ResinTech SCM-41A-OH is a weak base macroporous catalyst with large porous polymeric structure that allows aqueous and non aqueous catalytic reactions inside of the its sponge-like structure. Its unique structure allows the complete reaction molecular within the resin bead with its hydroxyl available groups for a complete reaction. ResinTech SCM-41-A-OH has been designed as a fast reaction catalytic media for acids neutralization from chlorinated hydrocarbons and fenol removal from benzene solutions. Because of its large polymeric macroporous structure the SCM-41A-OH can inhibit removal from monomer streams of Hydroquinone, Hydroquinone Monoethyl Ether, Tertiary Butyl Catechol, etc. Used as its dry presentation (SCM-41A-D) can remove sulfur dioxyde from natural gas streams.
Acid neutralization from polar and non polar solutions
Phenol removal from benzene streams
|Polymer Matrix||Styrenic Macroporous|
|Functional Group||Tertiary Amine|
|Physical Form||Spherical Beads|
|Color||Yellow to Tan|
|Reversable Swelling||Approx. 77% in phenol|
|Total Exchange Capacity (meq/mL)||1.3|
|Moisture Retention||54% to 62%|
|Shipping Weight||Approx. 650 g/l|
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