IPT 51 Adsorption

IPT 51 Adsorption

Adsorption corresponds to the enrichment of atoms, ions or molecules from a gas, liquid or solid onto a surface. This enrichment results in a change in concentration at phase boundaries. In most cases adsorption involves a boundary surface between a gaseous and a solid phase. It is to focus upon this aspect that the process trainer IPT 51 Adsorption has been designed.

The process trainer IPT 51 Adsorption is equipped with an interactive e-learning course and a fully programmed process control system, such as those widely used in the process engineering industry. It is possible to connect multiple trainers with a single process control system. Lucas-Nülle will find a custom solution to your process engineering laboratory needs. Simply make contact with us about it.

 

Education objectives:

  • First principles of Gas adsorption/Gas desorption
  • Separation of isomer by adsorption
  • Remove of hydrocarbons out of a carrier gas flow (e.g. n-Hexan or Cyclohexan)
  • Influence of:
    • Gas flow rate
    • Concentration
    • Temperature       
    • Pressure
    • Gas conditioning
  • Column Regeneration