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How Activated Carbon Air Filters Work

Activated carbon air filters consist of a vast system of pores of molecular size. These pores are highly adsorbent, forming a strong chemical bond/attraction to odorous, gaseous, and liquid contaminates.

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Activated Carbon Air Filter Facts

  • Activated carbon air filters trap odors and chemicals in highly absorbent granules (or pores), which look like a hard scrub brush.

  • Activated carbon is a charcoal that is treated with oxygen in order to open up millions of tiny pores between the carbon atoms, resulting in a highly adsorbent material.

Activated Carbon is effective at removing the following types of chemicals:

Acetaldehyde

Cyclohexanol

Hydrogen fluoride

Paint & redecorating odors

Acetic Acid

Cyclohexanol

Hydrogen iodide

Palmitic Acid

Acetic anhydride

Cyclohexene

Hydrogen selenide

Paradichlorbenzine

Acetone

Decane

Hydrogen sulfide

Pantane

 

Dibromoethane

Incensen

Pentanone

Acrolem

Dichlorobenzene

Indole

Pentylene

Acrylic Acid

Dichlorodifluoromethane

Iodine

Pentyne

Acrylonitrile

Dichloroethane

Iodoform

Perchloroethylene

Alcoholic Beverages

Dichloroethylene

Irritants

Perfumes, cosmetics

Amines

Dichloroethyl

Isophorone

Phenol

Ammonia

Dichloromonofluormethane

Isoprene

Phosgene

Ameyl acetate

Dichloronitroethane

Isopropyl acetate

Pitch

Amyl alcohol

Dichloroprpane

Isopropyl alcohol

Poison gases

Amyl ether

Dichlorotetrafluoroethane

Isopropyl ether

Pollen

Aniline

Diesel fumes

Kerosene

Poultry odors

Asphalt fumes

Diethylamine

Kitchen odors

Propane

Automobile Exhaust

Diethyl ketone

Lactic acid

Propionaldehyde

Benzene

Dimethylaniline

Dimethylsulfate

Propionic acid

Body odors

Dimethylsulfate

Menthol

Propyl acetate

Borane

Dioxane

Mercaptans

Propyl alcohol

Bromine

Diproyl ketone

Methil acetate

Propyl chloride

Burned Flesh

Ether

Menthyl acrylate

Propyl ether

Burned Food

Ethyl acetate

Methyl alcohol

Propyl mercaptan

Butadiene

Ethyl acrylate

Methyl bromide

Methyl bromide

Butane

Ethyl alcohol

Methyl butyl ketone

Propylene

Butanone

Ethyl amine

Methyl cellosolve

Propyne

Butyl acetate

Ethyl benzene

Methyl cellosolve acetate

Putrefying substances

Butyl alcohol

Ethyl bromide

Methyl chloride

Putrescine

Butyl cellosolve

Ethyl chloride

Methyl chloroform

Pyridine

Butyl chloride

Ethyl ether

Methyl ether

Resins

Butyl ether

Ethyl formate

Methyl ethyl ketone

Rubber

Butylene

Ethyl mercaptan

Methyl formate

Sauerkraut

Butyne

Ethyl silicate

Methyl isobutyl ketone

Sewer odors

Butyraldehyde

Ethylene chlorhydrin

Methyl mercaptan

Skalote

Butyric acid

Ethylene dichloride

Methylcyclohexane

Slaughtering odors

Camphor

Ethylene oxide

Methylcyclohexanol

Smog

Caprylic acid

Essential oils

Methylcyclohexaone

Sour milks

Carbolic acid

Eucalyptole

Methylene chloride

Stoddard solvent

Carbon disulfide

Fertilizer

Monochlorobenzene

Styrene monomer

Carbon dioxide

Film processing odors

Monofluorotri cloromethane

Sulfur dioxide

Carbon tetrachloride

Fish odors

Naphtha

Sulfur trioxide

Cellosolve

Floral scents

Naphthziene

Sulfuric acid

Cellosolve acetate

Fluorotrichloromethane

Nitric acid

Tetrachloroethane

Cheese

Formaldehyde

Nitro benzenes

Tetrachloroethylene

Chlorine

Formic acid

Nitroethane

Tobacco smoke odor

Chlorobenzene

Gangrene

Nitrogen dioxide

Toilet odors

Chlorobutadiene

Garlic

Nitroglycerine

Toluene

Chloroform

Gasoline

Nitromethane

Toluidine

Chloronitropropane

Heptane

Nitropropane

Trichlorethylene

Chloropicrin

Heptylene

Nitrotoluene

Trichloroethane

Citrus and other fruits

Hexane

Nonane

Turpentine

Cleaning compounds

Hexylene

Octalene

Urea

Coal smoke

Hexyne

Octane

Uric acid

Creosote

Organic Chemicals

Onions

Valeric acid

Cresol

Hydrogen bromide

Varnish fumes

Valericaldehyde

Crotonaldehyde

Hydrogen chloride

Ozone

Xylene

Cychlohexane

Hydrogen cyanide

Packing house odors

 

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