Many industries and process applications depend on our granular activated carbon (GAC) to purify water in order to meet stringent industrial process requirements, including beverage production, energy, life sciences and microelectronics.
These industries rely on municipal tap water, which often contains organic contaminants. Among other things, these contaminants can negatively impact an industrial plant’s efficiency and assets, the safety of water used to treat hemodialysis patients, the purity of water required to manufacture pharmaceuticals, microelectronics and photovoltaics, and simply the taste of bottled water.
For these critical applications, activated carbon is recognized as the most reliable and best available technology to remove organic and chemical contaminants in order to meet process water purity requirements for a wide range of applications such as:
Polishing, oxidation, and reduction of residual chlorine, chloramines, hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen peroxide from municipal water treatment plants.
High purity and consistent condensate, guaranteed low silica leaching levels to eliminate heat transfer resistance in boilers, efficient removal of mineral oil from condensate, and maximized return of condensate to boiler’s feed water.
Pharmaceutical. For the removal of chlorine, chloramine and organics to help protect downstream reverse osmosis (RO) membranes and provide infection-free water for drug discovery, development and manufacturing.
Microelectronics. For the removal of particulates, ionic contaminants, inorganics and adjusts total organic carbon (TOC) levels to less than parts per billion
(ppb) levels, thereby helping customers improve yields and lower life cycle costs in the semiconductor, flat panel display and photovoltaics industries.
Hemodialysis. For the removal of organic contaminants, chlorine and chloramine from water, a critical step to providing ultrapure water for use in hemodialysis treatment for patients with compromised kidney function.
Adsorption of poly-aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), hormones and medicinal residues emanating from fish farms in freshwater and salt water environments.
Adsorption of chloramines, disinfection byproducts, and chlorine-nitrogen compounds that are irritating to swimmers (eyes, nose, breathing), and helps meet regulatory standards for potentially harmful contaminants.