CAS NO.: 64365-11-3 EINECS NO.: 264-846-4 HS Code: 3802109000
Raw Material: Coconut shell, Anthracite coal, Wood chips... Feature: High surface area, developed pore structure, strong adsorption, high hardness... Application: Water purification& treatment, harmful gas adsorption, caramel decoloration...
Activated carbon products are widely used as sorbent materials for liquid and gas-phase applications. Other usages include medical and environmental applications, as catalyst supports and so on. Activated carbons have also been investigated as a means to accumulate hydrogen.
Among other applications, activated carbon is often used to filter contaminants out of drinking water. After water testing, filtration can be manipulated to remove specific contaminants . Specifically, activated carbon filters are useful for removing organic compounds, which are often the cause of changes in the taste, smell, and appearance of water. Because organic compounds are comprised of hydrogen and carbon, carbon filters work well with these types of contaminants. Filtration can remove harmful chemicals, such as trihalomethanes (THMs), pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), the water is potentially dangerous to drink.
Packaging & Shipping:
25kg net kraft paper bags or white PE bags on pallet, 18-20tons in 20' container, or 750kgs big bag and 15tons FCL.
Stored in original packaging in cool and dry place.
Chemicals that are used are for instance sodium chloride, potassium chloride, citric acid and chlorine dioxide. Chlorine dioxide cleansing serves the removal of organic contaminants on ion exchange resins. Prior to every cleaning treatment resins should be regenerated