Jan 05

What are “Carbon Carvings”?

1. Activated carbon carvings and crafts have abundant hole-structures which make the carvings large surface area “touch the air” adequately. Activated carbon crafts can absorb impurities and purge air easily because of this special structure.activated charcoal carving for the home

2. Activated carbon carvings can have great art value because they are made by true artisans who adopted hand carving and painting techniques. It can be widely displayed in homes, hotels, offices, and automobiles.

3. Activated carbon crafts are natural environmental products and no energy is exhausted in the process of physical absorption. They will not create secondary pollution to the environment.

4. Activated carbon crafts can not only purge air, but also be “arts and crafts” lending themselves to become gifts for personal or commercial purpose.

5. Activated carbon carvings can absorb all kinds of poisonous gas in the indoor air, such as carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, benzene and similar gas, ammonia, sulfur dioxide and other smog or smells, to purify the air and eliminate pollution.

6. Activated carbon crafts can prevent harm to the body created by waves coming from TV, computer and cell phone.activated charcoal carving for the car

7. Activated carbon carvings can restrain the multiplication of mildew and reach an balance to accommodate humidity as well as to prevent mold.

8. Activated carbon crafts possess minus ion purging air efficiency, which can help people to accelerate their blood cycle, ameliorate sleeping quality, eliminate tiredness and create comfortable and healthy environment for those living around the carvings.

Aug 24

Activated Carbon Market Analysis, Trends, Size and Forecasts to 2022 – Medgadget (blog)

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Activated Carbon Market Analysis, Trends, Size and Forecasts to 2022
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logo266 World activated carbon market would reach 2,776 kilo tons and $5,129 million corresponding revenues by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 6.83% and 9.32%, respectively from 2016 to 2022. Activated carbon is processed carbon with small, low-volume …
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Aug 23

TIGG Delivers MEGA-SIZE Activated Carbon Adsorbers – ThomasNet News (press release) (blog)

Oakdale, PA – TIGG, LLC announced today that it has fabricated and delivered four mega-sized activated carbon adsorbers that will be integrated into the Hardin Road Water Treatment Plant under construction in Piqua, OH. Each vessel is 14 feet in diameter and holds 60,000 pounds of activated carbon. All four TIGG adsorbers were installed at the new facility in less than three hours.

John Mickler, TIGG VP and General Manager said, “Our CP60K-14 adsorber is the most practical size, large scale vessel that can be shop-fabricated and trucked to the project site, ensuring efficient construction and strict compliance with our high quality standards.” All four adsorbers were produced at TIGG’s 155,000 square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Arkansas.

“The successful completion of this project really defines TIGG and the capabilities of our employees to deliver high quality products and services on a large scale to our customers,” Mickler added.

TIGG’s systems are employed nationwide for the removal of potable water contaminates regulated by EPA, such as HAA5 (the five haloacetic acids) and THHM (total trihalomethanes). The same systems are removing PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) and PFOS (perfluorooctane sulfonate) from drinking water supplies that do not meet the EPA’s new health advisories for these harmful chemicals.

Headquartered in Oakdale, Pennsylvania, TIGG has provided a broad range of activated carbon adsorption equipment, systems, filtration media, and services for the removal of trace contaminants from water, air, process liquids, and vapors for almost 40 years.

TIGG is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Spencer Turbine Company, which is recognized as a global leader in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of highly specialized blowers, gas boosters, and central vacuum systems. For more information, visit www.tigg.com and www.spencerturbine.com.

Aug 22

Report explores the market overview on world activated carbon – 2014-2022 – WhaTech

Report explores the market overview on world activated carbon – 2014-2022
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World Activated Carbon Market – Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014-2022 ​is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. Activated carbon is processed carbon with small, low-volume pores to increase surface area for chemical reactions …

Aug 17

GCC Activated Carbon Market Worth $330.3 Million By 2024: Grand View Research, Inc. – Press Release Rocket

Grand View Research, Inc. – Market Research And Consulting.

According to new report published by Grand View Research, global GCC activated carbon market demand was 52.5 kilo tons in 2015 and is expected to exceed 150 kilo tons by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 13.0% from 2016 to 2024.

