Coconut shell Activated Carbon has been used for over 100 years for gas filtration. The porous structure allows for a very high surface area, and the surface activity of the carbon attracts and holds molecules, thereby removing them from the air stream. The highly microporous structure of our coconut shell carbons is particularly suited to the removal of small molecules such as volatile organic compounds. The activity is very precisely specified for a particular application, and the high density and hardness provide for a robust bed that is resistant to rough usage. Alternatively, in car or room air filtration applications, the high purity and low dust content allow the carbons to be easily incorporated into laminated media, which is then pleated to allow maximum surface area and minimum pressure drop. The wide variety of available impregnation treatments broadens the range of applications to include many other organic and inorganic contaminants. Unpleasant odours from outside air often come from gaseous pollutants and other harmful substances, resulting in the pollution of cabin air that can be many times higher than the outside air.
CAR CABIN AND ROOM AIR PURIFIERS
FILTERS FOR PRODUCTION OF LIQUID OXYGEN (MEDICAL GRADE)
REMOVAL OF MERCURY FROM FLUE GASES AND OTHER CONTAINMENTS
GAS AND OTHER CONTAINMENT PURIFICATION IN INDUSTRIAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES.