Activated Carbon india  is a black, solid (powdered, granular or palletized) material resembling charcoal.

It is an extremely porous material with a large internal surface area which accounts for its power to hold impurities, contaminants or colour bodies by a process known as adsorption. Interestingly, one kg of Activated Carbon india can have a surface area of as much as 500 Acres. It is not hard to imagine enormous accumulation of impurities on such a vast area in such a small volume.

Activated Carbon india  can be manufactured from any carbonaceous material like wood, saw dust coal, lignites, fruit shells etc. either by Chemical activation which entails impregnation of a chemical on the raw material and heating it to temperature above 450 °C or by steam activation wherein superheated steam is reacted with a carbonanised material at a high temperature (900-10000 °C) in a rotary kiln.Activated Carbon india 1
Pores in Activated Carbon india  have numerous sizes & shapes. Pore sizes have been classified into three types: Micropores (pore dia less than 20 nm), Mesopores (pore dia 20-200 nm) & Macropores (200 nm & above). While Micropore contribute maximum to the surface area, the meso & micropres serve as ‘roads’ & ‘streets’ leading to micropres. Since Activated Carbon india is absolutely opaque and can neither be melted nor dissolved and it is not possible to subject it to various analytical techniques. We give below picture conceiving its structure:

The process of Adsorption depends on several factors like pH temperature, solvent-salute interactions, pore-size distribution etc. Performance of an activated carbon will depend on several factors like its raw material, method of activation, temperatures of carbonisation & activation etc. It is said that Activated Carbon india has a ‘memory’ or ‘inheritance’.

Activated Carbon indiaIt is, therefore, imperative that a user must try several carbons before settling for a grade. It must be kept in mind that there is no such carbon which is universally good regardless of its price. It is also equally important that the user weighs the performance of activated carbon india from the angle of effect received per unit of money spent rather that per kg of carbon used.
As for regeneration of spent carbon while powdered carbons cannot be conveniently regenerated, Granular Carbons can be regenerated at temperatures above 600-700° C in specially designed furnaces. Where substantial tonnage is used, manufactures should be asked to help.

Activated carbon india, also called activated charcoal, activated coal, or carbo activatus, is a form of carbon processed to be riddled with small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions.[1] Activated is sometimes substituted with active.

Due to its high degree of microporosity, just one gram of activated carbon has a surface area in excess of 500 m2, as determined by gas adsorption. An activation level sufficient for useful application may be attained solely from high surface area; however, further chemical treatment often enhances adsorption properties.

Activated carbon india  is usually derived from charcoal and increasingly, high-porosity biochar. It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, a list of the most important medications needed in a basic health system.
Use of Activated Carbon india , particularly the powdered variety is somewhat messy but there seems to be no substitute carbon for at least in the foreseeable future.
It is very important to note that a single use of Activated Carbon india may not fully exhaust its entire capacity almost one third capacity may remain unutilized. Therefore a judicious use of carbon may result in substantial savings. Details can be sent on request.

Powdered varieties of Activated Carbon india are used in liquid phase application primarily for removal of undesired colour, smell and other impurities in many types of industries including basic drugs, fine chemicals, glucose, sugar, electroplating plasticizers and so on. Quite often, powdered carbon is washed with acid and then, repeatedly with water & dried to minimize impurities like soluble ash-iron, heavy metals etc. Activated Carbon is invariably used in a batch process at the penultimate stage of manufacture of a product. A pre-determined quantity of activated carbon is added to a solution and after stirring for a certain contact time mostly at elevated temperature carbon is filtered out or settled to get a sparkling colour free solutions from which product is recovered.
It is pertinent to mention that use of powdered activated carbon india  apart from decolourising imparts several other benefits like longer shelf life, truer, and bolder crystals, closer melting and boiling points etc.

Granular activated carbons india  are mostly made from Coconut Shells on petroleum coke, bituminous coal or lignite. Granular activated carbon is used in continuous process in areas like water treatment (drinking & effluent water), removal of mercury from effluents or alkali cells, solvent recovery, gold recovery, removal of odour, gas masks, as catalyst carrier, for decholorination of water, purification & separation of gases, kitchen hoods, dry cleaning etc.

