is a range of coconut shell-based granular activated carbon produced by steam activation through a rotary kiln at 900 °C under stringent operating conditions.
is designed and optimized for gold recovery application in CIP (Carbon in Pulp), CIL (Carbon in Leach), CIC (Carbon in Column), or heap leaching process. The granules are very hard and free of platelets with large pore volume, rapid adsorption, and maximum gold loading making them ideal for gold mines.
Quantity: According to the Agreement
Packing: Small bags of 25 kg
Loading Ability: 27-28 MT in 40 HC
Validity: 15 Days
Payment: By T/T 50% deposit, balance against the mass production finished.
|S. No.||Test Parameter||Specifications||Standards|
|1.0||CTC, %||60 min||ASTM D3467|
|2.0||Iodine Adsorption, mg/g||1150 min||ASTM D4607|
|3.0||Ash, %||4 max||ASTM D2866|
|4.0||Moisture, % as packed||Not more than 5% w/w||ASTM D2867|
|5.0||Hardness No||98 min||ASTM D3802|
|6.0||Apparent Density, kg/m3||480 – 530||ASTM D2854|
|7.0||Platlets (A.A.R.L),%||5 max||AARL|
|8.0||Attrition (A.A.R.L),%||1.2 max||AARL|
|9.0||Mesh Size (US Sieve Series)
Greater than 6 mesh (3.35 mm), %
Less than 12 mesh (1.7 mm), %
*Typical Properties: Isotherm K Value min 24 mg Au/g, R-Value 65% (AARL Method)
Standard Packaging in 500 Kg Jumbo Bags / 25 Kg PP Bag with Inner Liner
Customized Packaging available on demand
Activated Carbon (NOT REGULATED)
Exempt from DOT, IATA & IMDG Regulations
Import/Export Classification: 3802.10.0000 (HS Tariff Classification)
Freight Classification: NMFC 040560
CAS # 7440-44-0
Wet Activated carbon depletes oxygen from the air, and therefore, dangerously low levels of oxygen may be encountered. Direct body exposure should be avoided as a good hygienic practice. Avoid getting this
material in contact with your eyes. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact with this material. Wash thoroughly after handling. Avoid the formation of airborne dust. Appropriate protective equipment should be worn. Long-term inhalation of high dust concentration can lead to respiratory impairment.