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Activated Carbon

Activated carbon is produced from coconut shells, wood, coal and other carbonaceous sources. During the activation process, pure carbon is extracted from these materials by a superheating method known as pyrolysis.​

Our activated carbon products effectively remove pollutants, contaminants and other impurities from water, air, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals and more.We complement our activated carbon products with on-site systems and services, as well as reactivation solutions, to help meet your specific needs.

The qualities of our final product depend on:

  • the type of raw material used

  • the length of the activation and rate of reaction

  • the reaction temperature

  • the type and concentration of the oxidizing gases

The two principal mechanisms by which activated carbon removes contaminants from water are adsorption and catalytic reduction.  Organics are removed by adsorption and residual disinfectants are removed by catalytic reduction.

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We offer a wide range of industry-leading activated carbon solutions, each with their own uses and applications, in three major product groups:


  • Coal based

  • Wood based

  • Coconut shell based

  • Rice Husk based

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