CARULITE ® 110-TR CATALYST FACT SHEET CARULITE® 110-TR catalyst is used to effectively destroy volatile organic compounds (VOC) such as flexographic and rotogravure solvents. Although CARULITE 110-TR catalyst operates at low temperatures, (600º F (315º C)), it has an upper temperature stability limit of 1300º F (704º C), providing excellent process flexibility. P A R TICLE SIZE S AVAILABLE 1-2 mm diameter sphere (nominal) 2-4 mm diameter sphere (nominal) C H E MICAL / P HYSICAL DATA Formula Manganese/ copper oxide/ anthanum oxide catalyst Appearance Black/dark brown spheres Surface Area ≥ 170 m2/g Weight Loss < 3% Upper Temperature Limit 1300º F (704º C) S U G G E ST E D OPE RATING CONDITIONS • Vertically-oriented vessel with top-down air flow • ≤ 15,000 hr -1 Gas Hourly Space Velocity • • ≥ 3 ft/sec (0.91 m/sec) Linear Velocity Minimum inlet temperatures 600º F (315º C) A P P LICATIONS Flexographic and rotogravure printing Metal decorating Laminating plastic and paper Coating chemical processes C A T A LYST POISONS Minimize or avoid contact with: sulfur compounds, halogenated compounds, heavy metals and silica. S H I P PING CON T AINERS CARULITE 110-TR catalyst is shipped in 20 kg net weight pails. S H I P PING CARULITE 110-TR catalyst is not regulated by the U.S. DOT. CARULITE 110-TR catalyst is shipped domestically as Class 85 and internationally as HTS Code 3815.90.3000. H AN DLI N G, ST O RAGE , AN D I N C O M PAT I B I L I T Y Although CARULITE 110-TR catalyst is not a hazardous substance, it should be handled with care. Protective equipment in handling should include safety glasses or goggles and rubber or plastic gloves. In cases where high dust exposure may exist, the use of NIOSH-MSHA dust respirator or an air-supplied respirator is advised. The product should be stored in a cool, dry area in a closed container. Segregate from easily-oxidizable materials, peroxides, chlorates, and acids. Protect container against physical damage. Spillage should be collected and disposed of properly. DI SPO SAL Unused CARULITE 110-TR catalyst is not considered a hazardous waste under U.S. 40 CFR 261. Dispose of used CARULITE 110-TR catalyst in a landfill approved to accept chemical waste, after verifying that it is not contaminated with hazardous substances through usage. C ARU S V ALU E ADDE D LABORATORY SUPPORT Carus Corporation has technical assistance available to its potential and current customers to answer questions, evaluate applications alternatives or perform laboratory testing. Our laboratory capabilities include: catalyst analysis, performance testing, process evaluations, and analytical services. TECHNICAL SERVICES As an integral part of our technical support, Carus provides in-house and on-site assistance. We offer full application services, including technical expertise, design recommendations, and follow-up support. CARUS CORPORATION For over 98 years, our dedication to research and development, technical support, and customer service has enabled Carus to become the world leader in permanganate, manganese, and catalyst oxidation technologies. Call Carus for assistance with specific applications. Proper Shipping Name: Manganese Dioxide Compound Copyright 2001 rev. 08/13 form CL 2002 The information contained herein is accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, data, safety standards and government regulations are subject to change; and the conditions of handling, use or misuse of the product are beyond our control. Carus Corporation makes no warranty, either expressed or implied, including any warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Carus also disclaims all liability for reliance on the completeness or confirming accuracy of any information included herein. Users should satisfy themselves that they are aware of all current data relevant to their particular use(s). Carus and Design is a registered service mark of Carus Corporation. CARULITE® is a registered trademark of Carus Corporation. Responsible Care® is a registered service mark of the American Chemistry Council.
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