impregnated carbon


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impregnated carbon

An electrode having a carbon shell with a core of various metals or salts of metals for use in a carbon arc lamp.
See also: carbon
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The results (Table 5) show that there was not a major decrease in S[O.sub.2] production for the 10 wt% KI impregnated carbon however there was a slight decrease in sulphur production.
They use advanced HEPA particulate media and activated impregnated carbon filters to remove 99.97% of microbiological particulates and 99.999% of chemical gases and vapors from the air stream.
The variable speed extraction unit can house various types of filters, such as HEPA or Impregnated Carbon. Suction speeds can be adjusted from "0" to 250 CFM face velocity.