Empowering Industries with High-Quality Activated Carbon Solutions

Activated carbon can adsorb organic matter and impurities in water, including chlorine, drugs, pesticides, heavy metals, etc. It is commonly used in purifying tap water and wastewater treatment.

Activated carbon can adsorb harmful gases and odors in the air, such as formaldehyde, benzene, carbon dioxide, etc. It is widely used in air purifiers, car air purification, and smoke purification, etc.

Activated carbon can be used to adsorb harmful gases and vapors, such as chlorine, hydrogen chloride, sulfur dioxide, etc. It can also be used as a catalyst carrier or thermal storage medium.

Activated carbon can be used to remove pigments, odors, and harmful substances in food, such as benzo[a]pyrene, glyphosate, etc. It is commonly used in the processing of beverages, beer, candy, and other food products.

Activated carbon can be used for separation and purification of drug components. It can also be used as an excipient in pharmaceutical products such as oral tablets, topical ointments, etc.

Activated carbon can be used to extract metal ions from metal solutions, such as copper, nickel, zinc, silver, etc. It is commonly used in metallurgy, electronics, chemical industry, and other fields.


Activated carbon, also known as activated charcoal, is a form of carbon that has been processed to have a large surface area, allowing it to effectively adsorb a wide range of substances. This porous material is commonly used in air and water filtration, as well as for various industrial and medical applications.

Activated carbon is made from carbonaceous materials, such as wood, coconut shells, peat, or coal, which are heated to high temperatures in the presence of a gas, such as steam or carbon dioxide. This process removes any volatile components and creates a porous structure, increasing its surface area and adsorption capacity.

Activated carbon is widely used in air and water purification, as it can effectively remove contaminants, odors, and color. It is also used in the food and beverage industry, pharmaceuticals, and for the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from industrial emissions.

Activated carbon removes impurities through a process called adsorption, where molecules from gases or liquids are attracted to and adhere to the surface of the activated carbon. The large surface area of activated carbon allows it to effectively capture and hold a wide range of contaminants.

While activated carbon is highly effective at removing many contaminants, it is not effective for all substances. For example, it cannot remove dissolved minerals, salts, or heavy metals that are in ionic form. In such cases, other water treatment methods, like reverse osmosis or ion exchange, may be more appropriate.

The frequency at which activated carbon should be replaced depends on its usage and the specific application. In general, it should be replaced when its adsorption capacity has been exhausted, which can be indicated by a decrease in performance or breakthrough of contaminants. Regular monitoring and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance.

Activated carbon is considered an environmentally friendly material because it is derived from renewable resources, such as wood and coconut shells. Additionally, it can often be reactivated and reused, reducing waste. However, the production process does generate some emissions, and proper disposal or regeneration is necessary to minimize environmental impact.

Granular activated carbon (GAC) consists of small, irregularly shaped particles, while powdered activated carbon (PAC) is a fine powder. GAC is commonly used in fixed-bed adsorption systems, such as water filters and air purifiers, while PAC is often used as a short-term treatment solution in various industries, such as the removal of taste and odor from drinking water.

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