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Extruded AC Pellets

AC Pellets are a cylindrical form of activated carbon with pellet diameters typically ranging from 0.8 to 5 mm. They are normally formed by compressing wet mixtures of charcoal/activated carbon and suitable binder.

Owing to their uniform and large particle size, good hardness and very low dusting characteristics they are much more suitable in applications for withstanding high pressure drop, especially air/gas/vapour phase applications.

SpaceBlack Adsorbents provides AC pellets derived from 2 raw materials viz., coal and wood, each available in various sizes and standard as well as customizable properties. We have the capability to manufacture AC pellets through both steam activation and chemical activation routes. We also offer unwashed, water washed and acid washed grades with tailorable adsorption properties.

Grades Series

Commonly Used For

Flue Gas

To remove mercury, VOCs, dioxins and furans from flue gas emissions in air  

Industrial Process Air

To ensure specific purity of air required for production of metals, chemicals, solvents, and gases

Odour Removal

To contain and remove odorous impurities from air such as organic compounds, hydrogen sulphide, amines, and mercaptans

Remediation Air

To remove high concentrations of organic pollutants in air from remediation sites such as soil venting and air stripping

Solvent Recovery

To mitigate loss of volatile hydrocarbon solvent vapours in air

Natural Gas

To remove hyrogen sulfide, mercaptans, traces of mercury and other impurities from natural gas

Pressure Swing Adsorption

To separate one or more components from a gaseous mixture

Compressed Gas

To remove traces of oil, hydrocarbons and other impurities from recycled compressed gas

Reformer Gas

To remove unwanted by-products such as hydrogen gas and light hydrocarbons from catalytic reformer gas

Gas Storage

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

Fruit Storage

To capture carbon dioixe and ethylene from scrubber systems used in fruit storage facilties