Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Purigen vs HyperSorb

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Purigen vs HyperSorb

    What exactly is the difference between the two products? My understanding is that HyperSorb absorbs in an indiscriminant way (i.e., more absorbing power). Am I correct? Thanks.

  • #2
    Re: Purigen vs HyperSorb

    Thanks for the post! HyperSorb is comparable to a carbon in that, yes, it is a bit more indiscriminate in what it removes. It will remove organic waste, toxic vapors and other pollutants that may be present in the water. Purigen has a very high affinity for nitrogenous organic waste only, as it is a organic scavenging resin and will leave all other elements behind. Both of these media's have a very high capacity, just for different things. I hope this helps and let us know if you have any additional questions.

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: Purigen vs HyperSorb

      Hi,

      Am I right to say purigen will not removes organic waste, toxic vapors and other pollutants other than nitrogenous waste?

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: Purigen vs HyperSorb

        Originally posted by madscientist View Post
        Hi,

        Am I right to say purigen will not removes organic waste, toxic vapors and other pollutants other than nitrogenous waste?
        That is correct madscientist, unlike most resins, Purigen is highly selective in what it will remove. It focuses on the removal of nitrogenous organic waste. If one was looking to remove other pollutants, Hypersorb would be a better option.

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: Purigen vs HyperSorb

          if I am looking for a general solution for nitrogenous waste, organic waste, toxins, toxic vapours, would hypersorb/purigen, purigen/matrix carbon, purigen/renew, purigen/matrix carbon/renew or purigen/matrix carbon/renew/hypersorb be a better choice?

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: Purigen vs HyperSorb

            Originally posted by madscientist View Post
            if I am looking for a general solution for nitrogenous waste, organic waste, toxins, toxic vapours, would hypersorb/purigen, purigen/matrix carbon, purigen/renew, purigen/matrix carbon/renew or purigen/matrix carbon/renew/hypersorb be a better choice?
            Both MatrixCarbon and Hypersorb are going to be effective in removing such impurities. Using both would be especially effective.

            Comment

            Working...
            X