The main objectives of drinking water treatment are to produce high quality water that is safe for human consumption, has aesthetic appeal, conforms to standards, and is economical in production. One of the tools that help to achieve these goals is activated carbon. 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, and cause the formation of disinfection-by-products, DBP's .These DBP's are often carcinogenic and therefore highly undesirable. Activated carbon is one of the best tools which can be used to reduce risks to human health and provide an aesthetically pleasing product at reasonable cost .Adsorption is the process by which Activated Carbon removes substances from water. It is a removal process where certain particles are bound to an adsorbent particle surface by either chemical or physical attraction. The water industry uses activated carbon in several forms, typically powdered and granular, to deal with a variety of undesirable aspects in raw water. Activated Carbon comes as a black, solid output that looks like charcoal. Composed to be a highly porous material, the granular activated carbon possesses a large internal surface area that gives it the ability to hold back impurities and contaminants. A kg of our GAC has on offer as much as 500 acres of surface area.
Our activated carbon products effectively remove pollutants, contaminants and other impurities from water, air, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals and more.
|Minimum Order Quantity||5000 Kilogram|
HS Code : 38021000
Silver Impregnated Activated Carbon (RADOSIL) is made from coconut shell and activated through high temperature high pressure steam. RADOSIL is impregnated with silver, a known bacteriostatic agent to inhibit the growth of bacteria within the carbon media. This product is used only for manufacturing or fabricating bacterio-static water filter products for home use, cartridges, potable water, and beverage water. This product is totally compatible with all municipal water treatment use.
Product Unit Description
Product Range Available
Activity (ASTM 3467) (CTC)
Particle Size (US Mesh)
4x8, 8x16, 16x32 US Mesh available
Iodine (mg/g) Minimum
Ash Content (%) (ASTM 2866)
Apparent Density (ASTM 2864) (g/cc)
Hardness (ASTM 3802) (%) Minimum
Bulk Density (lb/ft3)
Silver Impregnation (%)
0.1% , 0.2%, 0.4%
HS Code : 38021000
The Pelletized Activated Carbon is a cylindrical-shaped carbon made from a carefully selected grade of coal. It is pelletised under rigidly controlled conditions using a high quality binder. This activated carbon possesses high mechanical strength and lends itself well to numerous cycles of regeneration. Its shape offers a low flow resistance.
Pelletized Activated Carbon is equivalent and even better then NORIT, JACOBI, Donau Carbon, etc
HS Code : 38021000
The Powder Activated Carbon (RADOPOL) from our outputs comes acknowledged as a product of great industrial usage. Composed from researched inputs, RADOPOL, our powder activated carbon has found great utility in various projects of scientific application around and along the various spectrums. RADOPOL is equivalent and even better then NORIT, JACOBI (Colorsorb), Donau Carbon (Carbopol), etc
Washed Powdered Activated Carbon
Quite often, powdered carbon is washed with acid and then, repeatedly with water dried to minimize impurities like soluble ash-iron, heavy metals etc.
Acid Washed grades of activated carbon
Acid Soluble (HCL)
6.0 to 7.5
98% passes through 100 mesh
Different base materials and the activation process results in unique pore size and pore distribution. The pore size grouping in carbon is commonly described by its pore diameter. Macropores (above 50 nanometers [nm] in diameter); mesopores (two to 50 nm diameter) and micropores (under two nm diameter). Another way to think of and visualize pore structure is transport and adsorption pores: transport pores bring adsorables to the adsorption pores.
Coconut shell-based activated carbons are the least dusty. Predominantly microporous, they are well-suited for organic chemical adsorption. Coconut shell-based carbon has the highest hardness compared to other types of activated carbons, which makes it the ideal carbon for water purification.Coconut shell activated carbon products are well known for their signature adsorptive properties.
Very large internal surface areas characterized by microporosity along with relatively high hardness and low dust make these carbons particularly attractive for water and critical air applications.