Pelletised anthracite-based activated carbon for Prima Klima Eco, Eco Flat & Industry activated carbon filters
Anthracite, also known as hard coal, has a very high carbon content and a high specific weight by nature. Unlike granulated coal, the production of pellets requires an additional production step. The hard coal is pulverised and mixed with a binding agent (binder). Usually bitumen is used for this purpose. The resulting coal-bitumen mixture is pressed through a perforated die. Compared to granulated coal, the coal withstands the high temperatures in the combustion chamber longer thanks to the binder. CTC values > 100 % and iodine adsorptions of 1280 mg/g can thus be achieved. The advantages of such activated carbon are the low pressure loss and the high achievable iodine number/CTC value. The low pressure loss and the very good service life even at high humidity are further advantages. Disadvantages are the higher price and the high emissions during production.
- 3 mm pellets for Eco & Eco Flat models
- 4 mm pellets for Industry models
- It is pure activated carbon (no reactivated carbon)
- Certified for residential use
|Pellet ø||3 mm / 4 mm|
|Iodine factor||> 1080 mg/g|
|Bulk density||440 g/l|
|Moisture||1.5 - 4%|
|Net weight||2.5 kg|
Prima Klima's CTC75 activated carbon is specially manufactured to refill activated carbon filters and comes pre-packed in an environmentally friendly 2.5kg carton.
Manufacturer's guideline: approx. 1kg. of activated carbon per 100 m³/h of feasible throughput of the filter.