The CANSORB C-750-T Skid System is used where lead lag operation of activated carbon adsorber systems is desired. The modular C-750-T’s adsorbers are fabricated of carbon steel with an internal cone and a vinyl ester lining.
The C-750-T Modular Adsorber Skid System is typically shipped on two trucks, two C-750-Ts on one truck and the skid system on another along with overhead piping. The modular design allows easy set up in the field. Once assembled, the C-750-Ts can be either dry filled with 1000 lb sacks of activated carbon using a crane or water slurry filled with a bulk truck. Each C750T holds 20,000 lbs and has enough freeboard to allow backwashing.
The C-750-T Modular Adsorber Skid System is fabricated of steel piping and valves.Â Skids are provided with expansion joints and pressure gauges to monitor pressure drop of vessels and piping during process flow and backwash operations.Â Valves are conveniently located to operate vessels in series or single stage while backwash process is completed or while media in the other vessel is exchanged.
Specifications and properties are subject to change without notice.
Width & Height (in)
|Max Adsorbent Fill|
|Shipping Weight STD Fill (lbs)|
|C-750 T||700||75||150||6/6||342 x 133 x 293||40,000||40,000||30,000|
1) Desired contact time may require lower flow rates
2) Dry virgin activated or reactivated carbon provided as standard adsorbent
3) Maximum adsorbent fill is based on a media density of 27 lb/ft3
4) Maximum adsorbent fill can differ based on variable media densities
TIGG’s modular adsorber skid system is used for lead lag operations of activated carbon adsorber vessels. This sturdy system is fabricated with carbon steel.
For more information about TIGG’s Modular Adsorber Skid Systems, call 1-724-703-3020 or click here to contact us.
TIGG has over 40 years of experience in developing a broad range of activated carbon filters, adsorption equipment, and services for environmental remediation all over North America. We develop, design and manufacture equipment for the removal of trace contaminants from air, water, process liquids, and gases.