Kalbon GFL Filter Series
Kalbon GFL

Filter Series

Municipal water, is treated with disinfectants like chlorine and chloramine, these disinfectant by products linger in drinking water causing objectionable taste and odour. Granular Activated Carbon in its fine particle size exhibit remarkable adsorption kinetics with regard to the adsorption of organic constituents and residual disinfectants.

An Activated Carb on filter has remarkable taste, colour, and chlorine reduction capabilities and it is one of the most favoured water treatment technique because of its multifunctional nature and the fact that it adds nothing detrimental to the treated water.

According to EPA (the Environmental Protection Agency in the United States) Activated Carbon is the only filter technology recommended to remove 

KALBON GFL is used in high tech Activated Carbon filters that rely on exceptional micro pore structure of the filter media (GAC), which adsorbs most of the organic contaminants in drinking water.

Granular Activated Carbon is usually regenerated after reaching its effective adsorption capacity. Of all types of filter media coconut shell carbon is renewable and therefore has a substantial role to play as a cost competent filter media in the process of filtration.

20×50 is a virgin granular activated carbon designed specifically for point-of-use water treatment applications where impurities are removed in drinking water filtering units with short contact times.

Common activated carbon mesh sizes used in Kalbon GFL series are