Our clients are a number of national end users, tender projects and purchasers. Due to the proprietary and competitive nature of the projects we work on, we do not disclose the names of our clients. However, we do share some project examples on a regular basis.
We currently have four production plants for the production of columnar carbon, coal carbon, coconut shell carbon and wood activated carbon, with a total product of 30,000 tons per year for all types of products. This number is always changing as we develop over time.
To get a quote on our products, simply submit your request on our website, or contact us by phone or email. You will receive a quote, TDS, product packaging and other information within hours. If a special type of activated carbon is required or if activated carbon is recommended for an application, we will contact a technical expert to help and suggest possible solutions.
Absolutely yes, we have activated carbon use and solutions for all types of applications, and our technical team will provide collaboration. If samples are needed, we will provide them free of charge.
Indicator projects have a long time cycle, strict price requirements, and requirements for suppliers. We have a large number of cooperation cases for water treatment projects and sugar plant bidding projects. We will provide customer satisfaction support in providing information, guaranteeing price validity, fast delivery of products, and quality commitment.
Our products are manufactured in accordance with ISO standards and domestic production standards. There are different quality certifications for different applications, such as NSF certification required for water treatment projects, kosher certification for food, halal certification, etc. Click to view
Yes, you can send your designed packaging files (PDF/Ai) or our own designers can design the packaging for you.
Activated carbon is a highly porous substance that attracts and holds organic chemicals inside it. To make activated carbon, first you burn carbon-rich material (without any oxygen) to create a carbon “char”. Then, you treat the “char” with chemicals or heat it up to make the internal spaces in the char larger and more interconnected. This makes activated carbon even better at attracting chemicals than before.
Some people believe that there is a difference between activated carbon and activated charcoal. However, these two terms are used interchangeably in the field. Likewise, active carbon can also refer to activated carbon and charcoal. All three phrases refer to the same substance.
At Zhulin Carbon, we carry several types of activated carbon—made from bituminous coal, lignite coal, anthracite coal, coconut shell, apricot shell and wood.
Micropores: Tiny pores less than 2 nanometers in diameter; Mesopores: Larger pores between 2 and 50 nanometers in diameter; Macropores: Still larger pores greater than 50 nanometers in diameter.
Choosing an appropriate carbon for your application can be a daunting task. Whether you’re treating a gas or a liquid, there are many different sizes and types of carbon available. Coal-based, coconut shell-based, or other substrates—choosing the right one for your application is important!
When you’re deciding whether to use carbon to treat a vapor or liquid stream, consider the size of the particles. Smaller particles are good for liquids, which have a shorter distance to travel before they get inside the carbon. Larger particles are best for gases, because they need less pressure drop to overcome their resistance. There are different substrate options available—choose one based on your needs.