Activated carbon

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The coconut shell activated carbon is a small molecular pore structure. The activated carbon is placed in the water. When the water molecules are adsorbed, the air discharged will produce many very small blisters (which can be seen by the naked eye), and the dense floating water will continuously float to the surface. The coal-based activated carbon is generally a macromolecular pore structure, and the bubble phase produced is also made of high-quality fruit shell coconut shell walnut shell, fruit shell charcoal or various shells as raw materials, through special physical or chemical methods. Processed, a carbon product with developed pore structure and specific surface area. Due to its special void structure, it has strong adsorption capacity, so it is widely used in air purification, anti-virus protection, water treatment, solvent. Industrial and civil fields such as bleaching.

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