Activated Carbon

An excellent adsorbent, the Activated Carbon (also known as Activated Coal, Activated Charcoal, Actived Carbon, Activated Coal, or Active Charcoal) is a highly porous substance purification treatment of water, air, and gases, as well as odour control. It is an adsorbent that purifies the treatment of water, air, and gases as well as odour control. A cost-effective way to treat large volumes of gas or water that have a low concentration of contaminants. With a large surface area of 800 to 1,200 m² per gram, the Activated Carbon is a cost-effective way to treat large volumes of gas or water with a low concentration of contaminants. Adding on to that, the Activated Carbon, being made from natural coconut shells, can be used in food production and industrial processes.

Application

Gas Purification

Activated Carbon is usually used in compressed air and gas purification to remove hydrocarbons from the air. The large charcoal beds adsorb these gases and retain them as they rapidly decay. The solids are trapped in the charcoal particles while the filtered air passes through.

Chemical Purification

Activated Carbon is used to purify solutions of organic molecules containing unwanted impurities. Large-scale chemical and pharmaceutical processes use filtration over the carbon as well for the same purpose. The carbon is mixed with the solution then filtered off or with the filter.

Environmental

Activated Carbon has many applications in removing pollutants from air and water streams both on the field and in industrial processes such as air purification and drinking water filtration. It is effective in water treatment as carbon is multi-functional in nature.

  • Can be used in both food productions and industrial processes

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