Coal-Based Briquette Drinking Water Activated Carbon
Product origin :Ningxia
Delivery time :10days
Supply capacity :500MT
Our coal-based granular activated carbon is made from high quality anthracite coal, taking advantage of advanced processing technology. They are well-developed porosity, large surface area, strong adsorption, high mechanical strength, easy to repeated regeneration, and low cost.
Our team are renowned for both their technical know-how, and their excellent customer service. we're committed to ensuring that the exact requirements of each individual are always met, and that any given application is matched to the right solution. Our products are used in many domestic and industrial applications, ranging from shoe insole deodorisers to the manufacture of complex industrial chemicals.
We provides a range of Granular Activated carbon (GAC) products for municipal water treatment. The key features of these products include optimum product selection, a flexible approach to adsorption, maximum volume activity and excellent thermal reactivation characteristics.
In a typical municipal water treatment plant, contaminated water is pumped into a flotation unit, which is used for the removal of suspended solids such as algae and particulate material. Dissolved air is injected under pressure into the unit through special nozzles. This creates microbubbles which become attached to the suspended solids, causing them to float. The result is a layer of suspended solids on the surface of the water, which is removed using a mechanical skimming technique.
Ozone is produced on site by passing high tension, high frequency electrical discharges through air in specially designed equipment. Ozone is injected into the water to provide a powerful bactericidal action and to break down the natural humic compounds that are the cause of the taste and odour problem.
The water then enters a rapid gravity filtration system filled, which is used to adsorb the compounds resulting from the ozone treatment. It was selected due to its high surface area and retentive pore structure, smaller molecules.