Adsorbent Purification and Separations
Activated carbons are carbonaceous adsorbents with a highly crystalline form and high internal pore structure. A wide variety of activated carbon products are available depending upon the starting raw material and activation technique. Activated carbons are used to recover organic solvents, purify CO2 from fermentation processes, purification of drinking water, amine and glycol treating. decolorizing of water, and various other chemical and petrochemical processes. Activated carbon has an incredibly large surface area per unit volume at over 900 m2/g and a network of submicroscopic pores.
Micropore region - less than 100 Angstroms
Mesopore region - between 100 and 1,000 Angstroms
Macropore region - greater than 1,000 Angstroms
A broad range of pore sizes is available for both gases and liquids
|Carbon Types and Applications
|Coconut Shell||High Efficiency Removal of Color Bodies from Water and
|Granular Coal Based
||Removal of color bodies and impurities from a variety of
liquids. Used for solvent recovery.
|Pelletized Coal Based
||Carbon pellet for various purification applications.
|High Surface Area Coal Based Pelletized
||High surface area carbon pellet for greater performance.
||Treats and neutralizes acid gases
|Pressure Swing Adsorption Grade
||High density product to prevent fluidization in pressure
|SOx and NOx removal grade
||Proprietary promoted carbonaceous material for the removal
of SOx and NOx
||High capacity sulfur guard bed adsorbent. Removes up to 15 wt% total S.|
|Mercury Removal Carbon
||Removes mercury from liquids and gases
|Carbon Molecular Sieve
||High surface area adsorbent for producing nitrogen.
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