3 Reasons (ie, Particle Physical Properties) explain why NANOPOROUS IRON OXIDE Remediates So Fast:
- 100% ACTIVE COMPONENT - Unlike the other sorbents listed, our nanoporous iron oxide sorbent is 100% Active Component.
Other sorbents listed have an active component range of 45% to 70%. This is because a non-sorbent binder is needed to
bond their individual submicron iron oxide particles together into their final pelletized form, eroding remediation performance by 30% to 55%.
- SMALL PARTICLE SIZE - The smaller the grain size, the faster that sorbent's remediation speed.
With a particle size range 2.5X to 125X smaller than the other sorbents' pellet sizes, coupled with an
independently validated unique concurrent microporous + mesoporous particle architecture,
we expect our nanoporous iron oxide to remediate faster than any other sorbent listed below. Note that white papers reporting remediation performance
for CFH12, CFH18, GFH + E33 HCF sorbents were not located at time of publication.
- HIGH SURFACE AREA - The larger the specific surface area, the greater that sorbent's remediation speed + capacity.
GFH has the greatest surface area of the 5 sorbents listed. If all other variables were identical, one would expect
GFH to display the greatest remediation performance. Note that we expect 2016 R&D to improve our nanoporous iron oxide's surface area to
equal GFH's numbers.
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