 

Activated carbon india, also called activated charcoal, activated coal, or carbo activatus, is a form of carbon processed to be riddled with small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions.[1] Activated is sometimes substituted with active.Activated-carbon-mumbai

Due to its high degree of microporosity, just one gram of activated carbon has a surface area in excess of 500 m2, as determined by gas adsorption. An activation level sufficient for useful application may be attained solely from high surface area; however, further chemical treatment often enhances adsorption properties.

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Activated carbon india  is usually derived from charcoal and increasingly, high-porosity biochar. It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, a list of the most important medication needed in a basic health system. Activated-carbon-jaychemmarketingActivated-carbon-jaychemmarketing.com

 

We use Pinewood Sawdust Base to produce different grades of Chemically Activated Carbons and use Wood Charcoal Base or Coal Base to produce different grades of Steam Activated Carbons india. We can also manufacture carbons as per customers specifications.

We can offer all technical assistance to any user including suggestions about what grade to use for an application and also how to draw maximum benefit from the use of a carbon.

 

In the last decade public awareness and concern over the quality of drinking water has resulted in more and more consumers turning to point-of-use devices for treating water to their own desired level of quality. This is reflected in the market for home water filters, designed to remove objectionable tastes and odors and organic contaminants from water, which has experienced substantial growth.

The material in these filters, activated carbon, is recognized as effective and reliable in removing impurities. Activated carbon has a tremendous adsorptive capacity, an affinity for a wide variety of dissolved organics and chlorine and an ability to be custom-tailored to suit specific applications.  But what is activated carbon, and how does it work? How do carbon products differ? How do products and operating conditions affect the efficiency of a POU treatment system?

What Is Activated Carbon india?

Activated carbon has an incredibly large surface area per nit volume, and a network of submicroscopic pores where adsorption takes place.

The primary raw material used for activated carbon is any organic material with a high carbon content (coal, wood, peat, coconut shells). Granular activated carbon media is most commonly produced by grinding the raw material, adding a suitable binder to give it hardness, re-compacting and crushing to the correct size.

The carbon-based material is converted to activated carbon by thermal decomposition in a furnace using a controlled atmosphere and heat. The resultant product has an incredibly large surface area per unit volume, and a network of submicroscopic pores where adsorption takes place.

The walls of the pores provide the surface layer molecules essential for adsorption. Amazingly, one pound of carbon (a quart container) provides a surface area equivalent to six football fields.

How Does Activated Carbon india  Work?

Physical adsorption is the primary means by which activated carbon works to remove contaminants from water. Carbon’s highly porous nature provides a large surface area for contaminants (adsorbates) to collect. In simple terms, physical adsorption occurs because all molecules exert attractive forces, especially molecules at the surface of a solid (pore walls of carbon), and these surface molecules seek other molecules to adhere to.

The large internal surface area of carbon has many attractive forces that work to attract other molecules. Thus, contaminants in water are adsorbed (or held) to the surface of carbon by surface attractive forces similar to gravitational forces. Adsorption from solution occurs as a result of differences in adsorbate concentration in the solution and in the carbon pores.

The adsorbate migrates from the solution through the pore channels to reach the area where the strongest attractive forces are. With this understanding of how the adsorption process works, we must then understand why it works, or why water contaminants become adsorbates. Water contaminants adsorb because the attraction of the carbon surface for them is stronger than the attractive forces that keep them dissolved in solution.

Those compounds that are more adsorbable onto activated carbon generally have a lower water solubility, are organic (made up of carbon atoms), have a higher molecular weight and a neutral or non-polar chemical nature. It should be pointed out that for water adsorbates to become physically adsorbed onto activated carbon, they must be both dissolved in water and smaller than the size of the carbon pore openings so that they can pass into the carbon pores and accumulate.

Besides physical adsorption, chemical reactions can occur on a carbon surface. One such reaction is chlorine removal from water involving the chemical reaction of chlorine with carbon to form chloride ions. This reaction is important to POU treatment because this conversion of chlorine to chloride is the basis for the removal of some common objectionable tastes and odors from drinking water. Water contaminants adsorb because the attraction of the carbon surface for them is stronger than the attractive forces that keep them dissolved in solution.

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