Activated carbon is a porous substance that is obtained from various carbon-containing materials of organic origin:
  • Charcoal
  • Stone coke
  • Petroleum coke
  • Coconut shells
  • Residues of fruit and other materials.
It contains a huge amount of pores and therefore has a very large specific surface area per unit mass, which is why it has a high adsorption capacity. Depending on the manufacturing technology, 1 gram of activated carbon can have a surface from 500 to 2200 m2.
IDC Carbon products activated carbon saturated with fullerene C60 (carbon C60) - ACFC60, which increases its sorption and antioxidant properties, thereby expanding its scope and conditions of use:
  • filters for personal protective equipment
  • sorbents for blood hemosorption
  • chemical industry
  • pharmaceutical industry
  • food industry
  • as well as the main component of filter elements - for filtering various types of liquids, water and alcohol-containing compounds.
As a raw material, we use basic compositions of activated carbon obtained from charcoal and fruit crop residues.

Molasses number (EUR) - 370
Fullerene content C60 - up to 5%
Total surface area (BET) - 1050 m(2) / g
Bulk density – 490 kg / m(3)
Particle size D10-7.5
Particle size D50 – 35
Particle size D90 – 110
pH – alkaline

Given the level of content of the main substance - fullerene C60 in the base volume of activated carbon up to 5%, it is possible to use ACFC60 as a concentrate.

ACFC60 activated carbon is Packed and delivered dry, in a polymer bottle weighing 500 grams.