FACT® Fibrillated Adsorbent Cellulose Technology

KX Technologies’ FACT® Media is made using various adsorbents immobilized by fibrillated microfibers. The Media is produced in a wet laid process yielding an extremely uniform media, where high percentages of very small adsorbents can be immobilized down to 1 micron average particle size efficiently.

Smaller fibers produce a larger relative pore area for a given pore size. The resulting structure gives a lower overall pressure drop and a higher dirt capacity. Unlike typical cellulose fibers which have fiber diameters between 15 and 30 microns, the KX® FACT® fibers can be as small as 50 meters in diameter.

  • Smaller fibers produce a larger relative pore area for a given pore size
  • Most of the fibrils remain connected to the core fiber reducing material loss
  • The fibrils reach out from the core fiber and entangle particles and other fibers
  • FACT® Media allows immobilization of a wide range of particle types and sizes

  • FACT® Media can also be chemically treated for microbiological filtration
  • The small pore size coupled with the microbiological chemistry and large pore area allows for low pressure drop and high activity
  • Microbiological filters are constructed to flow under gravity or pressure conditions
  • High sediment capacity
  • Longer filter life

 The Features and Benefits of
      Fibrillated Adsorbent Cellulose Technology

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