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Activated carbons are made of a variety of materials, the most common of which are bituminous coal and lignite. They have specific properties that are a function of the material source and the mode of activation. Property standards are also useful in specifying activated carbon for a specific...

Coal-fired power plants have found activated carbon injection (ACI) to be an effective technology for controlling mercury. Handling the sorbent, however, can pose problems. This article discusses how system equipment can help alleviate some of these problems....

Powdered activated carbon (PAC) used as a sorbent for control of mercury emissions from coal fired power plants exhibits properties which can present challenging problems for storage, flow and metering. Over time, PAC material can densify and get packed in storage silos and possibly cutting off...

Two cities solved problems caused by manual addition of powdered activated carbon to their municipal water treatment systems by installing bulk bag unloading systems from Flexicon Corp....

In-Situ treatment has not totally replaced Pump & Treat. According to the latest Fredonia survey, over the past 5 years the activated carbon industry has lost 50% of its market share to In-Situ groundwater treatment. The In-Situ vendors have done a tremendous marketing and sales job, to the point...

Scanning electron micrograph shows the effect activation has on the gross structure of nutshell carbon granules. While it is impossible to see active micro- and meso-pores, the large pits are significant evidence A new kind of recycling is under way in the Commodity Utilization Research Unit...

...the industry's need for new technologies has expanded. One area of importance is now the efficient removal of activated carbon, metal catalysts and trace insolubles, such as diatomaceous earth, from API slurries. Currently, most API slurries are clarified with the use of manual plate filters, filter...

The domestic petrochemical industry is increasingly going toward heavy and sour crude slates. A consequence of the change is increased concerns related to the wastewater effluent toxicity....

There are many established uses of vapor phase carbon adsorption technology in the chemical industry. The majority are to capture organic vapors from non-condensable gas streams, such as process exhausts. Other applications include process gas separations such as the removal of oxygen from air...

In the Fall of 2005, Siemens Water Technologies (formerly USFilter) provided a turnkey treatment system to the Town of Millsboro, Delaware to remove TCE (Trichloroethylene) from their well water. The town public water supply, used both locally and for export to neighboring towns, indicated an...

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