activated carbon air filter pellets
Activated Carbon pellets are used to absorb the airborne volatile organic compounds
Activated carbon is produced from materials which contain a high content of carbon, such as coal, wood and coconut shells. The carbon undergoes a steam or chemical activation process which expands the pore structure of the material and produces a large internal surface area. Internal surface areas of 800 to 1200m²/g can be produced, making activated carbon an efficient and effective adsorbent. Activated carbon is available in granular, pellet, and powder forms.
Treatment of cooking odours
Industrial air filtration.
Removal of exhaust fumes.
Toxic gas control.
Waste water treatment