What is an Activated Carbon?
Activated carbon, also called activated charcoal, is a form of carbon commonly used to filter contaminants from water and air, among many other uses.
It is processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions.
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Who is the supplier of granular activated carbon in South Africa?
Chemviron Carbon is the largest supplier of granular activated carbon to the water industry worldwide.
Cwenga Technologies and Chemviron Carbon have a working relationship going back to 1980. In 2001 Cwenga Technologies was appointed as sole agent of the full Chemviron Carbon range in Southern Africa.
How much does activated carbon cost per kg?
Coconut Shell Granular Activated Carbon
|1 Kg Bag||Rs 110|
|50 Kg Bag||Rs 5350|
How long does activated carbon last?
about 4-6 months
Activated carbon (AC) is one of the most widely used media for water filtration. It’s effective at removing chlorine taste and odor, and it’s recognized as being safe. However, most activated carbon filters have an indicated lifespan of about 4-6 months, after which they need to be replaced.
Is activated carbon expensive?
Activated carbon is a low-cost material with distinguishable properties like high specific surface area, high porosity, and desired surface functionalization.