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Optimize Your Process And Minimize Costs With Our Full Line Of Granular Activated Carbon Products

Source: Evoqua Water Technologies

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Evoqua features premium virgin activated and reactivated carbons made from high quality bituminous coal, coconut shell and anthracite coal for liquid and vapor phase applications.

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About Granular Activated Carbon
While the term GAC (Granular Activated Carbon or Granulated Activated Carbon) is commonly used, it can refer to dozens of slightly different adsorbents. GAC is activated carbon with particle sizes predominantly greater that 80 mesh. The combination of raw materials, methods and degree of activation produce activated carbons can each perform optimally in various applications. Evoqua’s offering of Granular Activated Carbons is a very versatile group of adsorbents, with capability for selectively adsorbing thousands of organic, and certain in- organic, materials to meet all your water purification needs.

Our Products and Services
Our full line of GAC products lets you choose the right activated carbon media for your application to optimize your process and minimize costs. An exclusive supplier of Westates® carbons, Evoqua features premium virgin activated and reactivated carbons made from high quality bituminous coal, coconut shell and anthracite coal for liquid and vapor phase applications. Our activated carbons are extensively quality checked at our State of California certified environmental and carbon testing laboratory located in Los Angeles, CA.​​​

Markets Served:

  • Municipal
  • HPI / Refineries
  • CPI / Chemicals
  • Food & Beverage
  • Light Industrial Manufacturing​​

Typical Applications:

  • ​Groundwater remediation
  • Wastewater filtration
  • Pilot testing
  • Drinking water treatment
  • VOC removal from air stripper off-gases
  • Backup VOC control device for thermal oxidizers Industrial plant emissions
  • Tank degassing and tank cleaning emissions
  • Refinery turnarounds​

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