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What is carbon filtration?

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Carbon filtration is a physical treatment process, involving absorption and removal of undesirable parameters from water. By passing it through an activated carbon medium. It removes color, odour turbidity, organic contaminants, free chlorine, etc.
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carbon filters often used in water treatment equipment, filtration , sewage treatment, water reuse and so on. Widely used in chemical , food , pharmaceutical , electronics and other negative light .
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