Odor absorbers & air fresheners


Why activated carbon works well as an odor aborber.

  What is activated carbon and why does it work so well?
 
 I asked why the Activated Carbon works so well and was told it is a natural, environmentally safe, charcoal that is treated with steam at an extremely high temperature that results in a material that is filled with millions of microscopic holes and pores inside and on the surface that make activated carbon one of the most porous materials known. 

 

I learned that just one gram of activated carbon has the surface area of the the size of two tennis courts.  This gives it the ability to absorb enormous amounts of odors out of the air resulting in clean fresh air for such a small product in size.   

 

 

I really like the product and the activated carbon in Innofresh  www.innofresh.com and Fridge It odor absorber www.fridgeit.com products have these microscopic pores that really eliminate odors . The surface area is important since it is the best way to capture odors.   As odors pass through our ventilated activated carbon filters it also “pulls” odors from the air holding them secure in its micro pockets.   When odors pass through our filter, they are attached to the carbon pores and are trapped.  They have a  patented design and innovative ventilated air flow that allows for the optimal passage of air through the maximum surface area.  The result is a highly effective odor absorber without small granules, powders and carbon dust usually found with other carbon products.   So that is why it works so well. Amazing!  For more information contact customerservice@innofresh.com or www.innofresh.com  or call 602-866-0411

 

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