Charcoal

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It contains no gluten, lactose and milk derivatives, dyes, GMOs, sweeteners.


CHARCOAL

Carbone-Vegetale

Components and main activities

The raw material source for the production of active carbon are the shells of the coconut. In many Asian countries in 3 times of the year coconuts are harvested for the production of copra, from which oil is extracted and coconut butter. The shells remaining from such processing are used to produce the coal (carbonization process). The carbonization is carried out at 500-600 ° C for 5-6 hours. The process of activation occurs in France where coal from coconut is introduced into an activation rotary kiln for about 70 hours at a temperature of 1000 ° C. CHARCOAL FCC is a 100% vegetable product (coconut) that is physically activated with steam (physical activation). During the activation process the coal decomposes giving rise to the formation of high specific surface area and number of pores able, thanks to the forces of Van der Waals forces, to retain and absorb intestinal gas and coli bacteria. At the end of the activation process, the activated carbon is sieved to select the required dimensions. CHARCOAL FCC is a powdered activated carbon (PAC Powder Activated Carbon) with median diameter 15-35 microns. (μm = one millionth of a millimeter). CHARCOAL FCC is recommended due to the adsorption properties to resolve naturally annoying problems of flatulence and bloating.

The raw material source for the production of active carbon are the shells of the coconut. In many Asian countries in 3 times of the year coconuts are harvested for the production of copra, from which oil is extracted and coconut butter. The shells remaining from such processing are used to produce the coal (carbonization process). The carbonization is carried out at 500-600 ° C for 5-6 hours. The process of activation occurs in France where coal from coconut is introduced into an activation rotary kiln for about 70 hours at a temperature of 1000 ° C. CHARCOAL FCC is a 100% vegetable product (coconut) that is physically activated with steam (physical activation). During the activation process the coal decomposes giving rise to the formation of high specific surface area and number of pores able, thanks to the forces of Van der Waals forces, to retain and absorb intestinal gas and coli bacteria. At the end of the activation process, the activated carbon is sieved to select the required dimensions. CHARCOAL FCC is a powdered activated carbon (PAC Powder Activated Carbon) with median diameter 15-35 microns. (μm = one millionth of a millimeter). CHARCOAL FCC is recommended due to the adsorption properties to resolve naturally annoying problems of flatulence and bloating.