The gulf cooperation council (GCC) activated carbon market is expected to reach USD 330.3 million by 2024, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Activated carbon is a porous material which is used to adsorb contaminants. Increasing water treatment processes in the GCC region is expected to drive activated carbon market demand. GCC countries experience water scarcity due to low rainfall, low underground water levels and rising water demand from the agricultural sector. This trend has compelled strict water treatment process implementation for water recycling.

 High pollution emission as compared to other Gulf countries is a cause of concern for GCC countries. These countries have been trying to reduce emission levels by employing activated carbon medium for flue gas treatment. Government initiatives to curb pollution are expected to grow during the forecast period thus driving the GCC activated carbon market growth.

 Exhausted activated carbons can be recycled by regeneration process. Thermal, steam, biological, and chemical are some of the processes employed. Regenerated activated carbon possesses the same adsorbing capacity as that of virgin counterpart thus providing cost effectiveness. Efforts are being made to develop chemical regeneration process as it avoids high energy consumption by using chemicals to free activated carbon from contamination.

Browse full research report with TOC on “Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Activated Carbon Market Analysis By Product (Powdered, Granular), By Application (Liquid Phase, Gas Phase), By End-Use (Water Treatment (Drinking Water, Effluent Water), Refinery, Food & Beverages Processing, Pharmaceuticals & Medical, Air Purification, Precious Metal Recovery, Sewage Treatment)And Segment Forecasts To 2024” at: http://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry-analysis/gulf-cooperation-council-gcc-activated-carbon-market

Saudi Arabia activated carbon market revenue, by product, 2014 – 2024, (USD Million)

Saudi Arabia activated carbon market revenue, by product, 2014 - 2024, (USD Million)

 Further key findings from the report suggest:

  • The GCC activated carbon market demand was 52.5 kilo tons in 2015 and is expected to exceed 150 kilo tons by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 13.0% from 2016 to 2024.

  • Powdered activated carbon emerged as the leading product segment and accounted for 55.5% of total market volume in 2015. Powdered activated carbon is used to treat waste water. It is also expected to witness the highest growth of 13.9% over the forecast period.

  • Liquid phase was the leading application segment and accounted for 56.0% of total volume in 2015. Increasing need for water purification in the region is expected to drive this segment. Gas phase is expected to witness the highest growth of 14.5% over the forecast period.

  • Water treatment industry was the leading activated carbon consumer in the GCC and accounted for over 45% of total market volume in 2015. The industry is also expected to witness the highest growth of 13.6% over the forecast period.

  • Saudi Arabia was the leading regional market and accounted for 52.7% of the regional demand in 2015. The water scarcity and implementation of waste and flue gas treatment are expected to remain key drivers for the domestic market. Qatar is expected to witness the highest growth of 19.8% over the forecast period.

  • Key companies operating in the regional market include ADA-ES, Boyce Carbon, Cabot Norit Corp., Jacobi Carbons AB, Kuraray Co. Ltd, Kureha Corporation, Veolia water solutions, Calgon Carbon Corporation, CECA, and Haycarb.

View more reports of this category by Grand View Research at: http://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry/water-and-industrial-sludge-treatment

Grand View Research has segmented the GCC activated carbon market on the basis of product, application, end-use, and region:

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Activated Carbon Product Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2024)

  • Powdered activated carbon

  • Granular activated carbon

  • Other activated carbon product

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Activated Application Product Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2024)

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Activated Carbon End-Use Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2024)

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Activated Carbon Regional Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2024)

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Kuwait

  • UAE

  • Qatar

  • Bahrain

  • Oman

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Aug 12

Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market Research Report Now Available at Research Corridor – The Republic of East Vancouver

Research Corridor has published a new research study titled “Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis and Forecast, 2015 – 2022”. The Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) market report studies current as well as future aspects of the Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market based upon factors such as market dynamics, key ongoing trends and segmentation analysis. Apart from the above elements, the Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market research report provides a 360-degree view of the Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) industry with geographic segmentation, statistical forecast and the competitive landscape.

Browse the complete report at http://www.researchcorridor.com/activated-carbon-fiber-acf-market/

Geographically, the Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market report comprises dedicated sections centering on the regional market revenue and trends. The Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) market has been segmented on the basis of geographic regions into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW). The RoW segment consists Latin America and the Middle East & Africa. The Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) market has been extensively analyzed on the basis of various regional factors such as demographics, gross domestic product (GDP), inflation rate, acceptance and others. Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market estimates have also been provided for the historical years 2013 & 2014 along with forecast for the period from 2015 – 2022.

