Activated carbon application and use
Activated carbon is used for water purification, wastewater treatment and air purification.
We import raw materials from carefully selected companies, such as Indonesia and the Philippines, to produce high quality functional activated carbon.
Activated carbon uses raw materials such as barberry husks, charcoal, wood synthetic resin, etc., and is turned into wood at 500-600°C and inert gas.
It is produced by activating the contact and reaction process with oxidising gases such as steam, carbon dioxide and air at a high temperature of 900 ~ 1000 ℃.
It is therefore an excellent adsorbent in the form of an amorphous aggregate with a much larger internal surface area and more developed micropores than conventional scaffolding.
Activated carbon has a very large specific surface area of more than 1000 m2 per 1 g and smaller pores, including macropores (more than 500 A in diameter) observable with an electron microscope.
Mesopores (less than 20-500), micropores (less than 20 micropores) have multiple pores and have the property to adsorb the surrounding liquid or gas, thus improving the quality water and the atmosphere.
It is effectively used to remove COD, BOD-increasing substances, heavy metals, volatile organic substances (VOCs), odorous gases and harmful gases in the environment.
Pore structure in activated carbon
Using activated carbon
Coconut shell activated carbon is used in a variety of industries. Some of these include: water treatment, gas treatment, food processing, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and electrode production. It can also be used in the manufacture of batteries, paints and varnishes and for gas purification.
- Research, deodorisation, improvement of crystallinity,
- Improved product stability Bleaching,
- deodorisation, removal of suspended solids
- Taste adjustment
- Removal of suspended solids
- Water treatment, removal of substances present
- semiconductor electronics
- Removal of toxic gases,
- removal of volatile organic compounds,
- Easy cleaning of acidic gases
- Alcohol industry
- Pharmaceutical manufacturing
- Petrochemical industry
- Metallurgical industry
- Salted water
- Gas cleaning,
- Surgical cleanliness always
- Gas masks
- Cleaning exhaust gas treatment
- poison gas removal
- Removal of grease in electroplating solution.
- Removal of floating pollution
- Gold mining
- Air treatment
- Water purification, washing-up liquid treatment
- Cigarette filters
The use of activated carbon
1. The cleaning function adsorbs and removes small amounts of unwanted components or components contained in the liquid or gas to be cleaned.
2. Collection or extraction. Once a valuable component or group of components is adsorbed and concentrated from a target liquid in which several components are mixed, it is separated and used.
3. Classification – Increase the value of each part by classifying the mixture into several components using a lock clutch.
4. By supporting and dispersing the catalyst over a large area of the catalyst surface and the activated carbon of the catalyst carrier, the catalytic reaction is effective for some time and promotes the adsorption of organic molecules.
5. The field of water treatment – Removal of compounds that cause bad taste and smell from soluble organic substances, removal of the finest organic contaminants
6. Cleaning and decolouration of liquids in the food industry
7. Cleaning liquids in the chemical and other industries
Products and equipment in which activated carbon is used
- Water treatment station
- Wastewater treatment plant
- Power plant wastewater treatment
- Air purifier,
- Air conditioning,
- Water purifier,
- Kitchen machine,
- Car air filter
- Canister gas mask,
- Radiation filter gas mask, Cigarette filter
- Vegetable oil, etc;
- Food cleaning equipment
- Semiconductor manufacturing plant