Water Filtration Media

What is Organo Clay and why is it used in water filtration?

Organo Clay with Activated Carbon will treat hydrocarbons, heavy metals, and other organic contaminants. Organo Clay media absorbs up to 70% of its weight in hydrocarbons, this will prolong the life of your granular activated carbon and resin.

What is Arsenic Activated Alumina and what are it's applications as a filter media?

Arsenic Activated Alumina is considered to be the ideal choice for areas having a high concentration of arsenic. High levels of arsenic may cause serious health problems if present in a water supply in larger amounts than what is currently the standard set by EPA.  Arsenic has no odour or taste and can come from industrial, agricultural or natural deposits in the ground.

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Water Filtration Media Available from Continental Carbon

Anthracite Filter Media

CC-WATERCARB-A activated carbon meets the latest AWWA standards for the treatment of potable drinking water and is totally compatible with all municipal water treatment use and application systems.

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CC-WATERCARB-A AWWA Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC)

CC-WATERCARB-A activated carbon meets the latest AWWA standards for the treatment of potable drinking water and is totally compatible with all municipal water treatment use and application systems.

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CC-OC200 Organoclay Media

CC-OC200 is a selective water treatment adsorbent that bonds with hydrocarbons, organics and other contaminants upon contact. Extensive field application and laboratory analysis has shown CC-OC200 is capable of removing a wide range of contaminants to non-detectable levels.

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CC-8×30 Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

CC-8×30 is a virgin activated carbon derived from bituminous coal. Granular in form, it is ideal for many liquid phase applications including the removal of impurities from water streams. Its superior adsorptive capacity and surface area make it particularly attractive for the removal of organics from wastewater; while its size makes it appealing where low pressure drop is required.

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