Cabot Norit Activated Carbon

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Cabot Norit Activated Carbon is the world's largest and most experienced producer of activated carbon and offers you a full range of products, services and technical support. Cabot's history of innovation, product performance, technical expertise and our customer focus ensure that you receive the right products and solutions for your specific purification needs. Cabot activated carbon products are used to remove pollutants, contaminants and other impurities from water, air, food and beverages, pharmaceutical products and other liquids and gases in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Our activated carbon solutions are also used as colorants, carriers or catalysts in industrial processes. Building on our nearly 100-year history of innovation in manufacturing and product development, we produce a diverse array of products from a wide range of raw materials including lignite, peat, bituminous coal, coconut and wood.We have created more than 150 different grades of activated carbon so that our customers get precise solutions that fit their applications and work better than an "off the shelf" product.

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