How does activated carbon adsorption tank work?

Activated carbon is a very fine carbon particle with a large surface area and fine pores in the carbon particles. This capillary has a strong adsorption capacity and can be in full contact with gas due to its large surface area. When these gases (impurities) hit the capillary, they are adsorbed and purify. Activated carbon adsorption is mainly used for the removal of low concentration gaseous pollutants.

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