What is activated carbon?

Activated carbon is a surface modified carboniferous adsorbent material to adsorb contamination from a gas or liquid. Majority of the coal and coconut shell based activated carbon types are micro and mesoporous character with only few macrospores developed, while the animal bone based BioPhosphate is fully macroporous that character creates high financial and nonfinancial values and market competitive benefits for the User. When activated carbon is saturated the material is regenerated by desorbing and remove the contaminants to restore the adsorptive capacity of the material