Foodpurify, 16 oz. activated carbon

$30.00

Description

The Foodpurify system consists of a tea ball and one pound of specific granular activated carbon which possesses the properties of being able to adsorb and thereby purify petrochemicals, heavy metals, chlorine and other toxic chemicals from liquids and gases.  The granular activated carbon comes in 0.8 mm pellet size

Factors that influence the performance of activated carbon in water:

  • The type of compound to be removed. Compounds with high molecular weight and low solubility are  better absorbed.
  • The concentration of the compound to be removed. The higher the concentration, the higher the carbon consumption.
  • Presence of other organic compounds which will compete for the available adsorption sites.
  • The pH of the waste stream. For example, acidic compounds are better removed at lower pH.

According to this some chemicals can be classified by their probability of being efficiently adsorbed by activated carbon in water:

Category 1

Chemicals with very high probability of being adsorbed by activated carbon:

2,4-D (Agent Orange),               Deisopropyltatrazine,                  Linuron,

Alachlor,                                     Desethylatrazine,                        Malathion,

Aldrin,                                         Demeton-O,                                MCPA,

Anthracene,                                Di-n-butylphthalate,                    Mecoprop,

Atrazine,                                     1,2-Dichlorobenzene,                 Metazachlor,

Azinphos-ethyl ,                          1,3-Dichlorobenzene,                 2-Methyl benzenamine,

Bentazone                                  1,4-Dichlorobenzene                  Methyl naphthalene,

Biphenil ,                                     2,4-Dichlorocresol,                     2-Methylbutane,

2,2-Bipyridine,                             2,5-Dichlorophenol,                   Monuron,

Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate,         3,6-Dichlorophenol,                   Napthalene,

Bromacil,                                     2,4-Dichlorophenoxy,                Nitrobenzene,

Bromodichloromethane,              Dieldrin,                                     m-Nitrophenol,

p-Bromophenol,                           Diethylphthalate,                       o-Nitrophenol,

Butylbenzene,                              2,4-Dinitrocresol,                       p-Nitrophenol,

Calcium Hypochloryte,                 2,4-Dinitrotoluene,                    Ozone,

Carbofuran,                                  2,6-Dinitrotoluene,                    Parathion,

Chlorine,                                       Diuron,                                      Pentachlorophenol,

Chlorine dioxide,                          Endosulfan,                               Propazine,

Chlorobenzene,                            Endrin,                                      Simazine,

4-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene,               Ethylbenzene,                           Terbutryn

2-Chlorophenol,                           Hezachlorobenzene,                 Tetrachloroethylene,

Chlorotoluene,                              Hezachlorobutadiene,               Triclopyr,

Chrysene,                                     Hexane,                                     1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene,

m-Cresol,                                     Isodrin,                                       m-Xylene,

Cyanazine,                                   Isooctane,                                  o-Xylene,

Cyclohexane,                               Isoproturon,                                p-Xylene,

DDT,                                             Lindane,                                     2,4-Xylenol,

 Category 2

Chemicals with high probability of being adsorbed by activated carbon:

Aniline,                                         Dibromo-3-chloropropane,          1-Pentanol,

Benzene,                                      Dibromochloromethane,              Phenol,

Benzyl alcohol,                             1,1-Dichloroethylene,                  Phenylalaneni,

Benzoic acid,                                cis-1,2- Dichloroethylene,           o-Phthalic acid,

Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether,                trans-1,2- Dichloroethylene,       Styrene,

Bromodichloromethane,               1,2-Dichloropropane,                  1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane,

Bromoform,                                   Ethylene,                                    Toluene,

Carbon tetrachloride,                    Hydroquinone,                            1,1,1-Trichloroethane,

1-Chloropropane ,                        Methyl Isobutyl Ketone,              Trichloroethylene,

Chlorotoluron,                               4-Methylbenzenamine,               Vinyl acetate,

 Category 3

Chemicals with moderate probability of being adsorbed by activated carbon*:

Acetic acid,                                  Dimethoate,                                 Methionine,

Acrylamide,                                  Ethyl acetate,                              Methyl-tert-butyl ether,

Chloroethane,                              Ethyl ether,                                  Methyl ethyl ketone,

Chloroform,                                  Freon 11,                                     Pyridine,

1,1-Dichloroethane,                     Freon 113,                                   1,1,2-Trichloroethane,

1,2-Dichloroethane,                     Freon 12,                                     Vinyl chloride,

1,3-Dichloropropene,                   Glyphosate,

Dikegulac,                                    Imazypur,

Category 4

Chemicals unlikely of being adsorbed by activated carbon. However it may be viable in certain cases such as for low flow or concentrations:

Acetone,                                      Methylene chloride,

Acetonitrile,                                 1-Propanol,

Acrylonitrile,                                 Propionitrile,

Dimethylformaldehyde,               Propylene,

1,4-Dioxane,                               Tetrahydrofuran,

Isopropyl alcohol,                        Urea,

Methyl chloride,

 

Instructions:

1. Fill the tea ball(s) and use gentle vibration to remove any fine particles.   And or once the tea ball(s) are filled place the tea ball(s)  in a container of water and move the tea ball back and forth to remove any fine particles.

2. Place the filled tea ball in a pot or pressure cooker before starting the cooking process.

3. Start the cooking process.

Additional information

Dimensions 3.25 x 3.25 x 7 in

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