SRS offers Bio-Diesel resin with excellent physical and chemical properties such as high capacity and operating capacity, lower pressure drop, well physical and chemical stability. The product is supplied in the hydrogen form which is specially used in the removal of glycerine, soaps, trace water and methanol from crude biodiesel. It can remove soaps and salts simultaneously.
||Best chemical property and strength biodiesel purification resin.|
|PR-30||Specially for biodiesel purification resin|
ER-20 & GR-10 Macroporous Strongly Acidic Cation Exchange Resin
ER-20 & GR-10 is a premium grade, macroprous strong acid cation exchange resin. It is a co-polymer of styrene and divinylbenzene with sulfonic acid exchange group. The unique structure allows for high operating capacity and excellent chemical and physical stability. Its matrix promotes better kinetics and better diffusion rates into and out of the bead. Due to the special surface area, pore size, it is used as catalysts in synthetic industry. It can be used in polar and non-polar media, especially suitable for the reduction of free fatty acids in triglycerides prior to transesterification to biodiesel.
|Appearance||Opaque spherical beads|
|Polymer Matrix Structure||Styrene - DVB|
|Type||Macroporous strong acid|
|Moisture Content||57 - 63|
|Total Capacity||= 4.7|
|Density||1.12 - 1.18|
PR-30 Strong Acidic Cation Exchange Resin
PR-30 is a dry bead form polystyrene sulphonate cation exchange resin. It has excellent physical and chemical properties such as high capacity and operating capacity, lower pressure drop, well physical and chemical stability. The product is used in the removal of glycerine and soaps from biodiesel. It can remove soaps and salts simultaneously. It can be as dehydrating agent, catalysts.
|Appearance||Black / Dark brown spherical beads|
|Polymer Matrix Structure|| Styrene - DVB
|Type||Gel strong acid|
|Moisture Content||= 3|
|Capacity in Volume||= 1.8|
|Whole Bead Rate||= 99|
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