Unwashed Activated Carbon manufacturer and supplier
Powdered Unwashed Activated Carbon finds wide application in liquid phase application and basically used for removing undesired color, smell and other impurities. Our Un-washed Activated Carbon has extremely high and effective diffusion properties and a high degree of micro porosity. Powdered Unwashed Activated Carbon offered by us is an effective De-odouriser, De-Colouriser and holds excellent purification characteristics. Every product of ours is manufactured under strict supervision of our skilled and experienced experts and controlled atmospheric conditions.
Activated Carbon is a porous material that removes organic compounds, pollutants, contaminants and other impurities from liquids, gases, chemicals, metals, etc. Our diversed Product Portfolio ranges from Acid Washed Grade Activated Carbon, Unwashed Grade Activated Carbon, Granular Activated Carbon upto Powdered Grades of Activated Carbon. In addition to our vivid range of products, we also provide a varied choice in the manufacturing base of Activated Carbon. viz. Coconut Shell Based, Wood Based and Coal Based Activated Carbons.
Activated Carbon is commonly used to adsorb natural organic compounds, taste and odour compounds, and synthetic organic chemicals in drinking water treatment. Adsorption is both physical as well as chemical process of accumulating a substance at the interface between liquid and solids phases. Activated Carbon is an effective adsorbent owing to its high porosity and availability of a larger surface area for better and efficient contaminant adsorption. Activated Carbon is available as Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC) and Granular Activated Carbon (GAC).
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Activated carbon is useful in drinking water treatment because it acts as an adsorbent , and can effectively remove particles and organics from water. These organics are of great concern in water treatment because they react with many disinfectants, especially chlorine.
The use of granular Activated Carbon in wastewater treatment systems is a proven process for removal of organic compounds. As a tertiary treatment method, carbon adsorption and regeneration have been used to process domestic wastewaters contaminated with industrial wastes of organic origin as well as biologically treated waste waters. Activated Carbon, when contacted with water containing organic material, will remove these compounds selectively by a combination of adsorption of the less polar molecules, filtration of the larger particles, and partial deposition of colloidal material on the exterior surface. The quantity of Activated Carbon required will depend upon the degree of contamination.
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