The research report also provides a comprehensive understanding of Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) market positioning of the major players wherein key strategies adopted by leading players has been discussed. The Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) industry report concludes with the Company Profiles section which includes information on major developments, strategic moves and financials of the key players operating in Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) market.

Key Takeaways:

  • Market Dynamics in the Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market
  • Key Ongoing Regional Trends
  • Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market Estimates for Years 2013 – 2022
  • Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market Positioning of Key Players
  • Key Strategies Adopted by the Leading Players
  • Attractive Investment Proposition
  • Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF) Market Inclination Insights

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Aug 11

New report shares details about the global granular activated carbon market forecast to 2021: sales, sales price … – WhaTech

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Aug 05

Global Activated Carbon Consumption 2016 Market Research Report – Medgadget (blog)

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Aug 05

Calgon Carbon Corp. signs deal to buy Arkema’s activated carbon … – Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)

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Calgon Carbon Corp. signs deal to buy Arkema's activated carbon …
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Aug 02

Activated Carbon Market Size to Reach $10.15 Billion by 2024: Grand View Research, Inc. – PR Newswire (press release)

Activated Carbon Market Size to Reach $10.15 Billion by 2024: Grand View Research, Inc.
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The global activated carbon market is expected to reach USD 10.15 billion by 2024, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Increasing demand for air & water purification in the coal-fired plants, clinker cement industries is expected to

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Aug 01

Granular activated carbon for DBP compliance – Water Technology Online

When the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) anticipated the need to upgrade the Hugh A. Wyckoff water treatment plant, its operators turned to granular activated carbon (GAC) technology after vetting several alternatives. The plant, a wholesaler in a two-plant system, processes up to 72 million gallons per day and serves about 350,000 people. Comprised of Wyckoff and the James E. Quarles treatment plants, CCMWA is the second largest water provider in Georgia.

The Wyckoff plant draws its water from Lake Allatoona. Because of the plant’s location and setup, water treated there can remain in transit for up to 10 days, leading to higher disinfection byproduct (DBP) levels. CCMWA needed to upgrade its plant to comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Stage 2 regulations for DBPs.

In 2002, the CCMWA began piloting and testing different technologies including:

  • Ozone-biofiltration
  • Continuous ion exchange
  • Carbon adsorption
  • Nanofiltration

In 2009, the plan to pursue activated carbon technology was set in place, and the CCMWA and CH2M HILL engineers began the final design work. A GAC contained in pressure vessels was the best solution for the plant’s DBP requirements. The installation of 28 vessels made it the largest installation of GAC pressure vessels at a single facility.

The solution

To keep DBPs low and prepare for future compliance, the CCMWA looked at several options when selecting a technology. The five guiding criteria were:

  • Effectiveness for lowering DBPs
  • Operational fit of the technology to the plant
  • Flexibility of operations
  • Capital costs
  • Operation and maintenance (O&M) costs
  • Limitation of wastewater discharges

Before this decision, CCMWA investigated continuous ion exchange technology, which removes specific molecular weight organics. It removes naturally occurring organic matter (NOM), measured as total organic carbon (TOC), but not pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs), which the CCMWA felt would likely be regulated in the future. Wastewater disposal from this process would be an issue at Wyckoff given the small capacity of the local wastewater plant. Continuous ion exchange systems also often require a large footprint, which was unavailable at Wyckoff. In addition, the continuous ion exchange tested by CCMWA uses a resin that, globally, is only manufactured in one plant, causing supply/cost concerns, said Patrick Pherson, project engineer for the CCMWA.

Ozone and biofiltration provided a marginal improvement in the TOC reduction. The capital and O&M costs would be high for the incremental improvement in water quality, Pherson said. Additionally, existing multimedia filters would need to be replaced with deeper beds to accommodate biofiltration media, which would be difficult given the hydraulics of the plant.

CCMWA then examined nanofiltration. Though plant operators said removals were excellent, the membranes were fouled quickly, and the process generated a waste stream with high TOC content. The flow from this waste stream was estimated at approximately 3 million gallons per day for the CCMWA. The plant judged this would be too much to be sent to the local wastewater treatment plant or to be easily treated on site. Nanofiltration was, therefore, deemed infeasible for this site.

