How does activated carbon in water treatment processes?

Activated carbon is the adsorbent, which has excellent filtration properties resulting from its porous structure. In the production process in the raw material base are produced branched channels - pores. While the water flows through the coal, contaminants occurring in it are trapped in the pores.

Carbon stops: chlorine and its derivatives, ozone, some pesticides, and macromolecular organic substances. It also eliminates the unpleasant taste and odor of water.