Carbon block improves NanoCeram filter

An improved design of the NanoCeram pleated filter announced on 1 September 2009 by Argonide Corporation, Florida, USA, adds a carbon block to more fully utilize its total chlorine adsorption capacity.

The NanoCeram-PACB high performance activated carbon filter incorporates the company’s innovative powder activated carbon infused filter, which is pleated around a carbon block center core. This foul-resistant filter as the NanoCeram-PAC media helps to prevent foulants from reaching the carbon block surface.

Applications for these carbon-based filter cartridges include drinking water for residential and commercial use, and in process and wastewater applications for industry. These filters are capable of removing a wide range of soluble and insoluble contaminants, compared with most water filter systems, where the sediment and activated carbon stages are separate and often require separate housings.

NanoCeram-PACB filters are highly efficient for removing chlorine, bromine, and iodine; and should also prove to be efficient with other contaminants known to be removed by carbon such as TOCs, halogenated organics, endocrine disruptors and other soluble toxic substances. This is in addition to proven effectiveness at removing pathogenic microbes, turbidity, color and odor.

For more information contact Henry Frank, Argonide Corporation
Tel: +1 407 322 2500 (ext. 103)
Email: [email protected]