The Activator, Volume 1, Number 8, May 1945 Page: 175
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1945 THE ACTIVATOR 175
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"The Versatile Desiccant"
FOR ALL DRYING OPERATIONS
EFFICIENT Dries all organic liquids instantly in liquid or vapor
phase. Gases retain only 0.005 mg. H20 per liter.
VERSATILE An all-purpose desiccant.
NON-WETTING Does not become wet on saturation, nor crystallize to
walls of tubes, towers, or desiccators.
NEUTRAL Dries without reacting with either acid or alkaline
INERT Except toward water. Does not decompose, polymerize,
or catalyze organic substances by contact. Insoluble
in organic liquids.
REGENERATIVE Repeatedly after any normal use, by dehydration at
235 to 2500 C.
ECONOMICAL Lowest priced high grade desiccant. Available in quan-
tity for industrial processes.
(1) Ind. Eng. Chem. 25-653 (June, 1933)
(2) Ind. Eng. Chem. 25-1112 (Oct., 1933)
(3) National Bureau of Standards Journal of Research 12-241 (Feb., 1934, R. P. No. 649)
Granule Sizes: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10-20, and minus 20 mesh.
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