The effect of the binder on the manufacture of a 5A zeolite monolith
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The effect of the binder on the manuf., by a paste extrusion process, of a 2 mm square lattice channel zeolite monolith with a 0.98 mm wall thickness and an overall diam. of 20 mm has been studied using a variety of visual and anal. techniques. Crucial factors for manufg. defect-free 5A zeolite monoliths have been found to be the use of a binder with good plasticity properties, such as sodium bentonite, extrusion conditions, and a well-controlled drying process. Pastes contg. different amts. of water and binder were characterized from the relationship between pressure drop and extrudate velocity during flow from a circular barrel into a circular die-land. From the relationship between the extrusion pressure and the extrudate velocity, six extrusion parameters were derived for each paste. A higher extrusion pressure is required when there is either a decreased water content or an increased binder content. [on SciFinder (R)]
|Creators||Li, Y. Y., Perera, S. P., Crittenden, B. D. and Bridgwater, J.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||binder, zeolite 5a role, uses (uses) (sodian, unclassified), kaolin role, clays role, bentonite role, uses (uses) (binder, effect of binder on manuf. of 5a zeolite monoliths), uses (uses) (ball clays, proc (process) (effect of binder on manuf. of 5a zeolite monoliths), pep (physical, zeolite 5a monolith manuf binder, nuu (other use, engineering or chemical process)|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering|
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