Go Green With Activated Carbon
Activated carbon is an extremely porous material that has been processed by changing the molecular composition of feedstock, such as wood, bamboo, and coconut shells, flax, straw, and corn stalks. The porous nature of activated carbon makes it ideal for the adsorption of pollutants as a liquid or a gas is passed through. With adsorption, the organic molecules of a pollutant are attracted and bound to the surface of the activated carbon pores. This makes activated carbon a very effective product for filtration.
Harness the Power of the Unique CarbonB™ System
Our patented CarbonB™ activation system uses low volumes of oxygen and a thermal process to change the molecular structure and chemical composition of wood feedstock in a closed-environment batch system.
How it Works
The molecular structure of hydrocarbons in wood feedstock is continuously broken down by combining low temperature heating in pressurized containers with controlled, low-volume air circulation to create a completely controlled conversion process.
The patented, low-heat CarbonB™ process uses batch processing, downdraft air, pressure, and Autoclave Processing Modules (APMs) to create unprecedented control. Sensors monitor the process and all controls are automatically adjusted to achieve complete conversion of the wood feedstock to active carbon. Once the process is completed, the container is removed from the autoclave, a new container is loaded, and the process continues.
Recognized by the USDA
Our engineered group of products (metal manufacturing, filtration, carbon black and biochar) are certified USDA Bio-Preferred.