Activated Carbon

activated carbon

The microporous nature of coconut shell carbons, combined with their high hardness and low dust content, results in very large internal surface areas, making them highly suitable for water and critical air applications. These carbons are particularly ideal for use in point-of-use water filters and respirators.

  • These materials possess an exceptionally high surface area, primarily consisting of micropores.
  • They exhibit a high level of hardness while producing minimal dust.
  • The products are of excellent purity, with ash content typically not exceeding 3-5%.
  • The raw material used is renewable and eco-friendly.


In water treatment, flocculation and coagulation are methods utilized to eliminate suspended solids by destabilizing the suspended particles in water solutions. Coagulation involves the amalgamation or clumping of particles, whereas flocculation refers to the settling of coagulated particles. These processes aim to neutralize and remove the charge density of particles through coagulation, which helps facilitate the bonding of particles through flocculation. This, in turn, causes the larger, aggregated particles to separate from the water and settle at the bottom.

Calcium Chloride

calcium chloride

Calcium Chloride is a chemical compound made up of calcium and chlorine with the formula CaCl2 and CAS 10043-52-4. It appears as a colorless crystalline solid at room temperature and is extremely soluble in water. Calcium chloride finds its application in various industries such as de-icing agents, road surfacing, water treatment for increasing water hardness, and as an additive in fire extinguishers and plastics. Additionally, it is also used to suppress the formation of dust.

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