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activated carbon technology services

  • Laboratory Analytical Services

    We have our own laboratory with extensive capabilities located at the factory in Perth. The laboratory conducts both routine activated carbon analysis and application development studies. Our objective is to conduct any type of product development research to assist industries with their applications. Recent additions to our laboratory include a ...

    By Activated Carbon Technologies Pty Ltd based in Research, AUSTRALIA.

  • Permeable Reactive Barriers

    All One-Pass Trenching operations are performed under the water table in highly fluid soils. On contaminated sites… the One-Pass Technology has no equal. ZVI, Zeolite, Active Carbon, Mulch and any other reactive materials can be easily installed in a continuous wall to depths of up to 40’ feet deep. The seamless One-Pass operation ...

    By DeWind One-Pass Trenching LLC based in Zeeland, MICHIGAN (USA). from Enviromental Services / Construction Service line

  • Ozone Destruction

    CARULITE® 200 granular catalysts are used to effectively destroy ozone emitted from various off-gas emissions, converting toxic ozone to oxygen. The versatility and effectiveness of CARULITE® 200 granular catalysts make it the benchmark technology for destruction of toxic and corrosive emissions of ozone. Ambient temperature destruction of ...

    By Carus Corporation based in Peru, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Emissions Control Services

    Coal-based energy sources are now cleaner by installing mercury emissions control technologies. In December 2011, the EPA finalized new Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) that now federally mandates coal-fired power plants to remove mercury by 2015. The EPA states that activated carbon injection (ACI) is the best demonstrated mercury specific ...

    By Carbonxt Group Ltd. based in Gainesville, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Shipment and Reactivation of Spent Carbons Services

    The activated carbons used for the elimination of organic residues from gases or liquids gradually become saturated, through the effect of the increase in the concentration of the polluting agents in the adsorbent.When this occurs, the decisions must be made regarding what is to be done with spent material.

    By Comelt S.p.A based in Cernusco sul Naviglio (MI), ITALY.

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