is the most common kind of purification technology. It is believed that most people are familiar with it, and its strong adsorption capacity is widely used in many technical fields.
Domestic mainly used in pharmaceutical, chemical and food processing industries, in the 70 s applied to industrial wastewater treatment in our country, and gradually become one of the main methods for secondary or tertiary treatment of industrial waste.
The super adsorption capacity of impurities or pollution sources makes it the first choice for many air purifying products.
So how does an air purifier based on activated carbon
adsorption technology work?
The wida activated carbon factory tells you: simply say, through the powerful fan, the clean air that will be filtered through the activated carbon will be released again.
As one of the most basic purification technologies, most air purifiers have applications.
Currently, activated carbon in the market is mainly divided into three kinds: coconut shell, fruit shell and coal, with the strongest adsorption capacity of coconut shell activated carbon.
Advantages: strong adsorption ability and effective adsorption of most harmful substances in air
Disadvantages: the adsorption effect of activated carbon is relatively short. Once the adsorption capacity reaches saturation, the adsorbed pollutants will be released to cause secondary pollution.
Therefore, such purifiers must constantly change the filter material to avoid secondary pollution.