Ni-Pd catalytic activated carbon
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Freshness-keeping agent for vegetables, plants, flowers, etc.
- Ethylene gas decomposition
- The activated carbon attracts ethylene gas, which is decomposed by the Ni-Pd catalyst, suppressing ripening of fruits and vegetables and preserving freshness.
- Improves the environment
- Ethylene gas is decomposed into carbon dioxide and water by the catalyst, and undergoes reduction as a nutrient source for plants.
- The effect of the catalyst lasts for a long time. Ideal for refrigerators that store products because of its superior safety.
Our Ni-Pd catalytic activated carbon (Trademark: Ethitol®) is activated charcoal wherein coconut shell activated carbon with superior adsorbing action is impregnated with the transition metals palladium and nickel in nanoparticle state.
Preserve freshness of fruits and vegetables
＊Preservation of vegetables, fruits, and flowers that are susceptible to the effects of ethylene gas
＊Commercial refrigerator, refrigerated showcases, refrigerated trucks, etc.
Ethylene gas removal effect test results
Testing site: Japan Food Research Laboratories
Sample: Ethylene gas adsorbent (Ni-Pd catalytic activated carbon)
Unit: ppm Initial gas concentration: about 20 ppm, <1: below quantification lower limit (1 ppm)
Quality specifications(analysis example)
|BET surface area||1130.1㎡/g|
|Particle size (MESH)||20x50|
|Loss on drying||8.9%|
|Minimum Lot||Please contact us|
Product processing example
Raw materials processing