What happens if the molecular sieve is soiled or contaminated?
Generally, the performance of the molecular sieve is reduced in the event of contamination. It should be replaced in the event of contamination. Oil and ammonia are frequent contaminating substances. If the molecular sieve is soiled with water, the need for replacement depends on the degree of soiling. If it is low, the sieve can usually remain in operation.
Tip: Ask the INMATEC engineers in advance which additional arrangements may be practical, in order to ensure the smoothest possible functioning of the molecular sieve.