Carbon Activated Powder
Product Class Food & Beverages
An amorphous form of carbon characterized by high adsorptivity for many gases, vapors, and colloidal solids. The carbon is obtained by the destructive distillation of wood, nutshells, animall bones, or other carbonaceous material. The internal surface area of activated carbon averages approximately 10,000 square feet per gram. It is not effective in removing ethylene.
Hazardous Substance. Refer to manufacturer MSDS. Available upon request.
Decolorizing of sugar, water and air purification, solvent recovery, waste treatment, removal of sulfur dioxide from stack gases and "clean" rooms, deodorant, removal of jet fumes from airports, catalyst for natural-gas purification, brewing, chromium electroplating, air-conditioning.