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A wide variety of major industries utilize aerosol and spray paint cans, spanning industrial manufacturing, municipalities, and vocational education, among others. What happens to an aerosol can after it has reached its useful life? Proper disposal guidelines dictate that pressurized aerosol cans are typically sealed in a drum to be processed as hazardous waste at a landfill or facility. The cans are considered to be hazardous because they contain a liquid hazardous waste or are still pressurized, which may cause them to potentially explode at the landfills. Companies that do not dispose of aerosol cans properly risk paying hefty fines.
Colour Changing Activated Carbon Cartridge Replacement 28223 Justrite
Colour Changing Activated Carbon Cartridge Replacement. Replaces the Carbon Cartridge portion of the Aerosolv® two-piece coalescing filter/carbon cartridge in your Aerosolv® Standard or Super System. Colormetric replacement cartridges indicate exactly when to change the cartridge with no guesswork.
The carbon filters supplied by Justrite come sealed in a plastic bag and shipped in a cardboard box which eliminates any adsorption into the activated carbon and in the case of the colormetric filters, UV exposure. Unless the packaging is damaged, there is no reasonable limit to the filter’s shelf life.
There are too many variables to predict the life of a charcoal filter in use. The colormetric indicator will turn dark indicating the charcoal is saturated and should be replaced.