Moisture Gone ®
Moisture Gone will split and remove 27 gasses from the air. Moisture Gone is the most powerful and versatile desiccant on the market today. Moisture Gone is so forceful a desiccant, it attracts water so rapidly, by molecular friction water will boil in less than two seconds. It can be employed as a selective gas separator.

Presently Moisture Gone enjoys great success in laboratories and chemical catalogues. Moisture Gone will dry a gas stream to a minus 100oF. Metal Gone's heat adsorption is rated as a class 5 heat retention – which is the highest.

Unlike Silica Gel desiccant which has a molecular range of 50 angstroms, Moisture Gone has a molecular range of 2.6 to 5.0 angstroms. Moisture Gone can be easily recharged either in vacuums, ovens, furnaces, dissectors, or in 3-10 minutes in a MICROWAVE OVEN!

Moisture Gone will adsorb from air:
• Ammonia, Helium, Water, Hydrogen, Nitric Oxide, Acetylene, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrous Oxide, Argon, Oxygen, Hydrogen Sulfide, Sulfur Dioxide, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Methane, Ethylene, Cyclopropane, n-Butane, Propane, Dichlorodifluoromethane (-12), Butane-1, Propylene, i-Butane, Freon 11, Freon 12 and Formaldehyde.

The Critical Diameter represents the minimum cross sectional kinetic diameter (2.3 - 5.0 Angstrom Units). This indicates the potential of adsorption through the effective pore size aperture of Moisture Gone. Any vapor within this spectrum Moisture Gone will adsorb.

• Extremely powerful desiccant. 17% of it's weight in moisture and up to 120% of its weight in water.

• Has a high level of heat adsorption.

• Used effectively for heat storage in passive solar applications.

• Used in the sorption of offensive ammonia fumes in animals stables, pet shops, barnyards, and Blue printing shops.

• Used in gas separations; H2O, CO2, and SO2 can be removed from natural gas.

• Tested by an independent US Government Laboratory and the City of Los Angeles.

• Easy to recharge

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