Manufacturer and Connoisseur of Activated Carbon
GAC is a form of irregular shaped activated carbon with particle size greater than 0.2 mm (70 ASTM Mesh).
Owing to their larger particle size compared to PAC and superior mechanical properties they are mainly used in applications with rigorous process conditions such as high flow rate and pressure drop. Particle sizes between 0.2 to 2 mm are typically used for liquid phase applications because rate of adsorption whereas is more important than pressure drop issue and between 2 to 5 mm are typically used for gas/vapor phase applications because pressure drop is a more critical factor than rate of adsorption.
SpaceBlack Adsorbents provides GAC derived from 2 raw materials viz., coal and coconut shell, each available in various mesh sizes and standard as well as customizable properties. We have the capability to manufacture GAC through both steam activation and chemical activation routes. We also offer unwashed, water washed and acid washed grades with tailorable adsorption properties.
To remove DBPs, taste and odour compounds, pesticides, algal toxins, bacteria, viruses, endocrine-disrupting compounds, pharma and cosmetic compounds, and other organic matter
To remove organic matters, colour and odorous compounds, pharmaceutical compounds, cosmetic products, endocrine disrupting compounds, hormones, iodinated contrast media, and contaminants of emerging concern
To remove organic compounds (COD & BOD), colour and odour compounds, industrial chemicals, surfactants, pesticides, aromatic hydrocarbons, organic halides, etc.
To remove a variety of contaminants such as COD & BOD, VOCs, aromatic hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulfide, perflourinated compounds, perchlorates, PAHs, MTBEs, THMs, TCEs, tetrachloroethylenes, and colour compounds
To remove traces of organic and inorganic compounds, metals, dissolved minerals and particulate substances, and dissolved gases
To achieve specific levels of demineralization, deionization or softening of water
To remove organic compounds such as pesticides, herbicides, phenols, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons and their chlorinated counterparts, dyes, surfactants, organic sulfur compounds, ethers, amines, nitro compounds, and endocrine disrupting compounds
To reduce organic contaminants in water such as COD & BOD, organic halogens, pesticides, chloramines, acetone, methylene chloride, trichloroethylene, toluene, xylene, naphthalene, phenol, tannins, colours, and other toxic substances
To remove the organic contaminants, PFAS, colour bodies, and other toxic compounds
To remove mercury, VOCs, dioxins and furans from flue gas emissions in air
To ensure specific purity of air required for production of metals, chemicals, solvents, and gases
To contain and remove odorous impurities from air such as organic compounds, hydrogen sulphide, amines, and mercaptans
To remove high concentrations of organic pollutants in air from remediation sites such as soil venting and air stripping
To mitigate loss of volatile hydrocarbon solvent vapours in air
To remove acidic gases such as hydrogen sulphide and sulphur dioxide and basic gases such as ammonia and sodium hydroxide from air
To filter toxic gases produced during burning of cigarettes without affecting the flavor and aroma of the smoke
To prevent organic pollutants and malodorous compounds from circulating inside car
To remove hyrogen sulfide, mercaptans, traces of mercury and other impurities from natural gas
To separate one or more components from a gaseous mixture
To remove traces of oil, hydrocarbons and other impurities from recycled compressed gas
To remove unwanted by-products such as hydrogen gas and light hydrocarbons from catalytic reformer gas
To store large volumes of gas such as methane, carbon dioxide and nitrogen at relatively low pressures
To combat the issue of gasoline vapour emissions from vehicle engines
To capture carbon dioixe and ethylene from scrubber systems used in fruit storage facilties
To separate or purify the petrochemical products from by-products (such as HPNAs formed during hydrocracking) and impurities (such as traces of oil in steam condensate)
To remove colour impurities (such as tannins and anthocyanins) and organic toxins (mainly PAHs) from crude oil
To purify water and CO2 used in soft drinks; modify colour and taste of alcohols; remove odour from fermentation process; provide aging stability
To remove patulin from fruit pulp and improve colour and flavour
To decolorize raw sugar by removal of colour impurities such as caramel, polyphenols, and melanoidins
To remove undesirable colour and taste as well as unwanted by-products formed during production of sweeteners
To reduce bulk colour and fatty acids of crude glycerine and control ageing of final product
To remove colour, taste, odour and other organic impurities from raw collagen
To remove unwanted organics and dirt impurities from from cassava root extract
To remove fermentation based colour and organic impurities during production of MSG and lactic acid
To refine ingredients used in manufacturing of vitamin supplements
To decaffeinate or optimize the caffeine content in tea and coffee
To be used as a food colorant in bakery items, ice creams, candies, etc.
To adsorb the gold metal complex by passing through a series of vessels in countercurrent direction to the the flow of pulp
To be used in face masks for protection against various airborne pollutants, NIOSH gases, organic vapours, acidic/basic gases, etc.
To be used in industrial respirators for protection against various industrial chemical vapours
To be used in full-proof gas masks for protection against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear gaseous (CBRN) agents