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    Sentry Air Systems, Inc.
    6999 West Little York, Ste. P1
    Houston, TX. 77040
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    Activated Carbon Adsorption Ratings

    E - Excellent High capacity. Each pound of activated carbon will adsorb an average of 33 - 1/3% of its weight in these compounds.
    G - Good. Satisfactory capacity. Each pound of activated carbon will adsorb an average of 16.7% (1/6) of its weight in this compound.
    CF - Call Factory for details

     

    Compound

    Adsorptive Ability

    Compound

    Adsorptive Ability

    Compound

    Adsorptive Ability

    Compound

    Adsorptive Ability

    Acetaldehyde F Cyclohexanol E

    Hydrogen cyanide

    G Paint & redecorating odors E
    Acetic Acid E Cyclohexanol E

    Hydrogen fluoride

    CF Palmitic Acid E
    Acetic anhydride E Cyclohexene E

    Hydrogen iodide

    G Paradichlorbenzine E
    Acetone G (PDF) Decane E

    Hydrogen selenide

    CF Pantane G
    Acetylene CF Dibromoethane E

    Hydrogen sulfide

    G Pentanone E
    Acrolem G Dichlorobenzene E Incensen E Pentylene G
    Acrylic Acid E Dichlorodifluoromethane G Indole E Pentyne G
    Acrylonitrile E Dichloroethane E Iodine E Perchloroethylene E
    Alcoholic Beverages E Dichloroethylene E Iodoform E Perfumes, cosmetics E
    Amines F Dichloroethyl E Irritants E Phenol E
    Ammonia CF Dichloromonofluormethane G Isophorone E Phosgene G
    Ameyl acetate E Dichloronitroethane E Isoprene G Pitch E
    Amyl alcohol E Dichloroprpane E Isopropyl acetate E Poison gases G
    Amyl ether E Dichlorotetrafluoroethane E Isopropyl aclcohol E (PDF) Pollen G
    Aniline E Diesel fumes E Isopropyl ether E Popcorn and candy E
    Asphalt fumes E Diethylamine G Kerosene E Poultry odors E
    Automobile Exhaust G Diethyl ketone E Kitchen odors E Propane CF
    Benzene E Dimethylaniline E Lactic acid E Propionaldehyde G
    Body odors E Dimethylsulfate E Menthol E Propionic acid E
    Borane G Dioxane E Mercaptans E Propyl acetate E
    Bromine E Diproyl ketone E Methane CF Propyl alcohol E
    Burned Flesh E Ethane CF Methil acetate G Propyl chloride E
    Burned Food E Ether G (PDF) Menthyl acrylate E Propyl ether E
    Butadiene G Ethyl acetate E Methyl alcohol G Propyl mercaptan E
    Butane CF Ethyl acrylate E Methyl bromide G Propylene F
    Butanone E Ethyl alcohol E Methyl butyl ketone E Propyne CF
    Butyl acetate E Ethyl amine G Methyl cellosolve E Putrefying substances G
    Butyl alcohol E Ethyl benzene E Methyl cellosolve acetate E Putrescine E
    Butyl cellosolve E Ethyl bromide E Methyl chloride G Pyridine E
    Butyl chloride E Ethyl chloride G Methyl chloroform E Resins E
    Butyl ether E Ethyl ether G (PDF) Methyl ether G Rubber E
    Butylene CF Ethyl formate G Methyl ethyl ketone E (PDF) Sauerkraut E
    Butyne CF Ethyl mercaptan G Methyl formate G Sewer odors E
    Butyraldehyde G Ethyl silicate E Methyl isobutyl ketone E Skalote E
    Butyric acid E Ethylene CF Methyl mercaptan E Slughtering odors G
    Camphor E Ethylene chlorhydrin E Methylcyclohexane E Smog E
    Caprylic acid E Ethylene dichloride E Methylcyclohexanol E Sour milks E
    Carbolic acid E Ethylene oxide G Methylcyclohexaone E Stoddard sovent E
    Carbon disulfide E Essential oils E Methylene chloride E (PDF) Styrene monomer E
    Carbon dioxide CF Eucalyptole E Monochlorobenzene CF Sulfur dioxide CF
    Carbon monoxide CF Fertilizer E Monofluorotri cloromethane E Sulfur trioxide G
    Carbon tetrachloride E Film processing odors G Naphtha E Sulfuric acid E
    Cellosolve E Fish odors E Naphthziene E Tetrachloroethane E
    Cellosolve acetate E Floral scents E Nitric acid G Tetrachloroethylene E
    Cheese E Fluorotrichloromethane G Nitro benzenes E Tobacco smoke odor E
    Chorine G Formaldehyde G (PDF) Nitroethane E Toilet odors E
    Chlorobenzene E Formic acid G Nitrogen dioxide CF Toluene E (PDF)
    Chlorobutadiene E Gangrene E Nitroglycerine E Toluidine E
    Chloroform E Garlic E Nitromethane E Trichlorethylene E
    Chloronitropropane E Gasoline E Nitropropane E Trichloroethane E
    Chloropicrin E Heptane E Nitrotoluene E Turpentine E
    Citrus and other fruits E Heptylene E Nonane E Urea CF
    Cleaning compounds E Hexane G Octalene E Uric acid E
    Coal smoke G Hexylene G Octane E Valeric acid E
    Creosote E Hexyne G Onions E Valericaldehyde E
    Cresol E Hydrogen CF Organic Chemicals E Varnish fumes E
    Crotonaldehyde E Hydrogen bromide G Ozone E Xylene E (PDF)
    Cychlohexane E Hydrogen chloride CF Packing house odors E   

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