1.4-1.6g/cm3 Specific Gravity Anthracite Filter Media/Filter Material with High Adsorption Capacity for Water Treatment
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- Model NO.: XG-A050
- Sample: Free Sample
- Specific Gravity: 1.4-1.6g/cm3
- Uniformity Coefficien: <1.5
- Peercentage of Porosity: 47-53%
- Solubility in Hydrochloric Acid: <=1.28%
- Transport Package: 25kgs/Bag, PP Bag Lined with PE Bag
- Origin: China
- Brand Name: Xingguang
- Bulk Density: 0.947g/cm3
- Effective Size: 1.3-1.45mm
- Percentage of Damage: <=0.80%
- Wear Rate: <=0.55%
- Trademark: Xingguang
- Specification: CE
- HS Code: 2818109000
Anthracite filter media is special mineral selected from deep, has the highest percentage content to. Anthracite filter material can reduce artificial classification and reduce the ash content irrelevant minerals. By filtering and washing, ensure the suitable water filtration.
Characteristics of the product:
1. Anthracite filter media is special mineral selected from deep wells, it has the highest carbon content percentage. Water filter material is made by artificial classification that can reduce irrelevant minerals and reduce the ash content.
2. Water filter is filtered and flushing, ensure it suitable for water filtration purposes. Due to their good solid particles hold facility, thus anthracite can improve suspended particles's scavenging capacity.
3. In addition, its uniformity coefficient is lower that contribute to accelerate flow velocity.
1) Chemical properties are stable;
2) Mechnical strength is high;
3) Advanced producting technique;
4) Good adsorption;
5) Select high quality raw carbon as material;
6) Fully in line with national CJ/T44-1999 standard.
1. ISO 9001: 2000, Food grade authentication
2. Supply seaworthy double package
3. Timely shipment
4. You will know every step of the progress.
5. Pictures of the goods before the shipment.
Hydrochloric acid soluble rate
Heavy metal contenst within drinking water standards