Definition: Coconut shell activated carbon is a poriferous carbonized material that has abundant microporous structures and provides good absorption capacity.
Advantages: Low ash content, good strength, large specific surface area and absorption capacity, mechanical strength, small bed resistance, stable chemical properties, the uniform hole distribution, and low impurities and heavy metal content.
Materials: coconut shell, fruit shell, walnut shell, etc. Coconut shells are mainly produced in Hainan, China, or Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines. The fruit shells and walnut shells are mainly produced in Chengde, Shijiazhuang and Yunnan Province in China.
Application: Coconut shell activated carbon is mainly carbon particles in irregular shapes and is mainly used for potable water, wine-making, beverage, purification, decolorization, dechloridation and deodorization of potable water, alcohol and beverage and industrial wastewater, as well as gold purification, monosodium glutamate refinement (decolorization of the mother solution in production process), cigarette filters (to remove tar and nicotine) and may also be used in sweetening process in oil refinery.
|Size(mesh)||4-8, 6-12, 10-28, 12-20, 8-30, 12-30, 20-50mesh|
|Methylene Bblue Adsorption(mg/g)||135-210|
|PH||7-11 or 6.5-7.5 or 7-8.5|
Coconut shell pellet activated carbon