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Carbon, Activated

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Carbon, Activated, also known as active carbon or activated charcoal, is a amorphous form of carbon that is obtained by the destructive distillation of wood, nut shells, animal bones, or other carbonaceous material. It becomes active once it's heated to 800 to 900 degrees Celsius with steam or carbon dioxide. It is used in the purification of gas, gold, and water. It is also used in metal extraction, sewage treatment, air filters in gas masks, and respirators.


American Tartaric Products (ATP) is a supplier of acidulants, flavor enhancers, preservatives and vitamins to the wine, beer, food and pharmaceutical markets across North America. They also offer clairifires, stabilizers and filtration aids to the wine, juice, spirits and beer industries. American Tartaric Products is the largest supplier of Tartaric Acid and Tartrate derivatives in the U.S.A. and the only U.S. producer of Cream of Tartar.

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