Carbon Cap capsule filters are filled with activated carbon and include a pleated glass fiber filter. They are suitable for adsorption of organic vapors from air, and for removing color, organics, and chlorine from water.
• Activated carbon acts as an adsorption media for color, organics, and chlorine
• Pleated glass microfiber filter structure increases surface area, resulting in high efficiency
• Retains 99.97% of particles greater than 0.3 µm
GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences business offers Whatman Polycap filters for a variety of filtration applications. Browse the Polycap line for capsule filters with different filtration media and flow characteristics.
Carbon cap for organic and chlorine filtration
Large volume chlorine and organic filtration are facilitated by activated carbon, which adsorbs these molecules.
Carbon Cap is a filter filled with high-purity, high-efficiency, acid-washed, activated carbon and a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter. It is made specifically for adsorption of organic vapors, chlorine, and decolorizing liquids.