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Carb-Sorb Granular Activated Coconut Shell Carbon
Carb-Sorb is produced under controlled conditions through high temperature steam activation. Its pore structure enables it to be used for adsorption of both high and low molecule weight impurities from water and diverse liquids.
It is 12 x 40 mesh carbon and it is especially effective for adsorbing trace organic compounds such as vinyl chloride, MTBE, methylene chloride and trihalomethanes/disinfection by-products. Carb-Sorb is certified to NSF/ANSI 61 standard and complies with the requirements for activated carbon as defined by the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC) (8th Edition) published by the U.S. Pharmacopeia.
While US Water Systems has a strong preference for US Made Products, the fact of the matter is that the best premium-grade coconut shell carbon is made in Sri Lanka under very exacting standards and world-class processes. This is not from China, Taiwan or India, but rather from the World’s Best Coconut Shell Carbon Manufacturer which offers the greatest absorptive capability.
Features And Benefits
For those who insist on optimum performance, Carb-Sorb is the ultimate choice for water that’s more than good enough to drink. With a long service life and its’ high purity, Carb-Sorb is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and pure.
- Greater degree of contaminant removal
- Large and extensive internal pore structure
- Optimized density
- Maximum hardness
- Low dust and turbidity
- Excellent adsorption capacity
- High volume activity
- Rapid de-chlorination
- Low filtered water turbidity
- Residential water treatment systems - Point of Entry (POE) / Point of Use (POU)
- Beverage production
- Chlorine removal
- Protection of ion exchange resins from chlorine
- 1 cubic foot bags
- Approx. 27.5 pounds per cubic foot
- 40 bags to a skid
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