Activated carbon fiber
In the past, crushing, granulation and powder were mainly used, but fibrous activated carbon obtained by carbonization of cellulose-based raw materials has been developed and widely used in various fields, and is called the third most important activated carbon. Activated carbon fibers are widely used in areas where their properties are eectively applied, such as organic solvent recovery devices, deodorization devices, various cleaning devices, masks and insoles.
Activated carbon fiber (ACF) is a highly versatile filtration material that offers exceptional adsorption properties. With its unique structure and high surface area, activated carbon fiber is widely used in various applications, ranging from air and water filtration to protective clothing and energy storage.
Activated carbon fiber cloth and activated carbon fiber felt are two common forms of ACF. These materials are manufactured by converting carbon-rich fibers, such as rayon or polyacrylonitrile, into activated carbon through a process of activation. The resulting activated carbon fibers have a porous structure that enables efficient adsorption of gases, vapors, and contaminants.
Carbon fiber filter fabric, made from activated carbon fiber, is commonly used in air and gas filtration systems. The fine fibers and high surface area of activated carbon fiber fabric allow for effective removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), odors, and harmful gases, ensuring cleaner and healthier air quality.
In addition to air filtration, activated carbon fiber has found applications in water treatment. Activated carbon fiber cloth is used in water filters to remove impurities, chlorine, and organic compounds, improving the taste and purity of the water supply.
The unique properties of activated carbon fiber also make it suitable for other applications. It is utilized in protective clothing and masks to provide enhanced adsorption of toxic substances and protect against chemical and biological hazards. Furthermore, activated carbon fiber is being explored for energy storage applications due to its high electrical conductivity and large surface area.
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01. The adsorption surface area is very large
700~2000 m2/g is very large and has very small pores with a diameter pores from 5 to 100 Å. Compared to granular activated coal, its average adsorption capacity is from 1.5 to several times.
02. Adsorption rate is fast
The outer surface area is large, and the pores actually involved in adsorption open on the surface of the fiber, so the adsorption rate is high. Speed desorption is also greater than the adsorption rate.
03. Large adsorption capacity The adsorption rate is usually 10-100 times faster than that of granulated activated carbon
04. Less performance degradation due to repetition adsorption and desorption, as well as ease of molding. Since it is fibrous, processing (shaping) is easy. You can choose the method suitable for the application, such as Paper, Honeycomb, Cartridge, etc.