Introduction To Activated Carbon Filter Cartridge
As a core part of water cleaners, activated carbon filter cartridges are characterized by physical absorption, low cost, and no pollution and side effect. Compressed activated carbon type and bulk activated carbon type are optional.
Compressed activated carbon type
It is made of highly absorbable coal-based activated carbon and coconut shell-based activated carbons with food-grade adhesive by compression treatment. Both inside and outside are lined with filterable non-woven fabrics to prevent powdered carbon scaling. Both ends are provided with NBR gaskets to maintain the tightness of the filter cartridge.
Bulk activated carbon type
It is made of bulk activated carbon housed in a specially designed plastic shell whose ends are welded to covers of shell and are lined with filterable non-woven fabrics to prevent powdered carbon scaling. Covers of the shell are designed in different patterns for connection such as crimping, thread screwing, etc.
Although activated carbon is insoluble in water, and powdered carbon is unharmful to health, it is necessary to replace activated carbon filter cartridges regularly after a period of use, generally 3 months to 6 months up to 1 year.