Despite the accepted use of chloramines in neighboring states, Georgia discourages their use. Chloramines may eliminate regulated DBPs, but they also can create their own set of DBPs, which are currently unregulated but may be in the future. The CCMWA decided that chloramines could only be a short-term solution.

After eliminating these options, the CCMWA decided that a GAC made from select grades of bituminous coal best met the criteria because it provided solutions to current and future regulations, had operational flexibility, was maintainable within the Wyckoff context and did not produce too much wastewater. Operation of GAC filters was anticipated to be relatively easy to accommodate because the plant already had traditional multimedia filters in place, and GAC filtration is similar in terms of operation.

“We are anticipating that over the next 20 years, there will be more regulations on contaminants that come from pharmaceutical and personal care products,” said Pherson. “We will already have a technology that will take many of these emerging contaminants out. This installation was not only designed with current regulations in mind, but with an eye to the future ones also.”

The CCMWA chose to competitively bid the pressure vessels (see Image 1) and the GAC separately. The manufacturer of the GAC was also chosen for the reactivation supply contract based on its experience with potable reactivation and experience working with CCMWA on the design and supply of the GAC facility.

The vessels

The vessels hold an adsorption system that uses GAC to remove dissolved organic contaminants, such as DBPs and natural organic contaminants, from liquids. These vessels can hold up to 40,000 pounds of GAC, providing the additional contact time to remove either compounds at low concentrations or poorly adsorbing compounds.

Provided with two GAC discharge lines positioned to extract 20,000 pounds of spent carbon each, the system minimizes the time required for GAC exchanges by eliminating the guesswork involved when removing spent carbon from the vessels. In addition, three nozzles along the straight side of the vessel can be fitted with in-bed sample assemblies to allow the operator to monitor the progress of the adsorbate as it flows through the bed.

The standard design consists of two vessels combined with a centralized pipe manifold to allow for series or parallel operation, but it also can come as a single vessel if preferred.

Meeting regulations in a cost-effective way

CCMWA operates GAC filters seasonally from May to October to remain under DBP limits. This limited operation extends the life of the GAC beds. The GAC filters are able to treat partial flow of the plant, and its treated water is blended back with filtered water. This reduces the amount of flow to GAC vessels and extends the life of the GAC.

Continuous monitoring of the GAC facility’s effluent ensures the system is optimizing the GAC usage. Monitoring points on each GAC filter, sampled weekly, determine when each filter is approaching exhaustion. CCMWA tracks how much TOC the carbon is able to process. Once the carbon runs down to 30 percent removal of the TOC coming through the plant, it is sent back for regeneration.

Usually, Pherson says, the carbon becomes exhausted at the end of the five-month season when the GAC normally operates and must only be reactivated once per year. The vessels can be turned on and shut down individually, which provides flexibility for the plant operators to determine how much carbon is used during the summer.

For its exchanges, CCMWA uses custom municipal reactivated (CMR) carbon. During this process, spent activated carbon is removed from the filters and transported to one of the GAC manufacturer’s NSF-certified, exclusively potable reactivation facilities where it is reactivated thermally at high temperature. The manufacturer has a dedicated NSF-approved reactivation plant. During the reactivation process, organic compounds that have been captured by GAC are destroyed when subjected to high temperatures that, at the same time, restore the GAC to a usable state. This results in a cost savings for the customer over the use of virgin carbon. The reactivation/recycling process also is better for the environment, with a reduced carbon dioxide footprint as compared to the manufacture of virgin activated carbon. The custom reactivation process reduces the cost of using virgin GAC and the carbon footprint associated with GAC use.

The reactivated carbon, along with a small amount of virgin makeup GAC, is then returned to CCMWA for reuse at its Wyckoff facility. Custom reactivation, in comparison to yearly replacement with virgin GAC, saves CCMWA about 30 percent of the cost of using activated carbon.

Calgon Carbon is a producer of granular activated carbon and supplies more than 100 types of activated carbon products — in granular, powdered, pelletized and cloth form — for more than 700 applications. The company provides purification solutions for drinking water, wastewater, pollution abatement, and industrial and commercial manufacturing processes. For more information about activated carbon solutions from Calgon Carbon, visit calgoncarbon.com.

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