FREEMAN Activated Carbon for Liquid Phase Filtration

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FREEMAN ACTIVATED CARBON for Liquid Phase Filtration

FREEMAN Coconut Shell Activated Carbon has high level of hardness & absorption, physically clean, much more durable in use, superior surface area, suitable for removing organic substances, odors and other contaminants in waste water, drinking water treatment and food grade applications.

Mesh sizes: 4 x 8, 6 x 12, 8 x 14, 8 x 30, 12 x 30

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RP . 53,000.00 tax excl.

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FREEMAN Activated Carbon for Liquid Phase Filtration

Coconut shell activated carbon is a popular and widely used adsorbent material in liquid phase filtration processes. It is derived from the shells of coconuts and processed to create a highly porous carbon structure that is effective at adsorbing a wide range of impurities and contaminants from liquids.

1. High Porosity: Coconut shell activated carbon is known for its exceptional porosity. It contains a vast network of pores and a large surface area per unit volume, which is ideal for adsorption processes.

2. Adsorption Capacity: Activated carbon has a strong affinity for organic and inorganic substances, including chemicals, solvents, dyes, odors, and various contaminants present in liquids. It effectively removes these impurities from the liquid phase by binding them to its surface.

3. Particle Size: Coconut shell activated carbon can be produced in various particle sizes, ranging from fine powders to granules. The choice of particle size depends on the specific application and the type of filtration equipment being used.

4. Liquid Phase Filtration Applications: Coconut shell activated carbon is utilized in a wide range of liquid phase filtration applications, including:

  • Water Treatment: It is commonly used in water purification systems to remove chlorine, taste, odor, and organic compounds.
  • Wastewater Treatment: Activated carbon is employed to treat industrial and municipal wastewater by removing contaminants, heavy metals, and organic pollutants.
  • Food and Beverage Processing: In the food and beverage industry, it is used for decolorization, deodorization, and the removal of unwanted taste or odor compounds.
  • Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries: Activated carbon is used for purifying chemicals, solvents, and pharmaceutical products.
  • Air and Gas Purification: It can be used to adsorb volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odorous substances from air and gas streams.

5. Regeneration: Coconut shell activated carbon can often be regenerated and reused, depending on the nature of the impurities adsorbed and the specific regeneration methods employed. Regeneration typically involves heating the carbon to release the adsorbed contaminants, making it cost-effective for some applications.

6. Environmental Considerations: Coconut shell activated carbon is considered environmentally friendly compared to some other carbon sources, such as coal-based activated carbon. It is a sustainable choice as it utilizes a byproduct (coconut shells) that would otherwise be discarded.

7. Product Varieties: Manufacturers produce various grades and types of coconut shell activated carbon to suit different liquid phase filtration needs. This includes powdered activated carbon (PAC), granular activated carbon (GAC), and extruded activated carbon (EAC), among others.