- Gas absorption fluids
- Gas Absorbtion Fluids
|Boiling range at 1013mbar||[°C]||250 - 330|
|Vapour pressure at 20°C||[mbar]||<0.005|
|Density at 20°C||[g/cm3]||1.01|
|Water absorbtion at 20°C||[%m/m]||∞|
|Solubility in water at 20°C||[%m/m]||∞|
|Viscosity at 20°C||[mm2/s]||4 - 5|
|Electrical conductivity at 25°C||[S/m]||-|
|Specific heat at 50°C||[J/g*K]||2.26|
|Thermal conductivity at 20°C||[W/m*K]||0.1633|
|Flash point (DIN 51758)||[°C]||141|
|Ignition point (DIN 51794)||[°C]||195|
Another important application for glycol diether based absorption liquids is the Solinox® process. The Solinox® process was developed by Linde AG with Genosorb® 1900 as absorption liquid.
In this process, Genosorb® 1900 absorbs large amounts of SO2 from flue gases. The product contains a proprietary stabilizer that protects Genosorb® against harmful effects of SO2 and SO3.
The sulfur dioxide resulting from the Solinox® process has a very high purity and can be converted to sulfuric acid or sold as food grade quality.
Several commercial units are operating globally. The following table shows data of a Solinox® plant based in Europe:
- Air flow: 225 000 m3/h
- SO2/SO3 inlet concentration: 20 000 mg/m3
- SO2 in cleaned gas: max. 200 mg/m3
- Sulfuric acid production: approx. 40 t/day
- Sulfur dioxide emissions are reduced by 99.9%