Acid washed activated carbon.
Raw material: Coconut shell.
Particle size range (mesh): 8 × 30, 12 × 40, 20 × 50.
Presentation: 25 kg sacks, or 500 kg super sacks.
pH: 6.0 to 8.0.
Coconut shell activated carbon tends to be microporous and more efficiently adsorbs the low molecular weight organic pollutants that are most present in well water.
All activated charcoal of vegetable or mineral origin contains inorganic salts and elements, some of which are soluble in water. These come from the vegetable originating from coal. All vegetables contain minerals that remain in the product when the plant is charred.
Many people tend to confuse the term "soluble" with the term "ash" in a wrong way, since they are concepts that are linked to each other.
Ashes are all acid-soluble and insoluble inorganic compounds or elements, foreign to a material in question. The soluble ones are only the inorganic part soluble in acid, since all substances soluble in acid are soluble in water.
Purification processes that can be affected by small amounts of soluble salts, modifying parameters such as pH, conductivity, and color.