Vapor Phase, Sodium Thiosulfate Media
Hydrosil’s HS-CL is a zeolite-based media that is impregnated with sodium thiosulfate. The HS-CL is specially designed for removing chlorine, bromine, or chlorine dioxide from vapor streams. The theoretical capacity of HS-CL is approximately 8.0 percent by weight. The mechanism for chlorine/chlorine dioxide removal is a reaction with sodium thiosulfate.
The HS-CL is typically used in pulp and paper facilities, chemical, fresh and waste water treatment plants.
typical physical properties
|Sodium Thiosulfate, % wt. min.||4.04|
|Bulk Density, lb/ft 3||59-61|
|Moisture, % avg.||15|
|Hardness, Min. (ASTM D-3802)||95.0|
|Particle Size||4 x 8|
|Maximum Temperature, °F||182|