The activated carbon filter cartridge is made of high-quality shell carbon and coal-based activated carbon, supplemented by food-grade binders. It is processed by special techniques with high technology. It integrates adsorption, filtration, interception, and catalysis and can effectively remove organic matter, residual chlorine and other radioactive substances in water, and has the effect of discoloration and odor removal, making it ideal for liquid and air purification industry.
Activated carbon is mainly made of substances with high carbon content, such as wood, coal, nutshell, bone, petroleum residue, and so on, with coconut shells as the most commonly used raw material. Under the same conditions, the active quality and other characteristics of coconut shell activity are the best, because it has the largest specific surface.
Activated carbon is multi-pore charcoal with a very rich pore structure and good adsorption characteristics. Its adsorption is made by physical and chemical absorption, and its appearance is black. In addition to the main charcoal, it contains a small amount of hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. Its structure is similar to a hexagon.
The activated carbon filter cartridge has a true deep structure with dual functions of filtration and purification. The filter cartridge has a nominal filtration accuracy of 10 microns. No filter aids need to be added during use, and no filtration after carbon treatment is required. Each activated carbon filter cartridge contains many plant sulfur-free activated carbon particles. It is used for the cleaning of electroplating liquid, and the plating layer is pinhole or brittle due to the fact that the filter cartridge does not precipitate fibers or other substances.