The primary raw material used in the production of our activated carbons is bituminous coal that is crushed, sized and processed in low-temperature bakers followed by high-temperature activation furnaces. The structure of our activated carbon is one of the reasons its considered the best in the market. Its about whats on the inside.
Coal based activated carbon is available in four different types of base material - bituminous, sub bituminous, anthracite, & lignite, consisting of micro, meso and macro pore structures. This unique pore distribution makes coal based activated carbon ideal to remove small to large molecular structures. Typical applications include but not limited to odor control in liquid & vapor phase applications, Bituminous coal-based activated carbons modified with Jan 01, 2004 · Activated carbon used in this study is a bituminous coal-based carbon obtained at 900 °C. Incorporation of heteroatoms can be inhibited on such materials due to their high degree of aromatization (atomic ratio H/C equals to 0.11). Melamine precursor contains more weight percent of nitrogen in its structure than urea.
Materials:selected grades of bituminous coal Carbonized and activated via chemical and physical method,under process of after treatment With large surface area, developed micropore and porousstructure, especially micro pore volume Fast filtration, low products retention, easy wettability andminimum dusting characteristics
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