Introduction to the preservation and definition of Blue Silica Gel


Blue Silica Gel is an indicator adsorbent with high added value and high technical content, which is made from fine-pored silica gel with high active adsorption material as the basic raw material. The general production method of this product at home and abroad is to use fine-pored silica gel (pore size 2-3nm, specific surface area above 600㎡/g) as the carrier, and use cobalt chloride (molecular formula: CoCl2) to combine in the silica gel through certain process steps. On the surface of the pores.

The main feature of the product is that Blue Silica Gel has a very strong adsorption of water vapor in the medium (such as air or industrial gas) with fine-pored silica gel.

Blue Silica Gel has strong moisture absorption capacity, so it should be stored in a dry place with a shelf between the package and the ground. Packaging materials include steel drums, paper drums, cartons, plastic bottles, polyethylene plastic composite bags, flexible container bags, etc. Avoid rain, damp and sun during transportation.