Activated Carbon Filters
The adsorption system used in standard odour control units are one of the sustainable and healthy ways to improve air quality. This process involves the use of an activated carbon media to remove gaseous pollutants and odours from an air flow. During the process, compounds in the pollutant air react with the carbon to stick to the surface area, effectively removing the contaminants from the air. This technology is also used in applications such as gas masks, radioactive iodine removal, water filters, nuclear submarines etc. Leveraging scientific research and innovation we have developed different types of carbon media depending on the field of application. Our standard odour control unit’s capacity are ranging from 50 m3/hr to 1,000 m3/hr.
What we do ?
Grok offers Activated Carbon Filters designed to reduce the emissions of odorous gases like Hydrogen Sulphide, Ammonia, organic sulphur compounds and Volatile Organic Components (Mercaptans, Hydrocarbons) to the permissible limit. It also removes pollutants and odors efficiently from air impacted by industrial and manufacturing processes.