Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade – Lab Alley

Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade

Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade, 100g
Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade, 500g
Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade, 2.5kg
Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade, 50lb
Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade, 12kg
Brand: Lab Alley

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SKU: ACWP-325-100g
Activated Carbon (Charcoal) Powder, 100g
$20.00
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SKU: ACWP-325-500g
Activated Carbon (Charcoal) Powder, 500g
$40.00
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SKU: ACWP-325-2.5kg
Activated Carbon (Charcoal) Powder, 2500g
$130.00
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SKU: ACWP-325-12kg
Activated Carbon (Charcoal) Powder, 12kg
$375.00
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SKU: ACWP-325-50lb
Activated Carbon (Charcoal) Powder, 50lb
$635.00
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7440-44-0
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Description

Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade is a high-capacity powdered carbon made from high-quality raw materials, further steam activated for high macropore content, and then optimized to target molecules with large architectures. Its distinctive design is ideal for the removal of geosmin, methylisoborneol (MIB), and other odor/taste-causing chemicals in treatment applications of potable water. Lab Alley’s Activated Carbon (Charcoal), Powder, Food Grade has distinctive characteristics of high-quality powdered carbon such as quick adsorption and filtering. Our product is synthesized in an ISO-certified facility and fully complies with the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) 61, a national standard for water treatment. It provides strict regulations for the equipment/items that comes in contact with potable water. Moreover, this product meets the American Water Works Association (AWWA) B-600 requirements, which certifies the specifications of treatment chemicals used for water treatment. This product of Lab Alley is certified from the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC), making it ideal for foods and pharmaceuticals. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality goods online at laballey.com. .

Additional Data

Activated Charcoal For Plants

The Purifying Reasons to Include Activated Charcoal in Your Plant Pots. ... Activated charcoal rids the soil of impurities, repels insects, and prevents mold and odors. It's also extremely porous, meaning that when you drown your leafy friends in water, it will absorb the excess, thereby preventing root rot. Read more here.

Using The Activated Charcoal While Gardening [YouTube Video]

How To Use Activated Charcoal [Activated Charcoal: Uses and Risks - WebMD] 

The activated charcoal that is used to treat a poisoning is a powder that is mixed with a liquid. Once mixed, it can be given as a drink or through a tube that has been placed through the mouth and into the stomach. Activated charcoal is also available in tablet or capsule forms to treat gas. Read more here.

The Ultimate Guide To Activated Charcoal [YouTube Video]

Activated Charcoal For Virus

The theory is that activated charcoal can absorb the bacteria responsible for causing stomach flu (the same way it is used to absorb poisons). You can also have a virus that can cause the same sort of tummy troubles, and activated charcoal may help with the symptoms. Read more here.

Activated Charcoal For Dogs

The recommended dose of activated charcoal for all species of animals is 1-3 gm/kg body weight. Repeated doses of activated charcoal every 4-8 hours at half the original dose may be indicated when enterohepatic recirculation occurs. Activated charcoal can be given orally with a large syringe or with a stomach tube. Read more here. 

How to Administer Activated Charcoal [YouTube Video]

 

About  Activated Carbon And Activated Carbon Powder

Activated charcoal is found in a variety of person care products, face masks, ice cream and pill capsules. Some Americans buy activated charcoal from LabAlley.com to use for brushing their teeth.

Activated carbon, also called activated charcoal, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions. Activated carbon sold online by LabAlley.com used as an adsorbent in many laboratory and manufacturing processes.

Activated carbon is carbon produced from carbonaceous source materials such as bamboo, coconut husk, willow peat, wood, coir, lignite, coal, and petroleum pitch. The term "activated" is often substituted with "active".

Buy Activated Charcoal And Activated Carbon Online At LabAlley.com

Activated carbon is usually derived from charcoal. Activated Carbon Powder sold by LabAlley.com, has been treated to improve absorptive ability. Activated carbon powder and activated carbon granules purchased online by aquarists at LabAlley.com, are used to filter water in aquariums.

Activated Charcoal For Teeth Whitening

If you'd like to try activated charcoal to whiten your teeth, you can purchase it in powder form or granular form from LabAlley.com. Individuals in the USA order activated charcoal from LabAlley.com to make their own toothpaste

Treating Water With Powdered Activated Carbon

Powdered Activated Carbon Treatment (PACT) is a wastewater technology in which powdered activated carbon is added to an anaerobic or aerobic treatment system. The carbon in the biological treatment process adsorbs recalcitrant compounds that are not readily biodegradable, thereby reducing the chemical oxygen demand of the wastewater and removing toxins. The carbon also acts as a "buffer" against the effects of toxic organics in the wastewater. A disadvantage of powdered activated carbon is that after use it cannot be reactivated and is also sometimes difficult to dig out of water treatment reservoirs.

Specifications

Activated Carbon Features:

Adsorptive Power To Pass Test
Reaction To Pass Test
Residue on Ignition 4.0%
Acid-Soluble Substances 3.5%
Alcohol-Soluble Substances 0.2%
Uncarbonized Constituents To Pass Test
Chloride (Cl) 0.02%
Sulfate (SO4) 0.15%
Sulfide To Pass Test
Applications
Common Uses
  • Aquarium
  • Water treatment
  • Personal care products
  • Toothpaste
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Food processing
  • Beverage industry
  • Gas purification
Safety and Handling

Activated Carbon Safety And Hazards

Activated carbon can cause a dust irritation, particularly to the eyes and mucous membranes. It is a combustible solid. If activated charcoal contacts the eyes, immediately wash the eyes with large amounts of water, occasionally lifting the lower and upper lids. Get medical attention immediately. Contact lenses should not be worn when working with this chemical. Breathing: If a person breathes large amounts of this chemical, move the exposed person to fresh air at once. Get additional first aid information here.

Please contact us to request a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Activated Carbon (Charcoal) Powder.

Spec/SDS
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