Activated Carbon Coconut Shell Based - Granular

Activated carbon is the heating of raw materials at a very high temperature until the moisture in the material evaporates.  This process is called carbonization and essentially converts the raw material to carbon.  Carbonization creates the porous that adsorbs odors and organic chemical.  Raw materials often used to create activated carbon include shells of plants and wood materials.

Coconut shells are commonly used to create a version of Activated Carbon that is highly porous giving it the capacity for high adsorption.  Activated Carbon of coconut shell has low dust and high hardness.  Because of it’s effectiveness in adsorption and it’s a renewable raw material, Activated Carbon of coconut shell is a popular choice for filtration.

Activated Carbon of Coconut Shell is available in a variety of mesh sizes.  Mesh size refers to the size of the granular media.  The smaller the mesh size, the bigger the granular. Granules are effective in filtering impurities from both air and water.   Different mesh sizes are used depending on the filtration volume and application.