- MBR Units
- Wastewater Treatment system for Boats (Electrocatalytic)
- Sea Water Treatment Systems
- Brackish Water Treatment Systems
- Renewable Energy Systems
- Desalination Units
- Belt Conveyors
- Screw Conveyors
- Power & Free Conveyors
- Sand Classifiers
- Grab Bar Screen
- Rope Type Screen
- Stair Type Screen
- Rotating Helix Screen
- Helix Press
- Screen Screw Compactor
- Hydraulic Press
- Submersible Mixers
- Vertical Mixers
- Waste Containers
- Linear Sand Chambers
- Compact Sieve & Sand Chambers
- Air Distributor and Diffusers
- Circular Wastewater Settling Tanks
- Linear Wastewater Settling Tanks
- Water Treatment Settling Tanks
Granulated Activated Carbon Odor ControlGranular activated carbon is defined as the activated carbon being retained on a 50-mesh sieve. MIS produces GACs with a variety of materials, methods and degrees of activation to produce activated carbons designed to meet and exceed the demands of a wide array of applications.
The adsorptive capacity of granular activated carbon (GAC) makes it ideal for removing a variety of contaminants from water, air, liquids and gases. GAC is also an environmentally responsible product that can be reactivated through thermal oxidation and used multiple times for the same application.
By varying manufacturing conditions, internal pore structures are created by imparting unique adsorption properties specific to each product type. The choice of product for a specific application will vary due to differing impurities and proprietary process conditions.
Notes: Active Carbon Used: Bituminous coal based granular active carbon with catalytic properties.
At 5 to 60 degrees Celsius, the air destroys 99% of the odor when it is 10 to 100% relative humidity.
Carbon should be replaced approximately every 18 months, during which 4 to 5 regeneration should be performed.