Catalytic carbon is a class of activated carbon that is used to eliminate chloramines and hydrogen sulfide to clean drinking water. Made of activated coconut shell carbon , this form of activated carbon is highly activated by catalyzed iron-hydroxide and hence the name. This helps enhance the adsorption of negatively charged contaminants. Iron catalyst is known for having the highest oxidation and adsorption pores both inside and outside the activated carbon. Catalytic carbon is regenerable and used for several applications.
Applications of Catalytic Activated Carbon
- - Adsorption of organic contaminants
- - Adsorption of inorganic contaminants
- - Mechanical filtration purposes
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Benefits of Catalytic Activated Carbon
Effective removal of several contaminants
It effectively removes pesticides, TCE, PCE, THMs, hydrogen sulfides, hydrogen peroxides, detergents, taste, and odor.
Catalytic carbon has no impregnates
Since catalytic activated carbon has no impregnates there is no concern of reduced organic odor capacity. It is created by altering activated carbon’s surface structure. This modification takes place through gas processing at high temperatures that help change the electronic structure. This process also creates the highest level of catalytic carbon activity which works perfectly for the removal of chloramines and H2S in water.
Fast chemical reaction
Owing to its fast chemical reaction, catalytic activated carbon is known for less carbon and smaller equipment.
Low operational costs and extended service life
Due to on-site regeneration, there are lower operating costs and extended service life. Besides, you do not have to worry about exothermic reactions, toxic disposal, and ignition temperature.
No risk of deterioration
Chloramines can deteriorate gasket, o-rings, and rubber seals and that’s why using catalytic carbon for the removal of the chemical disinfectants without damaging your water appliances.