Nutrients/Metal Ions

Granular-activated aluminas are used as selective adsorbents for the removal and recovery of metal ions.

Drying Hydrocarbons with Sorbent Technologies’ Desiccant Products

Sorbent Technologies can help select an activated alumina desiccant for unique application(s).

Chloride and Fluoride Traps

There is a rising emphasis on using renewable feedstocks for energy production, which has created a need for effective halide scavengers.

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