- Regenerative respirators
- Insulating self-rescuers
- Simulators & cartridges for them
- Fire safety
- Control devices
- Lamps and signaling devices
- Gas analyzers
- Flexible mine ventilation pipes
- Civil Self-Rescuers
- Charging stations
- Electro explosion-proof devices
- Lime chemical absorbent
- Test equipment
The Lime chemical absorbent KHP-I acts selectively with respect to CO2 molecules included in the gas-air mixture passing through densely packed absorber granules. Contacting the surface of the granules, as well as passing through their porous bodies, CO2 molecules enter into a chemical reaction with the substance of the granules and pass from the gaseous state to the solid phase. The absorption of carbon dioxide is an exothermic chemical reaction (i.e., it generates heat) resulting in the formation of stable calcium carbonate (CaCO3). For the same reason, the chemical lime absorbent cannot be regenerated and reused.
Steel drum - 40kg, Plastic canister 4.5kg.
The Lime chemical absorbent KHP-I is designed to equip insulating regenerative respirators for mine rescue operations, which are used to protect the respiratory system when performing all types of work in coal mines, in an atmosphere unsuitable for breathing and are the main equipment of professional mine rescue units. KHP-I binds carbon dioxide formed during the combustion of carbon-containing materials during a fire.
The Lime chemical absorbent KHP-I is used in rebreathers for diving, decompression chambers for divers, hyperbaric oxygenation chambers (medical pressure chambers), on submarines (in emergency breathing systems), shelters, command posts, rescue chambers for miners and underground workers.
The Lime chemical absorbent KHP-I is used in isolating regenerative respirators.
To buy the Lime chemical absorbent KHP-I, you need to contact the managers
|Molecular Formula||absent, absorbent KHP-I - multicomponent substance, consisting of 96% Ca (OH) 2 and 4% NaOH|
|Release form||in the form of granules|
|Grading||from 5,5 to 6,5 mm;
from 2,8 to 5,5 mm;
from 0,1 to 2,8 mm.