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Activated Carbon Filter Media 450 i/v
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Activated Carbon Filter Media 450 i/v

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  • Coal based activated carbon having Iodine Valve 1000.

  • Ideal for water treatment application for Industrial RO & ACF Plants in ETP & STP.

  • Low moisture Content for better results.

  • Comes in a bag size of 25 Kg for easy handling.

  • Having a purity Index of 99.9%.

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Activated Carbon Filter Media 450 i/v is a processed granular carbon in which the surface area of the carbon is increased by having small and low volume pores in it., This process helps in adsorption or chemical reactions. High surface area provides an activation level sufficient for useful application in water treatment. 

Technical Specifications of Activated Carbon Filter Media 450 i/v:- 

 

Type- Granular

Iodine Valve - 1000

Usage/Application - Industrial

Bag Packaging Size - 25 kg

Moisture Content - 5-10%

Ph Value - 5-7

elf Life - 1 year

Color - Black

Brand - Pearl 

Purity - 99.9%

Base - Coal Base


  • Industrial RO Spares - Filter Media
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Organic matters , constituents and residual disinfectants like chlorine are commonly removed from water with the help of  activated carbon. It improves the taste of the treated water as well as lowers other health hazards , in addition it also safeguards other water treatment systems like RO membranes and ion exchange resins from damage which may occur due to oxidation or organic fouling. Treating water with activated carbon is a preferred  water treatment technique due to its multifunctional nature. 

Application areas of Activated Carbon Filter Media 450 i/v:-

Activated carbon is used in many industries and for wide application from water treatment to Medical use , air purification to sewage treatment.In water treatment systems like RO Plants  or water softeners its placed upstream of ion exchange or membranes to remove chlorine. In sewage treatment it's placed in treatment after chlorine is introduced in the water to ensure that chlorine is able to act as a disinfectant and further residual chlorine is absorbed by the activated carbon block.

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