Anthracite Filtration Media
It is perfect for use in water filtration systems. It is often used with sand as one of the most efficient ways to restore water for drinking or use.
Carbon Content – 96%(based on ash/moisture free analysis)
Fracture – Angular
Density – 52 Lbs/Ft³
Hardness (Moh’s Scale) – 3.0 – 3.5
Specific Gravity – 1.6 Avg.
Solubility in Alkaline Waters – None
Solubility in Acid Waters – None
Solubility in Hydrochloric Acid – < 0.2% Visibly free of clay, shale, and extraneous dirt.
Anthracite is used in water treatment and filtration, solvent extraction, the production of redox glass, metal casting, and as a refractory material.
1 CF Bags (52 Lbs)
Classification of Anthracite Filtration Media
Carc. 1A H350
STOT SE 3 H335
STOT RE 1 H372
GHS-US labeling: GHS08
Anthracite Filtration Media is considered sustainable because it is a natural, low-cost, and environmentally friendly solution for water treatment and filtration. Anthracite is a particularly hard type of coal with a high Carbon content, making it an effective filtration media for removing impurities and contaminants from water. Unlike synthetic filtration media, anthracite is a readily available natural resource, and it can be reused and recycled in a variety of applications, contributing to a circular economy. Additionally, Anthracite Filtration Media is an energy-efficient option for water treatment, as it requires minimal energy to operate and does not produce harmful byproducts or waste.